###### Hawaii

###### April 3, 2021, 8:00:00 PM

###### Saturday

###### Level 1

## Ms. Kayla

### Target 1

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Continuation

Number Operation

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Number System

Understand that numbers have an order (limited to numbers 0 to 50).

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Understand that the number sequence does not change, even when some numbers are missing from a given sequence.

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Understand that the last number counted depicts the quantity of the objects.

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Identify when a given sequence is a correct count sequence.

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Pre-K

###### Vocabulary:

Count, Number

Activities:

1. Students were given an image with a given number of creatures. Students had to count and represent the number numerically.

2. Students also made little number booklets to quantify numbers on each page.

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### Target 2

###### Lesson Type:

###### Continuation

###### Algebra

###### Pattern

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###### Grade:

Pre-K

###### Vocabulary:

Pattern, Color

Activities:

1. Students stringed beads, blocks, and cylinders to create a pattern the teacher or student created.threadedthreaded

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### Target 3

###### Lesson Type:

###### Continuation

###### Geometry

###### Shape

###### Identify and compare basic geometric shapes, regardless of orientation or size.

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Independently identify squares, rectangles, circles, and triangles.

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Identify basic geometric shapes that best represent real-world objects.

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###### Grade:

Pre-K

###### Vocabulary:

Shape, Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Circle

Activities:

1. Students create real-world objects using the foam shapes (example: tree, house, car, sun).

2. Students also sorted the shapes by one attribute - color.

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