## Reflection: Student Feedback Ways to Make 8- A Lesson on Decomposing - Section 1: Problem of the Day

I included this Problem of the Day again because some students saw our big dice on the shelf and asked if we could use them today.  I decided to do this problem of the day again.  I posted the Notebook file again here, but we used big foam dice for this instead.  The students were really excited to do this Problem of the Day because they picked it.

Repeated Problem of the Day
Student Feedback: Repeated Problem of the Day

# Ways to Make 8- A Lesson on Decomposing

Lesson 15 of 21

## Big Idea: Students will learn what it means to represent a number in different ways and will begin to explore decomposing numbers.

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Math, addition, decomposing numbers, Critical Area
55 minutes

### Christina Yingling-Smith

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