## 3. Student Learning Map

• Topic:November Lessons 32-53
• Subject(s):Math
• Days:22
Key Learning:

Numeration, Clocks and Calendars, Ongoing Daily Routines, Geometry, Patterns and Functions, Operations, Money

Unit Essential Question(s):
Concept:

(Numeration) Lesson#32: Children's Number Cards, (Ongoing Daily Routine) Lesson#33: Attendance Routine, (Clocks and Calendars) lesson#34: Dismantling the Monthly Calendar, (Ongoing Daily Routines) Lesson#35: Recording Daily Temperature Routine

Concept:

(Geometry) Lesson#36: Using a Pattern-Block Template, Lesson#37: Symmetry with Paints, Lesson#38: Symmetry in Nature - Autumn Leaves, Lesson#39: Monster Faces, Lesson#40: Symmetry Fold-and-Cut Projects

Concept:

(Numeration) Lesson#41: Teacher Made Card Activities,

Lesson Essential Question(s):

Lesson#32: How do you recognize number cards 0-15 and put them in the correct counting order?

Lesson#33: How can we use a chart to keep track of who is present and absent each day in our class?

Lesson#34: How can we use clues to help us remove dates from our monthly calendars? Lesson#35: How can we measure, collect, and record the outside temperature?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

Lesson#36: How can we use a pattern-block template to draw shapes?

Lesson#37: How can you use folded paper and paint to show a symmetrical picture?

Lesson#38: How can you identify symmetry in leaves?

Lesson39: How can you use geometric shapes to make a face on a pieceof paper?

Lesson#40: How can you make symmetrical shapes by cutting and folding a piece of paper?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

Lesson#41: What numbers do you know that are larger than 15?

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Concept:

(Geometry) Lesson#42: Shapes by Feel, Lesson#43: Shape Designs

Concept:

(Patterns and Functions) Lesson#44: Patterns with Craft Sticks, Lesson#45: Patterns with Color

Concept:

(Numeration) Lesson#46: Numbers in the Sand, (Geometry) Lesson#47: Nible Shapes, (Numeration) Lesson#48: Spin a Number (1-10), (Numeration) Lesson#49: "Teen" partner Game (10-20), (Numeration) Lesson#50: Monster Squeeze Game, (Numeration) Lesson#51: Children Make Monster Squeeze Games

Lesson Essential Question(s):

Lesson #42: How can you find two objects in a bag that are the same without looking inside the bag?

Lesson#43: What shapes can you put together to make a design?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

Lesson#44: What kind of patterns can you make with craft sticks?

Lesson#45: How do you know which color comes next in a color pattern?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

(Numeration) Lesson#46: How can you practice writing numbers in sand?

(Geometry) Lesson#47: How can you change the shape of a cracker into another shape by nibbling it?

(Numeration) Lesson#48: How can a spinner and a game sheet help you practice reading and counting numbers?

(Numeration) Lesson#49: How can you and a partner show a teen number using your fingers?

(Numeration) Lesson#50: How can you find a mystery number on a number line using the clues greater than and less than?

(Numeration) Lesson#51: How do you make a Monster Squeeze Game?

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Vocabulary:
Vocabulary:

Vocabulary:
Concept:

(Operations) Lesson#52: Snacking Subtraction

Concept:

(Money) Lesson#53: Using the Cents Sign (Pennies)

Concept:
Lesson Essential Question(s):

Lesson#52: How can you show subtraction by 1 while eating a snack?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):

Lesson#53: How can you use a number and a cent sign to tell how much money is in a bag?

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Lesson Essential Question(s):
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## Vocabulary Report

• Lesson#33: present, absent -
• Lesson#52: subtraction -
• Lesson#47: nibble -
• Lesson#42: same(size, shape) -
• Lesson#53: cent sign -
• Lesson#36: pattern-block template -
• Lesson#37: symmetry, symmetrical -
• Lesson#34: clues, remove -
• Lesson#49: "Teen Number" -
• Lesson#43: design -
• Lesson#38: identify -
• Lesson#39: geometric shape -
• Lesson34: square, triangle, circle, rectangle, oval -
• Lesson#35: measure, collect, record, negative number, zero, below -