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Learning Objective. We will add numbers by counting on. What are we going to do?. CFU. Activate Prior Knowledge. Counting on is to continue counting from a number. Count on and write the next number. Students, you already know how to count on. Now, we will add numbers by counting on.

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We will add numbers by counting on.

What are we going to do?

CFU

Activate Prior Knowledge

• Counting on is to continue counting from a number.

• Count on and write the next number.

Students, you already know how to count on. Now, we will add numbers by counting on.

Make Connection

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

CFU

To add 6 + 3 by counting on, how many times do you have to count from 6?

A 3

B 6

To add 6 + 3 by counting on, you have to add ______ times to count from 6.

In your own words, what is counting on?

Counting on is ____________.

Animated

Animated by Alex C. on 1-21-2013

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

How did I/you add the number?

CFU

Add the numbers by counting on. (write)

Hint: Count on from the first number.

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2

3

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

How did I/you add the number?

CFU

Add the numbers by counting on. (write)

Hint: Count on from the first number.

1

2

2

3

birds

frogs

How did I/you know what to find?

How did I/you figure out what I/you know about the idea?

How did I/you identify what amounts I/you know?

How did I/you solve the problem?

How did I/you check if I/you answered all the parts of the question?

CFU

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Alice was asked to add 6 + 4 by counting on. She started at 5 and her answer was 9. Do you agree with her? Why or why not?

1.

5

No. She started at the wrong number so her answer was incorrect. The answer should be 10.

Alexi was asked to add 8 + 6 by counting on. He started at 8 and his answer was 13. Do you agree with him? Why or why not?

2.

No. He did not count on the correct number of times. His answer should be 14.

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

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Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to add numbers by counting on? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to add numbers by counting on? You may give me my reason or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why?

CFU

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

Skill Closure

Add the numbers by counting on. (write)

Hint: Count on from the first number.

1

2

3

Word Bank

numbers

counting

problem

Access Common Core

William was asked to add 8 + 3 by counting on. How many times does he have to count from 8?

William will have to count on three times.

Summary Closure

What did you learn today about adding numbers by counting on? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank.

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

Add the numbers by counting on. (write)

Hint: Count on from the first number.

1

2

3

cats

1.

Stephen was asked to add 6 + 4. He counted on starting at 6 and his answer was 9. Do you agree with his answer? Why or why not?

No. Stephen did not count on enough times. His answer should be 10.

2.

Brianna was asked to add 5 + 3. She counted on starting at 5 and her answer was 7. Do you agree with her answer? Why or why not?

No. Brianna did not count on enough times. Her answer should be 8.

3.

Shantel was asked to add 9 + 5. She counted on starting at 9 and her answer was 14. Do you agree with her answer? Why or why not?

Yes. Shantel got the correct answer. She started counting at the correct number and counted on the correct number of times.

Teacher note: Read the counting sequence.

1.

“starting atfive, count onsix, seven”

Which answer below matches the counting sequence?

A

B

C

2.

“starting at three, count on four, five, six”

Which answer below matches the counting sequence?

A

B

C

“starting at eight, count on nine, ten, eleven, twelve”

Which answer below matches the counting sequence?

3.

A

B

C

Abby was asked to add 9 + 4 by counting on. How many times does she have to count from nine to get her answer? What should her answer be?

1.

Abby has to count on four times from nine. Her answer should be 13.

Rhonda was asked to add 7 + 5 by counting on. How many times does she have to count from seven to get her answer? What should her answer be?

2.

Rhonda has to count on five times from seven. Her answer should be 12.

Angel was asked to add 8 + 6 by counting on. How many times does he have to count from eight to get his answer? What should his answer be?

3.

Angel has to count on six times from eight. His answer should be 14.

Cognitive Strategies

Teaching Strategies

Language Strategies

Content Access Strategies

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.

To add is to put together.

• Numbers can be added by counting on.