Reflection: Routines and Procedures Interactive Anchor Chart - 1 - Section 3: Closing

 

It’s our first time doing this, and while it is similar to the All About the Number page from earlier in the week, Tuesday feels like two years ago by Friday, and we’re just not really sure what we’re doing just yet.  It is okay!  We are setting the routine for the year, and this anchor chart will be the first of many.  Even if the kiddos are wiggly, even if some things that we’re hanging up to represent the number don’t yet “hit home” with some of the learners, it will “click,” and this anchor chart will not only be a helpful tool, especially for visual learners, but the talks that we have as we create the chart will help auditory learners, as well.  This chart already holds a special place in my heart because it is created by us.  We are building community, establishing a routine, and setting a fun, meaningful precedent for learning this year!

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Interactive Anchor Chart - 1

Unit 7: Introducing... the Numbers!
Lesson 11 of 18

Objective: SWBAT exemplify a given number in a variety of ways.

Big Idea: Why just HANG an anchor chart to summarize a key concept, when the students can help you MAKE that anchor chart?!

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