## Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Counting, Adding, and Recording - Section 3: Station Time

I have students work on 14-16 inches of tape at a time.  Each time they fill a tape, I have them bring it to me so I can check it for accuracy.  If students have made mistakes, I will box in a range of numbers and ask them to fill in mistakes or I will draw in a line and ask them to fill in what number goes in that spot.  I included a video, Correcting MISTAKES, that captures a conversation between a student and me working through his errors.

Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Correcting Mistakes

# Counting, Adding, and Recording

Unit 14: Counting by Groups
Lesson 7 of 8

## Objective: SWBAT identify, read, and write numbers to 100 and beyond. SWBAT use patterns on the number grid.

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## Big Idea: Students will revisit the number strip routine but use three digit numbers and also have the opportunity to practice their adding and counting skills.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, 1st Grade, number grid, rote counting to 100, writing numbers 1
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