## Reflection: Intervention and Extension Compare with Care - Section 2: Independent Work

Some of my students are still struggling with number recognition. For those students, I chose to only give them a one-sided paper with smaller numerals. For students that are strong at number recognition, I have included a backside that has more challenging, double-digit numerals.

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# Compare with Care

Unit 12: Comparing Numbers
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## Big Idea: Kindergartners compare numerals with love.

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### Cassandra Joss

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