Reflection: Rules and Consequences What is counting on? - Section 4: Independent Practice

 
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What is counting on?

Unit 1: Creating a Culture of Math
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT count on to solve an addition problem.

Big Idea: Students play a mystery game to practice a counting on strategy. This is a great lesson to reach different kinds of learners!

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