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Miss Farrell PS1 FALL 2016

Lesson Plan
Grade 2 Math Unit: Number Sense Place Value Pizzeria Duration: 1hour December 6th 2016
OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES
General Learning Outcomes:
Develop number sense.

Specific Learning Outcomes:


Represent and describe numbers to 100, concretely, pictorially and symbolically. (4)
Illustrate, concretely and pictorially, the meaning of place value for numerals to 100. (7)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Students will:
1. Represent numbers to 100.
2. Illustrate place value for numbers to 100.

ASSESSMENTS

Observations: Big Ideas :


Are students applying knowledge of ten frames,
place value, and money to a performance activity? Application of learning.
Multi-modal (kinesthetic, visual)
Are students interacting positively with math Representing numbers
concepts in a multi-modal way? Place value
Applying previous knowledge of 10-frames
Are students grasping concepts of tens and ones? Money sense $
Conceptualization
Are key students independently succeeding in the
activity or are they doing so with support or
prompting?

Written/Performance Assessments:
Performance (Summative) Students will create place-value pizzas, that will be displayed, serving as a review of
our study of number sense.

LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED

Resource #1: Alberta Program of Studies (accessed online)


Resource #2: Pinterest activity inspiration

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT


Yellow sheets of construction paper
Pencil crayons
Scissors
Pencils
Pen
PROCEDURE
Introduction (15 mins.):
Hook/Attention Grabber: Alright grade 2s! Today we are going to make pizza!!!

But waitis it recipe day? I dont think so!...

We will be making place-value pizzas to review everything we have done in math in the past little while, and to add
them to our bulletin board outside our class!
Body (40 mins.):
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Miss Farrell PS1 FALL 2016
I will have a sample pre-made.

Walk around with sample, circulating through the desks and discussing, in detail, all the different elements and components

Does anyone have any questions before we begin making pizzas?

HAND-OUT PIZZA DOUGH SHEETS

Everyone can take out their pencil crayons and pen.

Pick a number between 1-100, and begin filling out your pizza chart!
For the money section, you could also draw popsicle sticks colour them according to their value in cents.

DRAW AN EXAMPLE ON THE BOARD NICE AND BIG AS WELL TO SERVE AS A GUIDE. OR ON THE EASEL.

This activity will review all the different things that we have learned about numbers in the past couple weeks!

Closure (5 mins.):

CLEAN-UP!

How are we feeling with place-value? Are we ready to move onto something new?