Reflection: Lesson Planning Sorting by Size - Section 2: Independent Practice


This lesson incorporates the use of my Houghton Mifflin math series. This series is actually quite outdated, so I do not often use it. However, there are some pages I can incorporate that are Common Core aligned. These pages come from the student workbook. At the end of the year, many pages are unused. I have students take the books home for the summer, and encourage parents to have their child complete the other pages over break for extra math practice.

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Sorting by Size

Unit 8: Sorting, Sorting, and More and More Sorting!
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: Students will classify objects into given categories, count the numbers of objects in each category, and sort the categories by count.

Big Idea: Students will use each other to sort by size.

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