A five-frame is a rectangle with five equal spaces used to represent numbers and develop number sense.
This lesson helps develop number sense by allowing students to compare quantities, recognize patterns without counting, fill in five-frames with the correct number of objects, and analyze empty spaces to determine how many more objects can fit.
The exit slip is used to assess students' understanding of the concepts covered in the class. It includes questions that require matching, circling, and filling in blanks related to the content of the lesson.
Objective: Deepen students' understanding of number sense by using 10-frames, enabling them to recognize patterns, compare quantities, and represent numbers efficiently.
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