Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
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Warm up with a Mystery Math Mistake to tell whether Dotson's 10-frames represent a number more than his focus number. Examine a train to find shapes. Put together shapes to make familiar objects.
Warm up with a Mystery Math Mistake to tell whether Dotson's 10-frames represent a number less than his focus number. Tell Which One Doesn't Belong by examining four sets of pattern blocks. Use pattern blocks to make different shapes.
Use the 10-frame to increase your number sense. Play fun games called "Deck o' Dot Duel 10-frame" and "Same, Less, More." Engage in a Number Talk to find "how many" and to answer a secret question.
Use a 10-frame and Rekenrek (counting buddy) to tell if Dotson made a Mystery Math Mistake building “one less.” Represent objects from a story with a Rekenrek to tell which has “more.” Represent numbers using 10-frames to tell which has “more.” Math Mights was adapted from IM K-5 Math™ ©2021 by Illustrative Mathematics®, released under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 […]
Figure out if there are enough. Engage in a Number Talk to find "how many" and to answer a secret question. Play a fun "4 in a row" game with numbers and arrangements.