###### Hawaii

###### January 14, 2022, 1:30:00 AM

###### Thursday

###### 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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Kindergarden

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Count, Number

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1. Students were given bowls of objects to count. Students identified the numeral that represented the number of things in their bowls. Students also practiced representing a teen number by stringing beads on a pipe cleaner to create a number bracelet.

2. Students also matched numerals with its quantity. Students also practiced counting to 50 by doing small exercises in increments of 10 along to a song.

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## Absent Students:

Teryn

### Target 2

###### Lesson Type:

###### Continuation

###### Geometry

###### Shape

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

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Identify simple geometric shapes in a variety of colors, sizes, and orientations.

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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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Identify defining attributes of basic geometric shapes.

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Use geometric vocabulary to define a shape (number of sides and number of corners).

###### Grade:

Kindergarden

###### Vocabulary:

Side, Corner, Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Circle, Pentagon, Trapezoid

Activities:

1. Students sorted four different shapes by color. Students identified the shapes by name and discussed the number of sides and corners for each shape. Students were also shown real-world items and sorted them by the shape of the image.

2. Students used straws and connectors to construct basic geometric shapes (triangle, square, pentagon). The straws represented sides and the connectors were the corners. Students traced with their finger along the sides of their constructed shapes to count sides and corners.

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