## Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Assessing Counting: Number Tapes - Section 4: Center Time

During station time, I wanted to take the opportunity to continue to work with a child who is still developing her ability to accurately count sets of objects.  Her last assessment demonstrated that she still lacks the 1:1 skill.

I chose to use some of the tiles and pulled her aside for a 10 minute booster boost for this concept. The video is a recording of some of our work.

This is the type of flexibility and thinking you need to offer in one-to-one instruction during math class.  Doing quick but intense booster group activities are beneficial and allow for individualized or small group instruction.

Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Intervention

# Assessing Counting: Number Tapes

Unit 10: Working with Numbers, Operations, and Story Problems
Lesson 12 of 13

## Objective: SWBAT fill in missing numbers of a variety of number tapes. SWBAT write the sequence of numbers beyond 100.

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## Big Idea: Students will continue to practice their rote counting skills to 100. They will also continue to look for patterns in their number writing as they continue to create number tapes beyond 100.

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