Reflection: Intervention and Extension What Are Numbers? Practicing 8 - Section 3: Practice


When pulling students during small group, I try to pull students at a similar level together.  Today I found that some of my lowest students have made a great deal of progress and may need to be moved to another group.  While I try to keep my groups flexible, I find that I frequently keep my lowest students in my most intensive group.  Today I ended small group by doing 1 to 10 flashcards and object counting individually with each student in my lowest group.  This gave me some valuable information about where they are and how to group students tomorrow. 

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What Are Numbers? Practicing 8

Unit 3: Numbers to 10
Lesson 5 of 19

Objective: Students will be able to name and count number eight and use a ten frame.

Big Idea: A ten frame provides a model for students as they learn numbers and practice counting. As students continue to practice numbers up to eight, they will learn to count pictures that are in a ten frame and add their own pictures or objects.

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