Numbers 13-14: Reteaching
Primary learners place a counting cube on each pictured item, then move the cubes to a ten-frame. They name the filled ten-frame as 10 and count on the extras. Then they write the number. There are 3 problems to solve.
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Learning 17 and 18 - Write the Numbers
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