## Lesson Overview

The students will be able to identify teen numbers and graph data using a picture. The students will be able to create shapes using snap cubes, and use pattern blocks to complete puzzles. The students will be able to add or subtract.

Duration

1-2 hours

Lesson Type

Traditional Lesson

## Essential Question

How can we represent gathered data? How can we create shapes using given attributes? How can we use pattern blocks to complete puzzles?

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Kindergarten

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- 6 Math tubs
- Twister mat with teen numbers on it
- Extra spinners
- Paper
- Pencil
- Geoboards
- Block puzzles
- Spring pictures
- Snap cubes
- Interactive math table
- Sticks with student’s numbers on them
- Directions on how to complete each math tub

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- K.PAFR Patterns, Algebra, and Functional Reasoning
- K.PAFR.1 Develop an understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction to solve problems
- K.PAFR.1.1 Add and subtract number combinations within 5
- K.PAFR.1.2 Create a sum of 10 using objects and drawings when given one of two addends 0–9, to include real-world situations
- K.PAFR.1.3 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 in different ways. Record using objects or drawings
- K.PAFR.1.4 Solve add-to/joining, take-from/separating, part-part-whole (total unknown), part-part-whole (both addends unknown) real-world situations to find sums and differences within 10

- K.PAFR.1 Develop an understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction to solve problems

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