Reflection: Organizational Systems Halloween Number Sequence - Section 3: Independent Practice


The class had a difficult time keeping their number strips organized. One way I would change this the next time around, is give each student a Ziploc bag. Students would put their number strips into the bag as they cut them. Once they were ready to glue down, they would remove one strip at a time. I think it is important for my students to cut on their own, because they need the fine motor work. This solution would still allow them to cut on their own.

  Keeping Students Organized
  Organizational Systems: Keeping Students Organized
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Halloween Number Sequence

Unit 5: Halloween Math
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: Students will be able to sequence the numerals 1 - 10.

Big Idea: Kindergartners love puzzles. In this activity, students cut apart and put together a Halloween puzzle.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, counting, number sequence
  30 minutes
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