Reflection: Complex Tasks Nine, Nine, Nine! - Section 2: Guided Practice


I believe that for a Kindergartner, this assignment is a complex task. A solid foundation in number sense is vital  in making my students successful mathematicians. Common Core requires students to model with mathematics and break apart numbers. I love this particular task for those reasons. The first few numerals (1,2) can be difficult, but by the time we make it to 9, my students are confident and successful!

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  Complex Tasks: Number Sense
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Nine, Nine, Nine!

Unit 4: All About Numbers 0-10
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to build the numeral nine in multiple ways.

Big Idea: Kindergartners are given an opportunity to express their number sense in this activity.

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