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Such thinking is not wrong, simply different and age-appropriate. When a preschooler asks, "If I eat spaghetti, will I become Italian? " she reflects, in an original and amusing way, her belief that "you are what you eat. " Rather than "correct" the child, we might ask, "What do you think? " Children usually have answers to the questions they ask and are very happy to share these with us.
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Before the Activity See the attached PDF file for detailed instructions for this activityPrint student activity sheet on page 4 from the attached PDF file for your class During the Activity Distribute the page to the class. Follow the activity procedures: 100 or Bust: Use estimation, place-value materials, and the calculator to place seven randomly generated digits on a chart in either the ones or tens column to make a sum close to 100 as possible without going over 100 After the Activity Review student resultsAs a class, discuss questions that appeared to be more challengingRe-teach concepts as necessary.
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