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Melissa Minnich November 13 2000 ELED 361 Reflection on Morning of Math A The first group of students consisted of k-2nd graders There were a lot of children who came to our activity Since our activity was involving shopping most of the kids grabbed everything to buy The majority of them just wanted to play with the cash register For the younger students I used lesser amounts of money due to their age and what they know Mostly everything was priced fewer than five cents This made it easier for them But things really didnt go as planned with the younger children As they went through and pretended to buy the items out on the table they picked up everything in sight which left nothing for the other children to buy And the child who was the cashier just wanted to play around with it instead of calculating the customers groceries Another problem I ran into dealt with counting the money I had to help them count the money because they didnt know how to count the money that well This activity is more geared towards the older children The younger kids had a lot of trouble with the counting the money and understanding the addition and subtracting of the total cost Next time I will make a limit on how much they can buy and I will make everything under 5 cents so that they will be able to calculate the money easier B The second group of students consisted of third and fourth graders The activity went really well with the older students There was an exception of a few students whom had some trouble counting up the money but I helped them count and give change back With the older students I re-priced everything to at least a quarter The highest price of an item was 75 cents
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