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Michelle Novelli

Kindergarten Math

W F Killip Elementary School

Flagstaff, AZ

Urban Environment

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(14 Units, 105 Lessons)

Unit 10 - Decomposing Numbers(12 Lessons)

Unit 1 - Addition on the Number Line(6 Lessons)

Unit 2 - Addition to 5(4 Lessons)

Unit 3 - 0-5 Number Review(5 Lessons)

Unit 4 - Oh, Those Shapes!(10 Lessons)

Unit 5 - Comparing Numbers(9 Lessons)

Unit 6 - Sorting is Super!(8 Lessons)

Unit 7 - Introducing... the Numbers!(18 Lessons)

Unit 8 - 3D Shapes(5 Lessons)

Unit 9 - Addition(5 Lessons)

Unit 10 - Decomposing Numbers(12 Lessons)

Unit 11 - Subtraction(4 Lessons)

Unit 12 - Super Subtraction(3 Lessons)

Unit 13 - 0-10 Number Review(4 Lessons)

Unit 14 - Tricky Teen Numbers(12 Lessons)

The answer is...4!

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:We are starting with the answer on this relatively short lesson that requires few supplies and virtually no prep work!

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It's Great to Make 8!

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:Decomposing big numbers is a complicated process. This systematic activity focuses on the the process and makes decomposing large numbers accessible for all.

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Save Dave! Decomposing 4

Kindergarten Math

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Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:This is a problem-solving, group based activity that illustrates a real-world reason to find different number combinations for 4.

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Shake, Spill, & Slide 10s

Kindergarten Math

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Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:Sometimes, it's something simple like shaking manipulatives that makes a complex activity accessible and fun. Kiddos have so much fun practicing ways to make 10!

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Decomposing 2 & 3

Kindergarten Math

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Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:Using simple 2-color counters, we will develop a process to decompose 2 & 3.

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17 Resources

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Decomposing 4

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:We develop a procedure to systematically find ways to make four.

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20 Resources

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Engine, Engine, Number 9

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:A fun little poem helps kindergartners keep track of the cube train "cars" on this activity to decompose 9.

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Flip Over! Flip Over! Decomposing 5

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:I took the classic kids' song, "10 in the Bed" and changed the words to help when using 2-colored counters to decompose 5 (or any number, really).

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15 Resources

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Ways to Make 7 with Simple Tech

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:We have so much with our iPads that they make the challenging activity of writing a variety of equations equalling 7 just a little bit easier!

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21 Resources

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Making 6 - Restaurant Style

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:Before our big report card assessment, we need a refresher on our decomposing process. We have a fun, familiar reminder with this lesson.

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17 Resources

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Subbing for Soccer - Ways to Make 5

Kindergarten Math

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Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:We use the concept of "subbing in players for soccer" to show different combinations to make 5.

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19 Resources

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The Pencil Present: Decomposing 5

Kindergarten Math

» Unit:

Decomposing Numbers

Big Idea:Students develop an understanding that a set of five objects can be broken into more than one smaller sub-set and still make five.

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19 Resources

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