Reflection: Student Feedback Make It a Ten Combo! - Section 4: Independent Practice

 

Kids will make up their own rules! Avoid this by walking around and monitoring what the kids are doing and correct any behavior that disrupts the objective of the game.

It is important to look out for kids who dominate their partners game play or flip the chips when counting.

As seen in this video, Partner A starts to dominate Partner B's game play and it interferes with his learning and understanding of the concept. I had to stop her from taking control of her partners game. I simply asked her to come see me off to the side for a second and I explained to her that unless her partner was not understanding the game at all, then she's not to touch the chips or board while it is his play.

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Make It a Ten Combo!

Unit 10: What Makes 10?
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT identify combinations of 10 by playing a game with two-color counters and recording the combinations on a whiteboard.

Big Idea: Kinders need repeated practice with experiencing combinations that make 10. This lesson is number 3 in a series that allows students to unlock the mystery of what combinations make 10.

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