Reflection: Unit Planning Interactive Anchor Chart - 3 - Section 2: Independent Practice


I “mix up” the objects to “show” a certain number each week because I like variety, and I’m a sucker for “cute,” I have to admit.  More than that, though, I figure that if I can tie other aspects of learning into our work with numbers, we will be engaged and encouraged to keep doing challenging work and learning new things.  Familiarity is nice—especially when school, or “the big school” is so new and unfamiliar—so the anchor charts, kind of thematically referential of other studies in the classroom, provide structure and support in a unique way.

  Why do the objects keep changing?
  Unit Planning: Why do the objects keep changing?
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Interactive Anchor Chart - 3

Unit 7: Introducing... the Numbers!
Lesson 13 of 18

Objective: SWBAT exemplify a given number in a variety of ways.

Big Idea: An interactive anchor chart allows students to get involved in the process of celebrating the most important elements of the concept of a number.

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