Reflection: Rigor Flip it! Compare it! - Section 4: Independent Practice

 

After the kids become fluent in doing this activity on their own, increase the rigor by using number only cards (no "representations" of quantity) and eventually move to 0-20 rather than just 0-10. Differentiate by keeping those students who need more practice working within 10 while some move to 20. You can also increase in increments - to 12, to 15, to 19, and then w/i 20.

Never teach a concept and just leave it at status quo. Always increase the challenge and rigor by making it more complex. Remember that the steps in the activity is not what kids need to master, but rather the mathematical concepts learned within the game.

  Increase complexity as they learn
  Rigor: Increase complexity as they learn
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Flip it! Compare it!

Unit 6: Count & Compare
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: SWBAT to compare numbers to determine which numbers are greater by playing a card game.

Big Idea: Kindergarteners need repeated experience in order to make a skill autonomous. This lesson is a continuation in a series of lessons that help kids develop an understanding of comparing numbers for greater than, less than.

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