## Reflection: Rules and Consequences Add a Frog - Section 2: Add a Frog

It is important to discuss the rules of this station before getting started. The frogs are fun, but can also lead to off task behavior. I made sure to discuss that the frogs were a math tool, and not toys. Students were informed using frogs for anything other than addition, would result in me asking them to leave the station.

Ground Rules
Rules and Consequences: Ground Rules

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## Big Idea: Kindergartners love to use frogs to help them add at this fun station.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, addition, subtraction
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### Cassandra Joss

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