Reflection: Student Grouping How Do We Write Numbers? - Writing 4 & 5 - Section 2: Presentation of Lesson


When forming my groups, I used my students' number recognition assessment data.  I made some adjustments based on how students were writing numbers on their paper.  I still found that some of the students in my "higher group" were still really struggling with writing the numbers.  I ended up pulling out the tactile numbers that I was using with the lower group and having some of the students practice tracing those with their fingers and tracing more dotted numbers.  Next year I think I will start this unit with a short number writing pre-assessment to help me form more accurate groups.

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How Do We Write Numbers? - Writing 4 & 5

Unit 2: Numbers 0-5
Lesson 8 of 16

Objective: Students will be able to name, count and write numbers 4 and 5.

Big Idea: Five Little Ducks is a story that goes along with the children's song by the same name. Students will review the numbers 4 and 5 by listening to the story. They will also learn rhymes to help them write the numbers.

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