Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Chrysanthemum - Section 3: Guided Practice

 

Most kindergartners are too young to be able to visualize concepts in their mind because they lack exposure and experiences to content so it is important to make as much information as visual as possible throughout lessons. Once the kids have had enough experience with counting objects, they can begin to visualize small quantities in their minds (quantities up to 5).

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Chrysanthemum

Unit 6: Count & Compare
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT compare the number of letters in their name to the letters in Chrysanthemum's name by making a mini poster.

Big Idea: Kindergarteners need to learn how to compare quantities. This lesson makes it personal and fun for the kids to grasp. It is an introductory level lesson.

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