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Dawn Gunn

Kindergarten Math

John F. Long

Phoenix, AZ

Urban Environment

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View all Master TeachersUnit 12 - What Makes 5?(4 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)

Shake & Count 5

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

What Makes 5?

Big Idea:Kindergarten students are expected to master fluency of addition equations to five. In order to do this, they must gain conceptual understanding of what it means to have five objects and the different combinations found within five.

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What's Hiding? (3 and 4)

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

What Makes 5?

Big Idea:Kindergartners need concrete visuals and hands on experiences to grasp new concepts. This lesson allows the kids to see, feel and say the combinations that make 3 and 4 in order to build fluency while working toward combinations of 5.

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What's Hiding? (5)

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

What Makes 5?

Big Idea:Kindergartners need concrete visuals and hands on experiences to grasp new concepts. This lesson allows the kids to see, feel and say the combinations that make 5 in order to build fluency.

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Snap Apart 5

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

What Makes 5?

Big Idea:Kindergartners need a concrete understanding of what it means to decompose and compose numbers to 10. Combinations for 2, 3 and 4 are easy for them, but 5 and above is struggle every year. This activity makes it fun to learn.

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18 Resources

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