Reflection: Model and Write Numbers to 20 - Section 3: Independent Practice


I had some students have a tough time outside writing their numbers with sidewalk chalk. They had a tough time distinguishing which number goes first in a two digit number, so I plan to do the following extension activity to help them.

Pull your means of writing up on the Smart Board, whether it be handwriting lines or interconnecting frames.  If you do not have a Smart Board, you can use a dry erase board or chalk board. Have the students work with you one number at a time and write them together, they watch you and then complete theirs at their desk.  After you complete it together have them turn their paper over or move down a few lines and attempt to do it again on their own. 

  Numbers 11-20
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Model and Write Numbers to 20

Unit 2: Building Counting Skills
Lesson 5 of 13

Objective: SWBAT read and write numbers to 20..

Big Idea: First graders must build fluency in writing their numbers from 1 to 120. This ability is built through sequential small steps and repetitive practice.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Integers, counting, First Grade
  40 minutes
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