Sunnyvale
October 3, 2021, 4:00:00 PM
Sunday
Level 1

Ms. AJ

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

Continuation

Number Operation

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Computation

Decompose given quantities by using counting strategies.

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Understand that a larger quantity can be made from two smaller quantities.

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Understand that “taking away” makes a smaller quantity.

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Represent “taking away” with objects, fingers, drawings, etc.

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1st

Vocabulary:

Take Away, Less, More, Difference

Activities:

Students played "Lost My Marbles!", a subtraction game utilizing both subtraction and tracking skills. A number of marbles were shown to students, and they were given enough time to count the marbles. They were instructed to then close their eyes as the marbles are "lost" (taken away). They then uncovered their eyes, counted how many marbles are left, and figured out how many were taken away.

Students played a game in which number cards were drawn from a deck. The number on the card was the amount of beads students threaded onto a string. Another card was then drawn. If the new card number was larger than the previous, more beads were added onto the string to make the number. If the card was a smaller number, beads were taken away to create that number.

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Trini

Target 2

Lesson Type:
Continuation
Number Operation
Fractional Numbers
Identify quarters, dimes, and pennies.

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Visually distinguish between a quarter and a dime based by size differences.

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Become familiar with both the front and back sides of quarters and dimes.

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Understand that the US money system has different units of currency (coins).

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Understand that each unit of currency has a different value.

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Grade:

Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Exchange, Count Up, Cents, Dollar

Activities:

Students reviewed the four main US coins, as well as their values.

Students played "Shop" using given coins, utilizing pennies combined with one other type of coin to add up to different prices.

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