In a previous lesson, students explored number books and brainstormed important objects and features of their school community to include in a number book. In this lesson, students create, revise, and share their own number books about their school community. When students represent objects in their school with pictures and numbers, the reason abstractly and quantitatively (MP2).
If students need additional support with the concepts in this lesson, refer back to Unit 2, Section C in the curriculum materials.
- Represent and write numbers to 20.
- Hagamos un libro de números sobre nuestra escuela.
- Assemble a number book for each student by copying and stapling the pages in the blackline master.
- Students need the number book that they created in the previous activity.
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