Reflection: Ordering Numbers 1 to 10 Review - Section 2: Presentation of Lesson

 

Most of my students already knew this song and wanted to sing along rather than listen to the story.  While my original plan was to read the story and have the students sing the song afterwards, the students were very restless and wanted to sing.  I changed up my plan and just sang the song as we paged through the book.  We still stopped throughout and counted how many creatures were in the bed.  

After the book, we still watched the video, which the students enjoyed and I know provides more counting practice.  They sang along and even requested to watch and sing it again.  Flexibility is important.  Sometimes making some slight changes based on the students' moods and reactions to the lesson helps students' personal connection to their learning.

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Ordering Numbers 1 to 10 Review

Unit 3: Numbers to 10
Lesson 16 of 19

Objective: Students will be able to order numbers 1 to 10 when counting forward and backwards.

Big Idea: Roll Over! is a story based on the popular song. The song counts down from 10. In this lesson, students are learn to put the numbers in order from 10 to 1 and review putting them in order from 1 to 10.

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