Life of Fred Math Kindergarten Correlations

///Life of Fred Math Kindergarten Correlations
Life of Fred Math Kindergarten Correlations2018-07-10T12:39:07+00:00

Life of Fred

Kindergarten Content

Life of Fred Apples and Life of Fred Butterflies

Apples

  • Chapter One: Early in the Morning
  • Chapter Two: Closer to Sunrise
  • Chapter Three: What to Do Before Dawn
  • Chapter Four: Going Jogging at Dawn
  • Chapter Five: Feeling Cold
  • Chapter Six: Fred Goes to Class
  • Chapter Seven: Waiting for the Rain to Stop

Butterflies

  • Chapter 1: Kingie Dreams
  • Chapter 2: Drawing Butterflies
  • Chapter 3: A Bug up Close
  • Chapter 4: Putting Kingie to Bed
  • Chapter 8: First, Second
  • Chapter 9: Campus Mail
  • Chapter 14: Quotes within Quotes
  • Chapter 17: Nighttime Reading
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Apples

  • Chapter One: Early in the Morning
  • Chapter Two: Closer to Sunrise
  • Chapter Three: What to Do Before Dawn
  • Chapter Four: Going Jogging at Dawn
  • Chapter Eight: Swimming

Butterflies

  • Chapter 1: Kingie Dreams
  • Chapter 2: Drawing Butterflies
  • Chapter 3: A Bug up Close
  • Chapter 4: Putting Kingie to Bed
  • Chapter 8: First, Second
  • Chapter 9: Campus Mail
  • Chapter 14: Quotes within Quotes
  • Chapter 17: Nighttime Reading
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Apples

  • Chapter Thirteen:  Silly Duck

Butterflies

  • Chapter 15: Back to His Office

Apples: page 32; Butterflies: pages 15, 17, 35

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Apples

  • Chapter Eight: Swimming
  • Chapter Nine: To the Lake
  • Chapter Ten: Getting a Boat
  • Chapter Sixteen: Embarrassed

Butterflies

  • Chapter 6: The Hunter
  • Chapter 7: For Later
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Curricular Competencies

Reasoning/Analyzing

Strongly addressed throughout

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Students are asked to draw pictures to model their understanding

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Understanding/Solving

Communicating/Representing

Mathematical thinking is demonstrated in many ways, encouraging students to also communicate mathematical thinking in a variety of ways

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Connecting/Reflecting

The stories are great sources of reflection on mathematical thinking

A strength of this program is how it makes connections to other areas of life

 

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