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Fantastic Froggy Facts: Subtracting Numbers From Five
In this fun and engaging math adventure (based on the sing-along storybook Five Green and Speckled Frogs), learners will extend their knowledge of subtraction facts by subtracting quantities (0 to 5) from 5.
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Based on the sing-along book, "Five Green and Speckled Frogs", students will practice subtracting from 5. In our interactive lesson, students will engage in finger plays and body movements, sing songs, and use their manipulative pieces for hands-on practice. I will facilitate learning with mathematical questioning and together we will modify our sing-along story to create mathematical story problems by subtracting (one to five) frogs from 5. It is beneficial for the student to have...
1. Subtracting (0-5) from the number 5 2. Partitioning 5 using manipulatives 3. Solving simple math stories
No homework is assigned for this class, but parents may copy and paste the following link at home to engage in many extension activities about frogs. https://www.kidsparkz.com/frogs.html
1 file available upon enrollment1. handouts provided by teacher (Only page 1 and 2 needed for class. 3rd handout with sing-along is for optional at-home practice) 2. pencil 3. scissors
No formal assessment is given for this class, but the teacher will use informal questions and answers to evaluate student understanding.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Joanne SaulsberryJourneys In Learning With Ms. Joanne
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Join Me on the Journey: Are you looking for an experienced teacher who makes learning fun? Well, look no further. My name is Joanne Saulsberry. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Winthrop University, and I have...