Reflection: What Are Numbers? Introducing 6 & 7 - Section 3: Practice


Today was the first day of using our new drawer center setup instead of the trays on the table.  I made this adjustments based on the needs of my students and to prevent some challenging behaviors that have been occurring in my classroom.  The students did a great job getting the centers out, but when they put them away it was a mess.  I decided to leave them that way until tomorrow.  I plan to let the first few groups get their centers out and see the mess that is in each drawer.  I will then have everyone freeze so that we can discuss how to clean up correctly.  Natural consequences can be very motivating!

  Taking Responsibility For Centers
  Taking Responsibility For Centers
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What Are Numbers? Introducing 6 & 7

Unit 3: Numbers to 10
Lesson 2 of 19

Objective: Students will be able to name and count numbers six and seven.

Big Idea: Seven Blind Mice is a story about a seven mice who investigate "something" near the pond. They analyze it one at a time. Students will learn about the numbers six and seven as they count the mice in the story.

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