Reflection: Checks for Understanding Sort it Out! - Section 2: Independent Practice


Students did really well with this assignment. It is really important for me to get children talking like mathematicians, so you will notice in my video that I require the students to tell me they "sorted". The particular boy in the video started off telling me he put green with green, but with some additional prompting was able to use the math vocabulary. Using correct vocabulary prepares my students for success when they come across it on standardized testing.

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Sort it Out!

Unit 1: Sorting, Sorting, and More Sorting!
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to classify and sort objects into given categories.

Big Idea: Kindergarteners love stories. In this lesson, students help Packy the Packrat sort!

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