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  • Kyle Pearce

    September 17, 2020 at 7:10 pm

    Wow fantastic!
    Rather than limiting them to one each, keep in mind that noticing and wondering is a process to build the culture. Let them share a lot initially, then maybe they share with one another and each pair can provide one… then down to maybe one per group? Just a thought.

    As for ranges, keep thinking of the purposeful questions that can help each student move along their journey. You can’t force multiplicative thinking on a student who is counting one to one. Next step for them is encouraging skip counting … by 3’s etc. Then maybe doubling. The questions you’re prompting individual students varies depending on where they are along their journey.

    Keep sharing the progress as you move through the rest of the unit!