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Dawn Gunn

Kindergarten Math

John F. Long

Phoenix, AZ

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View all Master TeachersUnit 11 - Same As(9 Lessons)

Unit 1 - Make it Count!(6 Lessons)

Unit 2 - It All Adds Up!(11 Lessons)

Unit 3 - Sorting & Classifying(6 Lessons)

Unit 4 - Learning Numbers 11-19(11 Lessons)

Unit 5 - Make It Count!(11 Lessons)

Unit 6 - Count & Compare(6 Lessons)

Unit 7 - Take it Away! (all about subtraction)(6 Lessons)

Unit 8 - Know Those Shapes!(15 Lessons)

Unit 9 - Subtraction, Subtraction...We all love subtraction!(4 Lessons)

Unit 10 - What Makes 10? (7 Lessons)

Unit 11 - Same As(9 Lessons)

Unit 12 - What Makes 5?(4 Lessons)

Unit 13 - How Does It All Measure Up?(8 Lessons)

Unit 14 - Fact Families(3 Lessons)

Unit 15 - Add It or Subtract It?(4 Lessons)

What Makes 3, 4 & 5?

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:Once kindergartners have a basic understanding of addition, they need to understand that quantities greater than two have several combinations that make the same amount. The larger the quantity, the more combinations making that quantity.

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What Makes 6, 7, 8?

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:Kinders need concrete experiences with manipulatives to fully understand the concept behind parts and wholes. In this lesson kinders explore parts and wholes by snapping trains of counting cubes.

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Same As Game

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:Kindergarteners are very concrete thinkers. Therefore, if 2 + 3 = 5, then nothing else can equal 5, or at least that's what they initially think. " Same As" develops a new understanding that there can be several combinations to make 5.

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Same as BUGS

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:Kinders struggle with the concept that more than one equation can equal the same amount. This story and the equations in it bring it to life for the kids.

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Sum Sort to 10

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:Kindergartners are expected to be able to confidently add to sums of 10 and fluently add to sums of 5. This lesson helps them reinforce their addition skills.

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Same As Subtraction 1, 2, 3

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:While addition seems to come easily to kinders, subtraction requires much more time and practice. Breaking down into bites (starting with small differences) works best for young children

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Same As Subtraction 3, 4, 5

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:Kinders grasp addition quickly while subtraction is a little more challenging so taking in slowly is most beneficial. This series of lessons build on each other to maximize learning opportunities.

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Same As Subtraction 6, 7, 8

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:Kinders grasp addition quickly while subtraction is a little more challenging so taking in slowly is most beneficial. This series of lessons build on each other to maximize learning opportunities.

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Same As Subtraction 9 & 10

Kindergarten Math

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Big Idea:Kinders grasp addition quickly while subtraction is a little more challenging so taking in slowly is most beneficial. This series of lessons build on each other to maximize learning opportunities.

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18 Resources

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