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Extractions: Topic: Standard 6 - Number Sense and Numeration Grade: K - 3 Materials: Book Harriet Goes to the Circus Activity: Introduction: Read the book aloud with the students In the book Harriet the elephant wakes up early to go to the circus because she wants to be first in line in order to get the best seat. She is the first one there, and one - by - one her animal friends line up behind her. But, much to Harriet's dismay, the entrance to the circus tent is at the other end of the line. Everyone turns around, and Harriet is now the last in line. However, it turns out the
Extractions: Links Home ... Primary K-2 : Number Sense Categories Links Big Book Fun - Numbers 1-10 - In this activity, children will create two class big books that will reinforce their understanding of the numbers one through ten. (Added: Thu Jan 13 2000 Hits: 1044 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1) Rate It Draw How Many - In this Math/Art activity, children will follow verbal directions by drawing pictures where indicated and show an understanding of numbers by drawing the correct number of objects, then creating addition sentences. (Added: Thu Jan 13 2000 Hits: 1414 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 2)
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Extractions: About Search Forums Newsletter ... Tell-A-Friend Printable Version for your convenience! Dawn Roberts Math lesson plan Working With Number Sense Topic: introducing number sense Grade Level: 2nd or 3rd grade Objective: The students will begin to demonstrate their knowledge of numbers by translating written words into numerals and by working within groups to represent both small and large numbers. Anticipatory Set: Read the poem "The Boy Who Counted Stars" by David L. Harrison. Ask the children to pay close attention to the numbers represented in the poem. Concept development/Activity: 1) Have the children get into groups of about four. 2) Start asking questions like, "What numbers were written in the poem?" and "Who can tell me some of the numbers that were heard?" Try to compile a list on the blackboard of all the numbers represented in the poem, either by having all the children come to the board and write a number that they remember, or by having the children call them out as you write. Ask the children what they notice about the range of numbers presented in the poem. Which ones do they think would be easy or difficult to work with.
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Extractions: Subject: Mathematics Standard 3: Students use data collection and analysis, statistics, and probability in problem-solving situations and communicate the reasoning used in solving these problems. Statistics are used to understand how information is processed and translated into usable knowledge. Through the study of statistics, students learn to collect, organize, and summarize information. Students also need to know how to interpret data and make decisions based on their interpretations. Probability is part of this standard because statistical data are often used to predict the likelihood of future events and outcomes. Students learn probability - the study of chance - so that numerical data can be used to predict future events as well as record the past. A command of statistics and probability is important in adult life. Grade/Level: Grades K-4
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