Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Deal Me A Number - Section 6: Closure


I found out quickly that I should not assume that kids play board games at home with their families. It became apparent that the students may play games at home, but they are video games that are played with more than one player at the same time. The kids did not have a clue on how to take turns or be patient. I stopped the lesson within the first round and began giving them step-by-step instructions guiding them through the first two rounds. I went deliberately slow so the proper procedures were emphasized. They were able to conduct themselves properly for the rest of the game.

  Adjustments to Practice: Make No Assumptions
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Deal Me A Number

Unit 5: Make It Count!
Lesson 4 of 11

Objective: Students will be able to recognize, write, and count out a the quantity represented by a given number.

Big Idea: The student will strengthen their 1-9 counting skills by choosing a card, recognizing the number, counting out that number of objects and recording their actions on a white board.

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