Even steven odd todd read aloud

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even steven odd todd read aloud

Even Steven And Odd Todd (level 3) by Kathryn Cristaldi

Math read alouds arent my favorite, but so necessary in a primary room from time to time. Weve been on a quick focus of defining even and odd numbers. Its a pretty cut and dry topic amidst our expansive math curriculum. At the end of last week, it was evident that I had a few students still struggling to identify and define consistently. My hope is that this silly story read aloud, on top of another lesson and discussion today, will help further build some connections. Of math read alouds, this one is so silly and allows for expanded commentary and details to make students laugh and connect to the topic. It served my intended purpose, and thats all I can ask for!
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Published 27.07.2019

Odd Todd and Even Steven

Odd Todd & Even Steven

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So, lately my kids have been making some really great observations about numbers. I came across this little book in my math book stash the other day… I got to thinking that it would be pretty awesome for the kids to practice making even and odd numbers with…my personal favorite…. When he brings snacks for his friends, he MUST make sure that all of his friends have the same amount. Then we had to decide who the plate belonged to…Even Steven or Odd Todd. The first number that was thrown out was After that, I told the kids that they would get to eat their math..

SOL 1. Specific Observable Objective s The students will be able to identify and sketch even and odd numbers. Essential Vocabulary: Even number: A group of numbers that have equal partners. Odd number: A group of numbers that to not have equal partners. Assessment: I will use observation and ask questions during my lesson to assess whether my students are understanding the objectives. Student Considerations: We will have a class discussion about the difference about even and odd numbers so all students have an understanding.

COURTNEY WARD * JACOBS ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL * 2014-15

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