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SNAP Words(also know as High-Frequency words or Sight words) are words we want our kindergarteners to know in a "SNAP"!
Try just making 3 flashcards: one card with your child's name and then on the other two cards use the words me and the
Once your child can read those three words in a SNAP, add two new words!
Any time you see those words...... they are all around us....be sure to get very excited and point them out to your child. In no time at all, the words...."Hey that's one of our SNAP words!" will be ringing through your house, through stores, through books etc!!
Module 1 offers an in-depth exploration of numbers to 10, setting a foundation that prepares students to compare and operate with numbers.
Number Word List—the ability to say the names of the number words in order without skipping any numbers
1:1 Correspondence—the ability to pair one object with one number name, ensuring that each object gets one count such as touching the object and counting or moving the object and counting
Cardinality—the ability to give a number word for the numerosity of a set obtained by subitizing, counting, or matching
Written Number Symbol—the ability to match, write, or recognize the abstract numeral symbol with a group of objects
Counting the Math Way Finger Order
5 and 5 makes 10
Use your 10 bracelet to show numbers 1 -10 to your family!
Practice number writing at home!
The Problem Set portion of a math lesson gives students the opportunity to practice what was taught during the lesson. Not all students will complete the entire Problem Set during the time we have available in school. Students are welcomed to complete a Problem Set at home for continued practice. This is only an opportunity, not an expectation. They do not need to be returned to school.