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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Put Shapes Together
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.
Ways to Make Different Shapes
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.
Create Groups with Same, Fewer, and More
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.
Compare Numbers 1-10
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 […]
More or Fewer
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.