## Reflection: Lesson Planning Fruit Mysteries - Section 3: Using Clues and Solving Mysteries

I have included two pictures in this reflection's resource section.  It is important that you have tools that will allow your students to organize and represent their work clearly.  In this case, having connecting cubes and crayons allowed students to visually represent their thinking and clearly and accurately illustrate what they did.

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# Fruit Mysteries

Unit 11: The Number 10 and the Addition and Subtraction Concept
Lesson 10 of 17

## Objective: SWBAT identify relationships among different combinations of a number. SWBAT find a solution that fits the clues given in a story context.

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## Big Idea: Calling all Sleuths! Take out your magnifying glasses and get ready to solve some mathematical mysteries. Your young mathematicians will need to use the clues to try and solve each task. Good look Jr. Detectives and get to work!

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Math, 1st Grade, Finding Combinations, Rules, writing equations
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