## Reflection: Checks for Understanding One Hungry Customer - Section 4: Independent Practice and Informal Assessment

The students did a great job with this lesson, but I noticed something while they were completing the Independent Practice and Informal Assessment part of this lesson.  Many of the students needed to touch the treats on the cards to count them.  It made me wonder if they could count on from any number without an object to tap.  Informal assessment is an important aspect of every lesson.  The informal assessment helped me to know that I needed to add another lesson on counting on that did not give the students items to tap when counting.  You will find this lesson in this unit.

One Hungry Customer
Checks for Understanding: One Hungry Customer

# One Hungry Customer

Unit 4: Working with Numbers 11-20
Lesson 11 of 17

## Big Idea: Counting on from any number is an important foundational concept that is used in a variety of mathematical areas including time and money. This lesson builds that important foundation.

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### Joyce Baumann

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