ZOO ANIMALS. SOL 1.8 and 1.9. Teacher Notes. For each problem: Display the 1 st slide which contains the problem. Have the students place counters on their desks to match the number of graphics the same number of graphics they see on the screen.
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ZOO ANIMALS SOL 1.8 and 1.9
Teacher Notes • For each problem: • Display the 1st slide which contains the problem. • Have the students place counters on their desks to match the number of graphics the same number of graphics they see on the screen. • Have them add or subtract by adding or removing counters • Click to the next slide to see the problem “in action” and the matching number sentence. • You may want students to write the number sentence. • Click again to see the answer to the problem.
There were nine chickens on the fence. Three flew out. How many are on the fence now?
6 9 - 3 = ___
Five turtles were swimming in the pond. Two more turtles jumped in. How many altogether in the pond?
Rob went to the zoo. He saw 4 elephants eating peanuts. He saw 4 zebras munching on grass. How many animals were eating in all?
The zookeeper gave the seals 10 fish to eat. They only ate 7 fish. How many fish were left?