## Reflection: Routines and Procedures Caterpillar Sums - Section 3: Independent Work

I assign each of my four tables a captain every week. These students are in charge of getting materials to their classmates. I use this system because it cuts down on the amount of children I have up and about during transitions. While the four table captains are gathering materials, the rest of the class is seated. I simply rotate thru the table until each person has had a chance to be table captain.

Table Captains
Routines and Procedures: Table Captains

# Caterpillar Sums

Lesson 5 of 8

## Big Idea: Students become "sum detectives" in this lesson, pairing addition sentences with the correct sum.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, addition, subtraction
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### Cassandra Joss

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