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Ms. Werder

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How many Bikes? (Kinder- Unit , Mod 1, part 3)

Lets keep practice counting by 2s and solve a problem. 1. Tap the add to start activity. 2. Use the move button tap the ▶️ play button to listen to the directions on each slide 3. Tap the mic button to record your thinking 4. Tap the drawing to write the numbers when you are recording 5. Try each slide 6. When you are done tap the check and add to seesaw

Kindergarten, Math
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Part 3: How Many Bikes? Students continue to practice counting by 2s and extend their thinking to solve a problem. You will need your copy of: Google Slides: How Many Bikes? (asynchronous or synchronous learninghttps://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1EI0d5Vsw0SNOKHucUBlCcoDz2_U2MCSOuFqHM7rrL_I/copy If delivering asynchronously ● Distribute the slides to students v ● Students self-pace through the slideshow and practice counting aloud by 2s. ● Students apply what they’ve learned to solve a problem, determining how many bikes when given a number of wheels. ● Review students’ work to see what strategies they used to approach the final problem. If delivering synchronously ● Start a Zoom or Google Meet session. ● Open the slideshow and share your screen. Students do not yet need their copy of the slides. ● Use the first slide to discuss the pattern observed (counting by 2s, growing pattern) in Part 2. Practice with students counting by 2s. ○ See Session 5, Steps 11–13 for variations to support counting by 2s. ● Introduce students to the context of the “How Many Wheels” slide and have students count the wheels. Invite a few students to share their counting strategies. ● You might choose to work on the last slides with students as a whole group, or assign students their own copy of the slides as an independent assignment.