# Numeracy Session PowerPoint

January 18, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Performing Arts, Drama

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Early Numeracy Using Play and the Early Learning Continuum

Math Breakout Session for Kindergarten Teachers

May 8th, 2010 Christine VanderRee SD71 Numeracy Support Teacher, L.R.C. [email protected] www.sd71.bc.ca/math/ Making their play count!

Learning Intentions: Deepen your understanding the kindergarten numeracy curriculum  Explore activities that keep the ‘real world’ in number activities  Identify where kindergarten children are likely to struggle and determine ways to support them 

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Number Strand

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Part Part Whole Cards -A2

Subitizing -A4 Thinking of a number in two parts

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Lesson Ideas … Five Little Monkeys By Eileen Christelow -Follow along with unifix cubes as the story is read and re-read – like puppets on the finger, work two colours

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Lesson Ideas … Five Little Monkeys By Eileen Christelow -Tell/act out the story with a partner using finger puppets

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Lesson Ideas … Five Little Monkeys By Eileen Christelow -“Find all the monkeys”– children are ‘whispered’ the number of monkeys in the bed from zero to five and find a partner that helps them fill the bed - use clear egg cartons to build and then find the partner 5/8/2010

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Lesson Ideas … Ten Flashing Fireflies by Philemon Sturges - See detailed lesson A4 represent and describe numbers 2 to 10, concretely and pictorially - Show a given number as two parts, using fingers, counters or other objects and name the number of objects in each part - Show a given number as two parts using pictures and name the number of objects in each part 5/8/2010

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Lesson Ideas … Model the story - fingers - with jars and bugs - Felt board - Smartboard - As a centre with the book - Practice the count and trusting the count

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Lesson Ideas … Student Samples – journal entry

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Lesson Ideas … Student Samples – drawing the problem with a template

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Lesson Ideas … Counting Sticks

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With an ‘emerging child’ you will need to:

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With an ‘developing child’ you will need to:

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With child who is ‘applying’ the concepts you will need to:

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With a child who is extending the concept you will need to:

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Lesson Ideas continued … 20 Hungry Piggies A Number Book

By Trudy Harris See detailed lesson – ‘change unknown’ - Focus on concrete representation – acting it out, using blocks, felt boards or toys for the pigs - Model pictorial representations - Gradually add number equations to represent the story problem 5/8/2010

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Lesson Ideas … 20 Hungry Piggies A Number Book

By Trudy Harris

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Lesson Ideas continued… Just Enough Carrots By Stuart Murphy See detailed lesson for problem solving ideas A4 represent and describe numbers 2 to 10, concretely and pictorially and/or A5 compare quantities, 1 to 10, using one-to-one correspondence -Construct a set to show more than, fewer than or as many as a given set -Compare two given sets through direct comparison and describe the sets using words, such as more, fewer, as many or the same number

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More lessons and resources… www.sd71.bc.ca/math/ [email protected] Thanks to … Gayle DenOtter and her Hornby Island Community School K/1 class Jan Miller-Fox and her Royston Elementary K class Lisa Pederson-Skene and her Huband Elementary K classes For their work samples and feedback on these lessons

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