Reflection: Routines and Procedures Interactive Anchor Chart - 10 - Section 2: Independent Practice


These anchor charts are so cool because we create them collectively and they really do belong to “us.”  They are our tools for learning, and we have really come to use these valuable tools.

My personal favorite part to what has become my Monday morning routine, is the time I get to spend checking in with each kiddo, asking questions, seeing exactly where each student is “at” with a particular piece of their number sense development.  I love these moments! 

These are times when I get to notice the kid who couldn't hold a crayon when we first met a couple months back.  He's coloring beautifully and with great pride now!  With so much emphasis on proving learning and scoring well on big tests, I really treasure the little chats that reveal student learning.  After all, the huge accomplishments are a result of these little building blocks… and the more I know specifically about each learner, the better I can prepare learning so we all have success. 

  The little questions that make a big difference
  Routines and Procedures: The little questions that make a big difference
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Interactive Anchor Chart - 10

Unit 7: Introducing... the Numbers!
Lesson 17 of 18

Objective: SWBAT exemplify the number 10 in a variety of ways.

Big Idea: Lots of classes use anchor charts, but it's even MORE useful and FUN to make an anchor chart together so that everyone can use and enjoy.

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