Hawaii
October 2, 2021, 8:00:00 PM
Saturday
Level 1

Ms. Kayla

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

Continuation

Geometry

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Shape

Combine simple geometric shapes to create composite shapes.

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Compose larger shapes from smaller shapes (two small triangles can make a rectangle).

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Pre-K

Vocabulary:

Shape, Trapezoid, Rectangle, Square, Triangle, Rhombus, Hexagon, Turn, Flip

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1. Students used their understanding of shapes to construct images using pattern blocks. Students flipped, slid, and turned the pattern blocks to fit shapes together. Teacher guided students in selecting pattern blocks that would possibly fit into a given space. Students identified the shapes when instructed to use them.

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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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Write numbers correctly.

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

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Grade:

Pre-K

Vocabulary:

Write, Count

Activities:

1. Students practiced tracing and writing numbers 1-20. Students represented the number as they wrote it. Students worked on penmanship and correct number formation. Students also sequentially counted the numbers after writing/tracing them. Students practiced identifying numbers by name in and out of order.

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Target 3

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

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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:

Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

Graph, Sort, Information, Number, Count

Activities:

1. Students were given an image of animals that were scattered on a page. Students colored all the same type of animal one color, changing the color for a different type of animal. After coloring one type of animal, students counted and graphed the number of animals on a bar graph. Students were informed of how to better read a picture if it is more organized.

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