Reflection: Shared Expectations A Class Book of Addition - Section 5: Exit Ticket


Teaching kids that the quality of their work is important! It is imperative that if we are going to help our students be productive members of society that we must hold them to high standards. When you have an activity that you feel should be done at a particular level of quality, then accept nothing less. We aren't doing our kids any favors when we except poor quality work. Keep your standards and expectations high. They will reach to meet you!

  Quality counts!
  Shared Expectations: Quality counts!
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A Class Book of Addition

Unit 2: It All Adds Up!
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: SWBAT represent a simple addition story problem by drawing a picture.

Big Idea: Kindergarteners need to be able to visual the events taking place in a story problem in order to successfully solve it. To help them realize this skill, the students are asked to think of their own addition story problem and draw a picture to represent it.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Literacy in Math, Operations
  60 minutes
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