## Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Review Patterns to 10 and Counting Higher - Section 4: Independent Practice Part 2

You may have students in your room that are not ready to identify missing numbers on a number line. If the student is still struggling with counting or one-to-one correspondence, you may want to have objects for the student to count and identify what number is said compared to what number is missing. Also, it may help for that student to have a 120 chart in their hands to be able to point at the numbers and track to find what is missing. You can go here  for a 120 chart to print.

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# Review Patterns to 10 and Counting Higher

Unit 2: Building Counting Skills
Lesson 6 of 13

## Big Idea: I want my students to build strong skills in counting. I will review dot patterns for numbers 6-10 and identify missing numbers to build fluency in counting.

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### Jennifer Moon

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