Kindergarten Math(14 Units, 105 Lessons)
Big Idea: This is the kick-off for the exciting, incredibly important practice with numbers! Talk about laying the foundation--THIS IS IT!!! We set the framework for our hands-on, some guided, and some independent practice (mostly for logistics), to get lots of ex
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Big Idea: When working with students with limited early academic backgrounds, it's easy to say, "Two is TOO hard to learn so early in the year!" Two is tough!!! Sometimes it can look like a backwards S, other times a Z, other times something else that DOESN'T rese
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Big Idea: Early in kindergarten, learning numbers can be overwhelming, particularly for students who have had a limited early academic background. These many and varied activities provide a lot of hands-on practice for beginning learners.
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Big Idea: Number sense is so important... & so tricky in the beginning of kindergarten! Here's a hands-on, playful, but meaningful & challenging set of centers to practice 4.
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Big Idea: These activities provide lots of hands-on practice with the basics of number 5. Some activities are independent, and one activity is very teacher-directed. so students get a strong base of knowledge and fun opportunities to practice 5.
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Big Idea: Students will enjoy a variety of opportunities to practice 6, including opportunities to move objects, work with play dough, enjoy different textures, and get into the number 6!
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Big Idea: Why just HANG an anchor chart to summarize a key concept, when the students can help you MAKE that anchor chart?!
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Big Idea: An interactive anchor chart allows students to get involved in the process of celebrating the most important elements of the concept of a number.
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Big Idea: Students help you CREATE the anchor chart with the key elements of the number 5, so you can collectively make a visual reminder of the ways to show 5!
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Big Idea: Students help bring different examples of "6" to one key chart to show many representations of 6. The kindergartners help show ways to make 6!
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Big Idea: Lots of classes use anchor charts, but it's even MORE useful and FUN to make an anchor chart together so that everyone can use and enjoy.
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Big Idea: The 100th day of school is HUGE in kindergarten. We celebrate the 100th day with hands-on activities that allow students to count to 100 by ones &/or 10s.
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