Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Adding It Up - Section 3: Playing the Game

I had two students who wanted to do this, Student Doesn't Need Counters, without counters.  I knew that they could handle this and allowed them to just roll, record, and compute.

Diverse Entry Points: Adapting the Game

Unit 14: Counting by Groups
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Objective: SWBAT count and keep track of amounts up to 60. SWBAT count on from a known quantity.

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Big Idea: Roll up your sleeves and roll the dice. Your students will hone their counting on skills as they keep a cumulative count of the sum of ten rolls of the dice.

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