###### Sunnyvale

###### November 20, 2021, 12:00:00 AM

###### Friday

###### Level 4

## Ms. Caitlyn

### Target 1

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Spatial Reasoning

Use spatial reasoning to solve problems.

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Look at a visual puzzle to analyze the pieces and determine which is the correct piece to choose.

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Look at a visual-spatial puzzle to analyze the pieces and determine which is the correct piece to choose.

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Identify given relationships between figures and select figures that have an identical relationship.

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5th

###### Vocabulary:

Visual-Spatial Reasoning, Four Color Theorem

Activities:

- Students played a spatial reasoning game called Blokus, where they laid down as many colored tiles they could span across a 20 x 20 grid.
- Students could touch the colors of other students, but they could only touch the corners of their own tiles.
- Students applied the Four Color Theorem to visual puzzles, where they needed to color empty spaces such that no two spaces of the same color touched.

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## Absent Students:

Luca

### Target 2

###### Lesson Type:

###### Continuation

###### Number Operation

###### Number Meaning

###### Understand that quantities can be either positive or negative.

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Understand that quantities having a value of more than zero are positive and that quantities having a value of less than zero are negative.

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Understand the relationship between positive and negative numbers.

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Understand that integers get smaller in value as they move left in order, and larger as they move right in order.

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###### Grade:

5th

###### Vocabulary:

Positive, Negative, Integer

Activities:

- Students drew cards where they had to solve problems involving the addition/subtraction of integers.
- Students who calculated the higher value got to "steal" the other players cards, and whoever collected the most cards won.
- Students drew five cards and showed how to add and subtract them on the number line.

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