## Reflection: Student Led Inquiry Introducing a Number Line - Section 2: Whole Class Interaction

Providing guided practice is very important! The key is leading them to an answer and not just handing it over. Check out my reflection in the resource section where I explain these concepts.

Student Led Inquiry: Take your time

# Introducing a Number Line

Unit 1: Ordering Numbers
Lesson 2 of 7

## Big Idea: WOW! They are so tiny, but we need them to begin thinking abstractly. We need our little ones to understand a number line presents numerals in an increasing pattern and identify missing digits.

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Math, Comparing Numbers, Numbers and Operations, Number lines , counting, First Grade, number line
32 minutes

### Jennifer Moon

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