Sunnyvale
May 23, 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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Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

Less Than, Take Away, Difference, How Many More Than

Activities:

Used "Flip & Take Away" sheets to demonstrate subtraction within 10.

Created their own "Subtraction Stories" using drawings and numbers and solved them. They then asked fellow students to solve them.

Worked on subtraction exercises in their workbooks.

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
New
Data Probability
Interpreting Data
Collect quantitative data from a given diagram.

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Supporting targets:
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Looking at a picture where information is chaotic or spread out, count to gather data and answer questions.

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Understand that data can be read more quickly in graph form.

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Grade:

1st

Vocabulary:

Poll, Collect, Data

Activities:

Learned how to collect data from "polls", in which students either thought of questions to ask all others in the room for their opinions on (i.e. favorite color out of three given colors, yes or no questions, their favorite image in a series of drawings, etc) or collected phsyical data from each person in the room (i.e. hair color and how many people had each color).

Organized their collected data in a clear way.

Worked on data collection exercises in their workbooks, in which they are given scattered information that they must count and sort through.

Home Exploration

Collect some form of data in your home!

Collect some kind of data and find a way to organize it (like the sticker chart we did a few weeks ago). You may ask a parent to help.

example idea: How many forks are there in your house? How many spoons? Count them and write down both numbers! You can draw a fork over the numbers of forks, and a draw a spoon over the number of spoons.

example idea: If you have blocks, what are all of their colors, and how many of each color do you have?

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