## Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Addition Review - Section 3: Independent Practice

Check out my Paper Towers Reflection video where I share how it can be a great motivator to have students who still need to finish their work sit out until they have completed their work. They will get to stack their Jenga pieces after they complete their work.

Intrinsic Motivation: Motivater

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## Big Idea: I have been teaching multiple addition strategies. Now I want my students to pick what works for them to add and build towards memorizing addition facts.

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### Jennifer Moon

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