Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Eye, Knees and Feet Problems - Section 4: Lesson Wrap Up


During the work time, I noticed that a handful of students were using the idea of doubling, a pattern we've learned before, to find the total for each situation.  I wanted to end the lesson with a student presenting how they saw this and used it to solve a situation.  There is a video, Explaining How She Saw Doubles Facts, of this presentation.

  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Applying Fact Knowledge
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Eye, Knees and Feet Problems

Unit 14: Counting by Groups
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify the 2:1 relationship involved in counting students eyes, knees and feet.

Big Idea: Today students will continue to explore the relationship between the number of students and the total number of eyes.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, repeated addition, 1st Grade, grouping by 2s
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