Reflection: Checks for Understanding What Makes 6, 7, 8? - Section 6: Exit Ticket


For this lesson, I am looking to see what of the process of making combinations can they remember? Can they remember to count out the necessary number of blocks and make a tower? Can they remember to break them apart and have two parts? Can they remember to record the combinations using an addition sign? Recording the equal sign and the whole number is preferred, but not yet necessary. That will come in later lessons.

  What can they do on their own?
  Checks for Understanding: What can they do on their own?
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What Makes 6, 7, 8?

Unit 11: Same As
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT make and name combinations of 6, 7 and 8 by breaking number trains apart.

Big Idea: Kinders need concrete experiences with manipulatives to fully understand the concept behind parts and wholes. In this lesson kinders explore parts and wholes by snapping trains of counting cubes.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Critical Area, Literacy in Math, subtraction, equation
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