Practice Classifying Even & Odd Numbers While Learning About US Symbols

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A Fun Math & Social Studies Integrated Activity
Independent, Small, and Whole Group Exercises

Overview & Purpose
Help students practice classifying numbers up to 20 as even or odd while learning about symbols representing the United States in a fun and creative way.

Can be used at school or at home.

Education Standards
MACC/MAFS.2.OA.3.3 ~ Determine whether a group of objects (up to 20) has an odd or even number of members, e.g., by pairing objects or counting them by 2s; write an equation to express an even number as a sum of two equal addends.

NGSS.1.C.3.2 ~ Recognize symbols and individuals that represent American constitutional democracy

NGSS.2.C.3.2~ Recognize symbols, individuals, events, and documents that represent the United States.

Objectives~Learning Goal~Desired Effect
I can classify numbers up to 20 as even or odd.

I can recognize symbols, individuals, events, and documents that represent the United States.

Materials Needed
Paper and pencil for solving math problems
Crayons or colored pencils for coloring US symbol

Monitoring for Evidence of Student Learning
During independent work: Check student work for correctness (Math) prior to coloring the US symbol and that the color key is being followed correctly.

During small group: Check for member involvement in reviewing peer’s math work and group effort in researching a sufficient number of facts about their symbol AND how their symbol represents the United States (Social Studies).

During whole group: Check for student contribution during the presentation of how their symbol represents the United States.

~ Tell them the desired effect is for everyone in the group to be able to classify numbers up to 20 as even or odd and be able to explain how their symbol represents the US

Is their sheet colored correctly?

Does each member contribute to the explanation of how their symbol represents the United States?
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