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# Lesson Plan

Subject: Math Grade Level: Kindergarten Time Estimate: 60 minutes Unit: Chapter 8: Lessons 5-7 numbers 50-100 Topic: Knowing the numbers between 50-100 using base ten bloc s and count method! Goal(s): "he students will learn that there are di##erent wa\$s to count big numbers and the\$ will base ten bloc s to see understand each number! Objective(s): "L% match numbers to pictures using base ten bloc s "L% demonstrate how to count drawing pictures to show numbers "L% build numbers using base ten bloc s with a partner TEKS: K!& 'umber and operations: "he student applies mathematical process standards to understand how to represent and compare whole 'umbers( the relati)e position and magnitude o# whole numbers( and relationships within the numeration s\$stem! "he student is e*pected to: +,- count #orward and bac ward to at least &0 with and without ob.ects +/- read( write( and represent whole numbers #rom 0 to at least &0 with and without ob.ects or pictures +C- count a set o# ob.ects up to at least &0 and demonstrate that the last number said tells the number o# ob.ects in the set regardless o# their arrangement or order +0- generate a set using concrete and pictorial models that represents a number that is more than( less than( and e1ual to a gi)en number up to &0 +2- generate a number that is one more than or one less than another number up to at least &03 +4- compare sets o# ob.ects up to at least &0 in each set using comparati)e language +5- use comparati)e language to describe two numbers up to &0 presented as written numerals +6- compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with ob.ects and pictures Materials !esources Tec"nolo#\$ needs: computer pro.ector e)er\$da\$ counts calendar coin mar ers clip collection pointer math in #ocus wor boo

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language! @ull the lower le)el students to small and help them with counting with their #ingers!