Reflection: Counting 0-7 - Section 6: Closure


While this lesson was much more challenging for my students than the preceding lessons, it went much smoother and surprisingly faster. The contributing factor was that they had gotten accustomed to the expectations, the format and the goal. They knew exactly what to do before I even asked them to (I did make them wait for instructions each time though). I was pleasantly surprised at how autonimous counting larger quantities had become. Once they can accurately count objects to 10 we would be free to play independent counting games to reinforce the concept. So, one to quantities 8-10.  Any student that appeared to be lacking confidence or organization while counting was noted on my observation note sheet and pulled into a small group during math intervention time.

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Counting 0-7

Unit 5: Make It Count!
Lesson 3 of 11

Objective: Students will be able to count 0-7 objects and write the numeral that represents that quantity.

Big Idea: Students learn how to count up to 7 objects independently by following oral directions and modeling given by the teacher.

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