April 30, 2019
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By Jasmine Gibson

EL Support Lesson

All the Ways to Count to 100

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This lesson can be used as a pre-lesson for the Maths MovesLesson plan.
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This lesson can be used as a pre-lesson for the Maths MovesLesson plan.
Academic

Students will be able to count to 100 by tens.

Language

Students will be able to explain how to skip count by tens using a hundreds chart and partner support.

(3 minutes)
  • Gather the class together for the start of the lesson.
  • Play the "Hundreds Chart Song" using the proejctor.
  • Say, "Today we are going to learn all about counting by tens to 100!"
(10 minutes)
  • Display the book, Monarch Migration Counting by 10s
(10 minutes)
  • Display the book, Monarch Migration Counting by 10s
  • Read the story aloud. Pause as you read to notice the pattern (tens) and encourage students to count with you by echo reading or reading chorally.
  • Using the Vocabulary Cards, introduce and define Skip counting, Tens, and ChartBy modeling how they go together when counting by tens.
  • Bring out the counting manipulatives and ask students, "How could I count 100?"
  • Model counting by ones, then pause and say, "This is taking me a long time. I wonder if it would be faster to count by tens?"
  • Count by tens, begin by grouping the items into piles of 10. Then, model using the hundreds chart to count by tens to 100.
(5 minutes)
  • Pass out the Hundreds Chart worksheet to each student along with a crayon or marker.
  • As a group, have the students each colour in their numbers in the tens column of their chart.
  • Ask students to look at their colored in tens column and turn and talk to share with a partner what they notice (e.g., all end in zero, in a line, numbers go from 1-100, etc.).
  • Practise skip counting to 100 by tens. Have students go around in a circle and say the numbers in order (starting with 10), and jumping up as they say their number.
(15 minutes)
  • Explain that now students will get to work with a partner to practise putting the numbers 10-100 in order on a skip counting number line.
  • Show students the strips of tape and sticky notes. Model how to use the hundreds chart to write the numbers 10-100 on individual sticky notes, then order them on the line.
  • Have students physically walk or jump the number line, counting aloud as they go to get from 10-100 with their partner.

Beginning

  • Allow students to count in their home language (L1).
  • Work with a small group of students to practise skip counting using movements (jumping jacks, arm motions, etc.).

Advanced

  • Have students work together to skip count without using the hundreds chart.
  • Ask students to think about other strategies to keep track of numbers while counting to 100 and share with a partner.
(5 minutes)
  • Take note of how students interact with the hundreds chart to assess their ability to accurately count to 100 by tens.
  • Ask guiding questions to assess student understanding of skip counting by tens. For example, "What number comes after 10? How do you know? Where can I look if I get confused?"
(2 minutes)
  • Gather students back together and ask pairs to share how they knew the order to place their sticky notes on their number lines.
  • As a group practise speed skip counting while jumping for each number.

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