Reflection: Lesson Planning Pumpkin Color by Number - Section 1: Introduction


When I plan stations for the week, I am looking for material that reviews a skill we have been working on in the classroom. I want children to feel successful and have fun, while engaged in learning during station time. Most stations are completed independently. I do have a station or two each week, where it is necessary for a parent volunteer to sit at. These stations might need more explicit directions. 

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Pumpkin Color by Number

Unit 5: Halloween Math
Lesson 1 of 3

Objective: Students will be able to recognize and color by code the numerals 1-4

Big Idea: Students get cozy with a big, hairy spider during this numeral recognition lesson.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Literacy in Math
  25 minutes
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