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Common Core: Math
CCLS  Math: K.CC.6
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 Counting And Cardinality
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 Compare Numbers.
 State Standard:
 Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.1
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 Welcome to “Math Studio Talk” a video series that provides games, activities and models to help students develop flexible thinking and deep understanding of math concepts from kindergarten to Grade 5...

 Topic G is a bridge that enables students to compare numerals by connecting number to length. In Lessons 25 and 26, they work with linear configurations to match and count to see that “7 is more than...

 Topic F opens with students shifting from comparison of lengths to comparison of number. As students build their confidence by directly comparing the lengths of a pencil and a crayon, they are...

 After the MidModule Assessment, the module shifts towards comparison of number, opening in Topic E with four lessons in which students consider, “Is there enough?” in a variety of contexts. Students...

 Objective: Strategize to compare two sets.

 Objective: Match and count to compare two sets of objects. State which quantity is less.

 Objective: Match and count to compare a number of objects. State which quantity is more

 Objective: Reason to identify and make a set that has 1 less.

 Objective: Reason to identify and make a set that has 1 more.

 Objective: Identify and create a set that has the same number of objects.

 Objective: Compare sets informally using more, less, and fewer.

 Objective: Relate more and less to length.

 Objective: Compare using fewer than and the same as.

 Objective: Compare using more than and the same as.

 Objective: Compare to find if there is enough.

 Objective: Make informal comparison of area.

 Objective: Determine which linking cube stick is taller than or shorter than the other.

 Objective: Answer how many questions to 5 in linear configurations (5group) with 4 in an array configuration. Compare ways to count 5 fingers.

 Grade K Module 3: Comparison of Length, Weight, Capacity, and Numbers to 10 After students observed, analyzed, and classified objects by shape into predetermined categories in Module 2, they now...