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Squares in a Row Day 2 of 6

Unit 2: Writing expressions
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT utilize the structure of the checkerboard to calculate the number of different sized squares and keep track of data in a table.

Big Idea: Students will calculate the number of squares on a checkerboard without counting and will begin to notice patterns emerging in a data table.

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