Reflection: Detectives are on the HUNT for Missing parts of 6 and 7! - Section 3: Independent Practice


Watch my video narrative reflection for how the game went.  I was impressed with how some of my students thought ahead.

You may want to build in more time for the game.  We ran out of time and did not get to do enough for number 7.  My district calendar wants me covering both 6 and 7 in one day.  If you can separate them into two days, it may be best.

  How did the game go?
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Detectives are on the HUNT for Missing parts of 6 and 7!

Unit 4: Understanding Subtraction
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: SWBAT find the missing parts of 6 and 7 through subtraction.

Big Idea: Detectives it is time to search! The children will become great investigators and solve problems by finding the missing part.

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