Reflection: Student Ownership How Do We Write Numerals? - Writing/Reviewing 6, 7, & 8 - Section 2: Presentation of Lesson


My students have been begging to have more time to work on their papers independently.  Many of the students who already know their numbers frequently try to work ahead while we are doing papers together.  Today they were excited to work on their papers independently, but as a whole, I did not feel that the students did their best work.  Many students rushed through the number writing just to get done and do their centers.  I wanted the students to redo their papers, but I only had a few extra pages.  This led to a lot of erasing.  I plan to have the students do their whole paper independently during the review day for writing numbers 9 and 10.  For this lesson, I will spend more time talking to the students about doing their best and taking the time to write the numbers correctly.  I will also make some extra copies just in case I need them!

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How Do We Write Numerals? - Writing/Reviewing 6, 7, & 8

Unit 3: Numbers to 10
Lesson 7 of 19

Objective: Students will be able to name, count and write numbers six, seven, and eight.

Big Idea: Shaving cream is a great way to practice writing! Students will practice writing the numbers six, seven, and eight.

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