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# May 8 th , 2010 Christine VanderRee SD71 Numeracy Support Teacher, L.R.C.

Early Numeracy Using Play and the Early Learning Continuum Math Breakout Session for Kindergarten Teachers. May 8 th , 2010 Christine VanderRee SD71 Numeracy Support Teacher, L.R.C. christine.vanderree@sd71.bc.ca www.sd71.bc.ca/math/. Making their play count!. Learning Intentions:.

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## May 8 th , 2010 Christine VanderRee SD71 Numeracy Support Teacher, L.R.C.

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1. Early NumeracyUsing Play and the Early Learning Continuum Math Breakout Session for Kindergarten Teachers May 8th, 2010 Christine VanderRee SD71 Numeracy Support Teacher, L.R.C. christine.vanderree@sd71.bc.ca www.sd71.bc.ca/math/ Making their play count!

2. Learning Intentions: • Deepen your understanding the kindergarten numeracy curriculum • Explore activities that keep the ‘real world’ in number activities • Identify where kindergarten children are likely to struggle and determine ways to support them Making their play count!

3. Number Strand Making their play count!

4. Part Part Whole Cards A2 Subitizing A4 Thinking of a number in two parts Making their play count!

5. Lesson Ideas … Five Little Monkeys By Eileen Christelow • Follow along with unifix cubes as the story is read and re-read – like puppets on the finger, work two colours Making their play count!

6. Lesson Ideas … Five Little Monkeys By Eileen Christelow • Tell/act out the story with a partner using finger puppets Making their play count!

7. Lesson Ideas … Five Little Monkeys By Eileen Christelow • “Find all the monkeys”– children are ‘whispered’ the number of monkeys in the bed from zero to five and find a partner that helps them fill the bed • use clear egg cartons to build and then find the partner Making their play count!

8. Lesson Ideas … Ten Flashing Fireflies by Philemon Sturges • See detailed lesson A4 represent and describe numbers 2 to 10, concretely and pictorially • Show a given number as two parts, using fingers, counters or other objects and name the number of objects in each part - Show a given number as two parts using pictures and name the number of objects in each part Making their play count!

9. Lesson Ideas … Model the story • fingers • with jars and bugs • Felt board • Smartboard • As a centre with the book • Practice the count and trusting the count Making their play count!

10. Lesson Ideas … Student Samples – journal entry Making their play count!

11. Lesson Ideas … Student Samples – drawing the problem with a template Making their play count!

12. Lesson Ideas … Counting Sticks Making their play count!

13. With an ‘emerging child’ you will need to: Model the mathematics show, instruct, explain, direct, make explicit, demonstrate, give examples Making their play count!

14. With an ‘developing child’ you will need to: Coach the mathematics structure, sequence, focus, cue, guide, organize and support Making their play count!

15. With child who is ‘applying’ the concepts you will need to: Advise the mathematics suggest, remind, prompt, monitor, ask for ellaboration Making their play count!

16. With a child who is extending the concept you will need to: Mentor the mathematics Extend, stretch, wonder aloud, explore, ‘what if’ Making their play count!

17. Lesson Ideas continued … 20 Hungry Piggies A Number Book By Trudy Harris See detailed lesson – ‘change unknown’ • Focus on concrete representation – acting it out, using blocks, felt boards or toys for the pigs • Model pictorial representations • Gradually add number equations to represent the story problem Making their play count!

18. Lesson Ideas … 20 Hungry Piggies A Number Book By Trudy Harris Making their play count!

19. Lesson Ideas continued… Just Enough Carrots By Stuart Murphy See detailed lesson for problem solving ideas A4 represent and describe numbers 2 to 10, concretely and pictorially and/or A5 compare quantities, 1 to 10, using one-to-one correspondence • Construct a set to show more than, fewer than or as many as a given set • Compare two given sets through direct comparison and describe the sets using words, such as more, fewer, as many or the same number Making their play count!

20. More lessons and resources… www.sd71.bc.ca/math/ christine.vanderree@sd71.bc.ca Thanks to … Gayle DenOtter and her Hornby Island Community School K/1 class Jan Miller-Fox and her Royston Elementary K class Lisa Pederson-Skene and her Huband Elementary K classes For their work samples and feedback on these lessons Making their play count!

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