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Math Dec. 2-6---10:30-11:05, 11:35-12:30, Lunch and Bathroom is from 11:05-11:35. Monday Math: 10:30-11:05, Lunch and Bathroom 11:05-11:35, then continue math from 11:35-12:30 Lesson 7-4: Counting on a Hundred Chart Common Core Standards: 1.NBT.1 Objective: Students will count on a hundred chart. 1. Daily Common Core Review 7-4 worksheet work through under the document camera: ordering numbers, applying basic facts, writing addition and subtraction sentences. 2. Math envision CD: video for lesson 7-4: Counting on a Hundred Chart 3. Lesson 7-4 packet: Counting on a Hundred Chart 4. Math workbook: Practice and Reteaching 7-4 workbook pages 5. Intervention activity: “Race to 100” teacher’s guide pg. 254B 6. Quick Check and Enrichment 7-4 worksheets: work together under the document camera Critical Thinking questions during the lesson: 1. How could you find a number that is one less than a number? 2. How do the numbers in a hundred chart change? 3. Pick a number on the hundred chart and count forward. Write the numbers. Tuesday Math: 10:30-11:05, Lunch and Bathroom is 11:05-11:35, then continue math from 11:35-12:30 Lesson 7-5: Using Skip Counting Common Core Standards: 1.NBT.1, 1.NBT.2.a Objective: Students will skip count to find the total number of items arranged in sets of 2s, 5s, and 10s. 1. Daily Common Core Review 7-5 worksheet work through under the document camera: addition and subtraction, using doubles to add, and making 10 to add 2. Math envision CD: video for lesson 7-5: Using Skip Counting 3. Lesson 7-5 packet: Using Skip Counting 4. Math workbook: Practice and Reteaching 7-5 workbook pages 5. Intervention activity: “Skip Count Together” teacher’s guide pg. 258B 6. Quick Check and Enrichment 7-5 worksheets: work together under the document camera Critical Thinking questions during the lesson: 1. Skip count backwards by 5s from 30 to 5. 2. How do you know that everything has been counted when you skip count. 3. Draw pictures for problems to determine what skip counting pattern is needed to use to find the total. Wednesday Math: 10:30-11:05, Lunch and Bathroom is 11:05-11:35, then continue Math from 11: 35-12:30 Lesson 7-6: Problem Solving: Look for a Pattern Common Core Standards: 1.NBT.1 Objective: Students will solve problems by finding patterns in a table of related number pairs. 1. Daily Common Core Review 7-6 worksheet: work through under the document camera to review skip counting by 2’s, using near doubles, and applying basic facts. 2. Math envision CD video for lesson 7-6: Problem Solving: Look for a Pattern 3. Lesson 7-6 packet: Problem Solving: Look for a Pattern 4. Math workbook: Practice and Reteaching 7-6 workbook pages 5. Intervention activity: “How Many Ducks and Ducklings?” teacher’s guide pg. 262B 6. Quick Check and Enrichment 7-6 worksheets: work together under the document camera Critical Thinking questions during the lesson: 1. Create a story problem about groups of 10. Others will solve the problem by skip counting by 10’s. 2. How can you use skip counting to find the number of socks that 8 children wear? 3. Create a story problem to match a given skip counting table. Thursday Math: 10:30-11:05, Lunch and Bathroom is 11:05-11:35, then continue Math from 11: 35-12:30 Skip Counting Review: 10’s, 5’s, 2’s Common Core Standards: 1.NBT.1, 1.NBT.2.a Class will create number line in room, displaying counting by 10s, 5’s, and 2s with different colors on the number line. Students will write numbers to 120 and use their number chart to help them complete worksheets Skip Count by Ten, Count by Fives, and Count by Twos. After work time, students will discuss, check/correct their work on the sheets. Friday Intervention Day Math: 10:30-11:05, Lunch and Bathroom is 11:0511:35, then continue Math from 11: 35-12:30 Review Counting and Number Patterns to 120 Common Core Standards: 1.NBT.2.a, 1.NBT.2.b, 1.NBT.1, 1.NBT.2, 1.NBT.2.c Class will use various websites (ixl.com, mathblaster.com, etc.), Promethean Planet flipcharts, and Brainpop Jr. to review numbers 11-19, and skip counting by 10s, 5s, and 2s to 120.