Reflection: Joy Let's Review Numbers 11-20 - Section 1: Opening

 

I love to do simple activities like this number match up with my students.  It gets them up and moving and interacting with other students.  This type of activity can be easily replicated and the content can be adjust for just about any skill or subject area.  Students could be matching letters and pictures with beginning sounds, sight words, word family words, vocabulary words...there really is no limit!

The best part about these activities is that they can be used at any time during the day.  Yes, this activity was used as an opening for this lesson, but it can be used again during morning meeting or for a movement break during the day.  The best part about it is that it requires minimal directions.  Once the students have done a few of these activities, they can usually jump right in.  I always leave these for substitutes to do with my class.  It's a great review and the students really enjoy participating in the activity.

  Let's Review Numbers 11-20
  Joy: Let's Review Numbers 11-20
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Let's Review Numbers 11-20

Unit 3: Exploring Numbers 11-20
Lesson 12 of 13

Objective: Students will be able to identify, count and represent numbers 11-20.

Big Idea: The students have a chance to work with numbers 11-20. They will review counting, representing and writing numbers.

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Subject(s):
Math, Number Sense and Operations, SIOP, ELL, Critical Area, counting, Number Sense
  35 minutes
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