Hawaii
August 28, 2021, 8:00:00 PM
Saturday
Level 1

Ms. Kayla

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

Review

Geometry

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Shape

Construct basic geometric shapes.

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Draw squares, rectangles, circles, and triangles.

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Pre-K

Vocabulary:

Shapes, Sides, Square, Rectangle, Circle, Triangle, Geoboard, Star, Diamond, Pentagon

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1. Students used geoboards and rubberbands to create basic shapes. Students and teachers identified the shapes created and the number of sidea for each shape. Students constructed basic shapes such as squares, rectangles, triangles, and circles. Students also explored constructing other shapes like stars, diamonds (six-sided shape), and pentagon.

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
Continuation
Number Operation
Number Meaning
Write and recognize the numbers zero to 20.

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Recognize a number without having to see its position in the count sequence.

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Write numbers correctly.

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Grade:

Pre-K

Vocabulary:

Memory, Number, Match, Same, Different

Activities:

1. Students played the Memory game with playing cards. Students were given a specific range of numbers (2-5; 6-10) facing down. Students flipped over a card and had to find the matching number. Students were also asked the number when it was flipped over.

2. Students also practiced writing numbers in order.

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Target 3

Lesson Type:
New
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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Grade:

Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

Coins, Quarter, Nickel, Penny, Sort, Building, Eagle, Dome

Activities:

1. Students sorted three types of coins (quarters, nickels, and pennies). Students looked at both the front and back of each coin in order to identify the coins. A mixture of the coins were to be sorted and placed in separate bowls. The coins were identified by the image on the back. Quarters were identified with an eagle. Nickel with a building with a dome on the top, and the penny with a flat topped building.

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