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In this lesson, students will develop their fluency with addition and subtraction through a "real-world" application of collecting data about insects in the garden.

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In this lesson, students will develop their fluency with addition and subtraction through a real world application of collection data.

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Students will use objects found in the outdoor classroom to create rectangular arrays and write equations to express the total. Standard(s): 2.NC.OA.4Use addition to find the total number of objects arranged in rectangular arrays with up to 5 rows and up to 5 columns; write an equation to express

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Square foot gardening is one way that ensures a vegetable garden bed can thrive. It is used to ensure not too many plants of a specific variety are planted in a single area. Using the square foot model keeps plants properly spaced, providing a perfect real-world context to teach area, apply multiplication strategies and have students work collaboratively. Most garden beds are 8 x 4 resulting in 32 square feet to work with. It is possible however to have beds of different sizes. While 32 square feet to work with is what is used in this lesson, the methods and chart can be used for any rectangular planting area.

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The students will use their knowledge of repeated addition to determine the total number of objects in equal groups.

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In this lesson, students use the real-world application of insect monitoring to practice their fluency with addition and subtraction.

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The students will use their knowledge of decimals and place value to compare decimals using greater than less than and equal to symbols.

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Students will understand that we use numbers to represent a quantity and to compare them.

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Students will practice counting up to 20 in a very fun and exciting way. The lesson includes a hands-on component where students will be asked to collect leaves and use them as manipulatives. This lesson is great for kindergarten through first grade.

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Students estimate the numbers of objects in situations in which counting is not feasible or necessary.

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In this lesson, students will develop fluency for splitting numbers into tens and ones by applying the concept to the concrete example of leaves on plants.

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Students in this lesson will learn about, connect and apply the use of area to a real-world problem—creating a planting guide for the garden. Students will determine the square footage of the garden and use this information, along with a planting chart to create their own plan.

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How can we use area and multiplication to measure the amount of space an area has?Students will explore the concepts of multiplication and area by measuring rectangular planting beds in the garden.

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