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In this lesson, students will use perceptual subitizing* as an efficient method for determining "how many". Through experiences, students will subitize sets within five.

*Perceptual subitizing: instantly recognizing "how many" in a set
*Conceptual subitizing: efficiently finding "how many" by recognizing and combining subgroups within a set.
Subject:
Mathematics
Level:
Lower Primary
Grades:
Kindergarten
Material Type:
Lesson, Lesson Plan
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Date Added:
11/06/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Format:
Downloadable docs, Text/HTML

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TAKEIMA RICKS on Nov 25, 06:40pm

I am a kindergarten teacher and I really appreciated the distinction between perceptual and conceptual subitizing.
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Teresa Castellaw on Nov 25, 12:51pm

This is a lesson plan with lots of detail and easy to follow directions.
*Full alignment to depth and breadth of standard(s) tagged.
*Has clear learning objectives that are achievable through the completion of this resource.
*Has clear assessment strategies that will accurately measure (student progress or mastery) of the specified standards, but needs additional (formative or summative) strategies.
*The resource includes a motivational element(s) likely to increase student interest in the topic after using the resource while sustaining student engagement in the specified task.

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