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Lesson objective: Solve problems by taking apart.
This lesson provides an opportunity for students to apply their knowledge and understanding of decomposition to a real-life situation. Students are asked to create at least two combinations of tomato plants and pea plants to fill Ms. Aziz's five new pots. Students decompose five using counters, drawings, or five frames while exploring whether organizing their combinations can prove that each way produces a unique combination or set of number partners.
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Students engage in Mathematical Practice 1 (Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them) as they decide which combinations of each plant to fill the five new pots. If each type of plant is grouped together, students may find it easier to compare their combinations and determine if each number partner is a unique set.
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