Reflection: Lesson Planning Chopstick Counting - Section 2: Chopstick Counting


This station might seem like just a fun game. However, my students are engaged in counting and working on their fine motor skills during this game. Children should have strength in their hands and fingers to properly manipulate a pencil on paper. I knew with Christmas around the corner, my stations would need to really hold student attention. 

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Chopstick Counting

Unit 16: Holiday Math Centers
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: Students will use fine motor skills to count using one to one correspondence.

Big Idea: It's a race! Kindergartners use chopsticks in a counting game.

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