Reflection: Diverse Entry Points What's Your Letter? - Section 3: Extend Understanding


  My kids generally cannot count past 5 when they come to me in September.  This is a great way to build the skill of counting and model one to one correspondence when counting.  I also use this to informally assess who can count.

  Diverse Entry Points: Counting
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What's Your Letter?

Unit 1: School
Lesson 5 of 21

Objective: SWBAT build name recognition, review author/illustrator and participate in text dependent questions for Chrysanthemum.

Big Idea: What's your name? Each of us has a name and our names make us special.

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