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By: Ms. Discepola
Flamingos:
What We Learned
   We learned:
To count objects and animals
To create number sentences
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Solve the Problem:
 Imagine we are going to take a class trip
to the zoo! The zoo keepers need our
help!
 The zoo keepers are not sure how many
animals are living in the zoo.
 How many animals do you see
living together in each group?
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Correct

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Question #2
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Correct

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Question #3
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Correct

Great Job!   Go to
Question #4
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Correct

Great Job!   You’ve Solved
the Problem!
Incorrect

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Great Work!

 Our trip to the zoo was a success! The zoo
keepers would like to thank you for all of
 You helped figure out how many animals
are living in the zoo.
 Now, we are going to use what we have
learned during this lesson to complete a
worksheet.
Lesson Objectives:
 Students will be able to solve one-digit
 Students will be able to identify a number
sentence.
 Students will be able to identify the
addition sign and equal sign to solve the
problem.
Standards and Citations
   Pennsylvania State Standards
 2.2     Computation and Estimation
   A. Determine the sum of 2 or 3 addends to 20 using manipulatives,
drawing pictures, and writing sentences.
   B. Determine the sum of 2 or 3 addends to 20 using manipulatives,
drawing pictures, and writing number sentences.

   Citations
   Discovering Math: Arithmetic (Grades K-2). Discovery Channel
School (2005). Retrieved November 8, 2007, from united
streaming: http://www.unitedstreaming.com/

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