Reflection: Intervention and Extension What Goes Here? - Section 4: Wrap Up


I usually wrap up this lesson with a few round of What's Missing using the 1-100 grid.  However, I know that all but two of my students are ready to move beyond the number 100.  This is why I added the second grid.

This is a great extension for students who are ready - you know your students and whether or not adding this component would be appropriate for them.

  Adding the 101-199 Grid
  Intervention and Extension: Adding the 101-199 Grid
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What Goes Here?

Unit 10: Working with Numbers, Operations, and Story Problems
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT identify missing numbers on a 100 grid using patterns and sequencing of numbers.

Big Idea: Why is 7 the most vicious number? Because 7 ate 9! Sequencing numbers is one strategy that students will use to identify missing numbers from 1-100 and explain how they knew what was missing.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Operations , 1st Grade, number grid, rote counting to 100
  70 minutes
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