Students participate in a game in which they practice grouping by tens. Using the internet, they work with a partner to play a game counting by tens. As a class, they are asked questions to review the concept and end the lesson.
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Base Ten Cards (tens and ones)
Strengthen your class's understanding of place value with this series of base-ten flash cards. Including illustrations representing a variety of numbers from 13 to 94, this resource can be used in many different ways to build the numbers...
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Teaching Place Value in First Grade: A Resource Guide
Here is a guide for teaching place value concepts to first graders. The guide includes collaborative learning station ideas and independent learning station ideas for pupils. The skills focused are skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s,...
1st Math CCSS: Designed
Mental Math: Subtract Tens - Homework 12.1
Now that your class can add by 10s they can start subtracting by 10s. This clear, learner-friendly worksheet provides a good example (10-rods are pictured) and 7 problems to solve. Relates groups of tens to single-digit numbers, which...
1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
One and Tens Place Value - Step-by-Step Lesson
Give your pupils a grasp of place value in a two-digit number. They see a drawing of counting cubes in a stick of ten, then examine a set of four. Mathematicians determine how many blocks there are by grouping the tens. Ideally, you will...
1st - 3rd Math
Place Value - Hundreds, Tens, and Ones - Count the Balloons
Those 100s 10s and 1s are back and ready to be counted up to create a three-digit whole number. Second graders count the number of balloons represented in groups of 100s, 10s, and 1s then compose a three-digit number. There are 3...
2nd - 3rd Math