Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation 5 Little Pumpkins Introduction to Addition - Section 1: Attention Grabber/Introduction

  5 Little Pumpkins Introduction to Addition
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5 Little Pumpkins Introduction to Addition

Unit 2: Addition to 5
Lesson 1 of 4

Objective: SWBAT move groups of pumpkins to show and solve addition problems. (Options for other seasonal "5 Little" finger plays are included in the lesson.)

Big Idea: The classic finger play, "5 Little Pumpkins" is the springboard for this seasonal, fun introduction to addition. (Other "5 Little" finger plays can be used as well!)

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