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Flowers for You: Skip Count by 5s to 20

Kindergarten Math

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Fun with Numbers 0-20 and Beyond

Big Idea:Skip counting is a basic skill used in many math areas, including time and money. Students are introduced to the concept of skip counting in this lesson through a visit to the Flower Shop.

Tally Twigs: More Work with Tally Marks

Kindergarten Math

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Fun with Numbers 0-20 and Beyond

Big Idea:Students have had practice reading tally marks. Now it's time to have fun using them to represent numbers.

Pick Up Sticks: Working with Tally Marks

Kindergarten Math

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Fun with Numbers 0-20 and Beyond

Big Idea:Tally marks are a great way for students to practice skip counting and counting on from a given number. They will have fun "picking up sticks" with this interactive lesson!

Fun with Numbers 0-20 and Beyond Assessment

Kindergarten Math

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Fun with Numbers 0-20 and Beyond

Big Idea:The students have had the opportunity to work with numbers in many different ways. It is now time to assess the learning that has taken place!

Calendar Routine

Kindergarten Math

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First Week of Kindergarten

Big Idea:This lesson highlights my calendar routine. Calendar time incorporates many math concepts, and is completed daily outside of my math block.

Working with Numbers 11-20 Assessment

Kindergarten Math

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Working with Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:The students have worked hard to build their knowledge of numbers 11-20. Now it's time to see what they have learned.

Introduce 100 Board

Kindergarten Math

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Numbers to 100

Big Idea:Numbers don't stop at 20! We spend the last week or so of school looking at the numbers beyond 20. Today we do it through exploring a 100 Chart.

Match Me!

Kindergarten Math

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Make it Count!

Big Idea:Kids love to count and build puzzles. This activity encourages them to do both! The kids count objects on puzzle pieces and match the groups of objects to the correct number.

Math Centers - Reviewing Numbers to 10

Kindergarten Math

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Numbers to 10

Big Idea:In order to pull small groups during math instruction, the rest of the students need engaging activities that they can complete independently. These centers allow students to practice identifying, writing, counting and ordering numbers to 10.

Pat the Pest Man - Count from Any Number

Kindergarten Math

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Working With Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:Counting on from a given number is a foundational skill that will assist students in learning addition. This lesson gives them exposure to this concept without naming it "adding".

Math Journals

Kindergarten Math

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First Week of Kindergarten

Big Idea:Kindergartners love working together to solve problems. Using the math journal creates a feeling of accomplishment for eveyone involved

Working with Numbers - Unit Review

Kindergarten Math

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Working With Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:Many foundational number concepts are covered in this unit. This lesson gives students a chance to review those concepts before assessment.

Counting Strategies - All (review circle, array, scatter)

Kindergarten Math

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Make It Count!

Big Idea:Kindergarteners often struggle with keeping track of objects while they count. This lesson shows kids different strategies to keep track of objects while they count.

What Comes Next? Ordering Numbers

Kindergarten Math

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Working With Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:Counting on from a number is an important concept for students. It is used in adding, time and money. Learning what number comes next is an important step in learning this concept.

Working with Numbers - Unit Assessment

Kindergarten Math

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Working With Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:The students have been exposed to a variety of foundational concepts in this unit. It is now time to assess student understanding.

K.CC.A.1

Count to 100 by ones and by tens.

K.CC.A.2

Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).

K.CC.A.3

Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).