This unit contains day-by-day lesson plans!!
This unit can be a lot of fun- even HS students like the Price is Right game that's included. Also try playing Uno with this unit. Teach the kids the colors and they can play by identifying the color and number that appears on the card they play. I've included vocabulary hand-outs for "skip, reverse, and take two" cards.
The note sheet has the numbers 1-31 and then the vocab for 40,50,60,70,80,90, and 100. I give them 200 and 1000 as well. The rest they can fill-in using patterns that I go over (400 is quatre cents so 800 is huit cents).
The guided notes here are different. The little speaker links to a sound file with my voice (pardon that I was a little sick when I made it so my voice is very nasally lol).
Included also are practice sheets for matching and sequence practice as well as my anticipatory set slides for each day of the unit.
The Price is Right is a fun game that I "borrowed" from one of my revered colleagues. The teacher chooses a number and writes it in secret. Students have to figure out the secret number by guessing. The teacher tells the class if the secret number more or less than the number guessed (plus de/moins de). The student who guesses the secret number wins a prize. I've visited a "dollar store" for prizes like packs of pencils and pens. I sometimes give them a candy bar or little packs of markers. HS students love markers and pencils as much as MS/ES students! I never spend more than $10 on prizes and the kids beg to play the game again if all the prizes aren't won.
**The SMART file for the game is included and allows students to come to the board and place the number they guess into the more than or less than column based on the teacher's response. It only goes up to 31 so I either break the vocab into chunks and teach 1-31 and use the game and finish the vocab after or have the students write the number they guess in words on the board and then place it in the column after I've told them if it's more or less.