## Reflection: Intervention and Extension Problem Solving: Using Objects - Section 3: Independent Practice

One to one correspondence is a concept that can be directly taught, but some students need more time and practice opportunities than others to acquire this understanding developmentally.  The resource section shows a video of my little guy counting his fingers and getting eleven. Watch how I assist him with finding ten. Then look at his completed work.  He will simply need more time and practice to get there, and I know that someday soon this key piece of number sense will just click!

Intervention and Extension: One to one number correspondence

# Problem Solving: Using Objects

Unit 13: Understanding Addition
Lesson 9 of 10

## Big Idea: Some problems can be solved by using objects. Students can use these objects to act out problems.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, addition, joining, First Grade
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### Jennifer Moon

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