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Learning To Be A Friendly Partner

Unit 1: Counting Quantities
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT be part of a team and successfully play a game with a partner, practicing the norms that have been established. SWBAT successfully explore three of the math tools that they will be using throughout the year.

Big Idea: Students will learn how to work in cooperative teams as they play a simple math game. They will be introduced to appropriate expectations and then have a chance to model them. The students will have an opportunity to explore three new math tools, too.

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