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 Objective: Use the 5‐groups to represent the 5 + n pattern to 8.

 Objective: Represent decompositions for 6–8 using horizontal and vertical number bonds.

 Objective: Model decompositions of 6–8 using linking cube sticks to see patterns.

 Objective: Model decompositions of 8 using a story situation, arrays, and number bonds.

 Objective: Model decompositions of 7 using a story situation, sets, and number bonds.

 Objective: Model decompositions of 6 using a story situation, objects, and number bonds.

 Objective: Represent number bonds with composition and decomposition story situations.

 Objective: Represent composition and decomposition of numbers to 5 using pictorial and numeric number bonds.

 Objective: Represent decomposition story situations with drawings using numeric number bonds.

 Objective: Represent composition story situations with drawings using numeric number bonds.

 Objective: Model composition and decomposition of numbers to 5 using fingers and linking cube sticks.

 Objective: Model composition and decomposition of numbers to 5 using actions, objects, and drawings.

 Objective: Culminating task—describe measurable attributes of single objects.

 Objective: Use benchmarks to create and compare rectangles of different lengths to make a city.

 Objective: Use balls of clay of equal weights to make sculptures.

 Objective: Observe cups of colored water of equal volume poured into a variety of container shapes.

 Objective: Visualize quantities to compare two numerals.

 Objective: Strategize to compare two sets.

 Objective: Match and count to compare two sets of objects. State which quantity is less.

 Objective: Match and count to compare a number of objects. State which quantity is more

 Objective: Reason to identify and make a set that has 1 less.

 Objective: Reason to identify and make a set that has 1 more.

 Objective: Identify and create a set that has the same number of objects.

 Objective: Compare sets informally using more, less, and fewer.