Reflection: Joy Reindeer Count - Section 3: Independent Practice


It is not always appropriate to play music while students are working, such as testing or stations; when the noise level is typically louder. I do often play music during times I feel are appropriate. In this case, I am using music to make my students feel happy and positive while at school. Who doesn't enjoy Christmas music at the holidays?! This music actually sets the mood for my classroom, which is a happy one!

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Reindeer Count

Unit 16: Holiday Math Centers
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to recognize and count the numerals 6-10.

Big Idea: Students get into the holiday spirit with a story, music, and some counting.

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