Reflection: How Do We Write Numerals? Writing 9 & 10 - Section 1: Problem of the Day


Some of the Problem of the Day questions that I use are simple review kinds of tasks, but I am trying to build up to more complex tasks.  Today's problem ended up being a bit more challenging of the students than I expected.  The students needed the question broken down and it actually ended up taking us about 15 minutes before it was complete and I was still unsure if all of the students were comfortable with what we did.  I think the combination of the mixed up/overlapping cards, finding one less and drawing a picture of 9 objects was overwhelming to some students.  The students needed more practice with each of those kinds of tasks before combining them into one question.  While posing students with a challenge engages some students, it is important to build up to more complex tasks so that the students do not get overwhelmed and frustrated to the point of not wanting to attempt the tasks.

  Building Up To More Complex Problems
  Building Up To More Complex Problems
Loading resource...

How Do We Write Numerals? Writing 9 & 10

Unit 3: Numbers to 10
Lesson 11 of 19

Objective: Students will be able to name, count and write numbers nine and ten.

Big Idea: Students review nine and ten by listening to the story Feast for 10, a counting book that uses includes numerals on each page.

  Print Lesson
feast for 10 cover
Similar Lessons
Kindergarten Math » Count & Compare
Big Idea: Kindergarteners need to learn how to compare quantities. This lesson makes it personal and fun for the kids to grasp. It is an introductory level lesson.
Phoenix, AZ
Environment: Urban
Dawn Gunn
Got Bones?
Kindergarten Science » Me, Myself and I
Big Idea: Students get familiar with the human skeleton by labeling major bones.
Lexington Park, MD
Environment: Suburban
Joanne  Clapp
Heading Back
1st Grade Math » Counting & Comparing
Big Idea: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Now Stop and Turn It Around! That is the idea today as the students are introduced to the idea of counting back to 1.
Waitsfield, VT
Environment: Suburban
Thomas Young
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload