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- Kitten's First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes
- writing pencils
- highlighting markers
Students will "identify different patterns on the hundreds chart." --Massachusetts Mathematics Curriculum Frameworks
Give students their own copy of the moon paper. After they have written their name on the back, they should fill in the moons with numbers, beginning with the number 1. (The goal here is create a moon-themed hundreds chart.) Be sure to make one as a classroom example.Once everyone has filled in their chart, meet as a group to discuss what patterns can be found. Students should use the highlighters to note the patterns.
After making copies of the moon page, cut it into strips and have students color them in to create patterns.