- there's a number 3, but the number of dots isn't the same (it isn't 3)
- five over here (pointing to dots) and zero on the down part (the bottom half of the 10 frame)
- J0: I see some letters...
- I even noticed that. I noticed there's this plus (points to dash - )
- J0: I noticed this square
- I noticed it was a line (bottom row of the 10 frame)
- I noticed these triangles (the white space in 10 frame sections that have dots)
- I noticed these are 5 and an extra one (on second page of day 3)
- I noticed that there are four left (empty cells on second page)
- J0: you saw 5+1, I see 2 + 4
- Those two are together. The other ones are lonely.
- Why didn't they make 10 dots?
- Why did they only cover the middle of the square (points to a dot in the upper left square of teh 10 frame)?
- I wonder, how do numbers talk? (after I read the title of the slide to her)
- I wonder, why do they only put 1 on the bottom row?
- I wonder, can we arrange them so none are lonely
- Five on the top and five on the bottom
- five and four, nine
- This doesn't have a box to go in (a 10 frame)
- It has a dot in the middle
- we can count them 2, 2, 2 (pairing them up)
- if we take 2 away, there will be four
- the sides are the same (it has a line of symmetry in the middle)
- it looks like an animals footprint
- the top four make a diamond
- If we turn our body to the side, the top four make a rectangle
- taking out the two in the middle, we have a square
- it has 8 dots.
- the number of dots doesn't match the day number
- is it a real footprint?
- I wonder, if we take the bottom five, it would be 3?