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## Base Ten Blocks - Work Mats and Printables

Base ten blocks are an excellent tool for teaching students the concept of addition or subtraction because they allow children to touch and manipulate something real while learning important skills in mathematics. Base ten blocks consist of cubes, flats, rods, and blocks. Cubes represent a 1000 uni
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K - 5th
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## Sight Word Stations with Base 10 Blocks {220 Words!}

Sight Word Stations with Base 10 Blocks {220 Words!} {Base 10 Block Activities}Your students will practice their sight words by making the letters with Base Ten Blocks! All of these words are to scale, so your base Ten blocks will fit into the shape outlines on the page. The letters are a combinati
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K - 3rd

## Place Value Video - Base Ten Blocks TENS AND ONES Distance Learning

This is a fantastic way for your kindergarten or first grade students to see how 10 units make a rod. After they have seen the units creatively build the rod, they will have the opportunity to read 10 numbers using tens and ones. A recording sheet has been provided. The bright, colorful video will
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K - 2nd
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## Decimal Place Value: An Introduction using Base 10 Blocks (Tenths & Hundredths)

A comprehensive introduction to decimals and decimal place value. These activities use the Base 10 Block 100 Square as the One, the 10 Rod as .1, and the 1 cube as .01. The “Thousand Cube,” therefore, is now 10. Numbers range from 2-digit decimal numbers (e.g., 54.75) to hundredths (e.g., .0
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4th - 5th

## Decimals to Thousandths: Reading, Writing, and Ordering using Base 10 Blocks

Similar to another set of activities for Tenths and Hundredths, this is a comprehensive introduction to decimals and decimal place value to Thousandths. I’ve added more explicit practice in locating decimals on a number line and ordering decimals These activities use the Base 10 Block 1000 Cube as
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5th - 6th

## Place Value Board Game {Standard Form, Expanded Form, Base Ten Blocks}

This place value board game is perfect for small group work, centers, or independent practice (by using the task cards separate from the board game). Students practice standard form, expanded form, and visually represting numbers with base ten blocks using task cards with numbers up to 999. Includ
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2nd - 3rd
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## Place Value (Bundling Tens) Count and Color

This numbers, operations in base ten, and math resource was designed to give 2nd and 3rd grade students practice with the place value concept of “bundling” tens into groups or sets of hundreds. Students will build upon the understanding that each group of 10 tens is equivalent to 100 hundred. How It
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2nd - 3rd
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## Place Value Math Station - Tens and Ones

Perfect station for students to practice breaking down numbers into tens and ones place! Each page in this PLACE VALUE math station has 3 numbers. Students must show each number as: -a whole number -as ten rods and unit cubes -an expanded notation -number of 10s and 1s -16 pages (3 numbers each,
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K - 2nd
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## Comparing Using Models! - Place Value - Interactive Google Slides Activity!

In this file, you'll receive a Google Slides file with 10 problems to solve! Students will count the tens rods and cubes and type the answer in the text boxes! Then they'll move the oval to show that one model is greater than, less than or equal to the other! Each activity comes with directions an
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K - 1st
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## Tens & Ones Bundled Unit {for first grade}

This 34 page bundled unit includes 3 tens and ones activities for first grade, although they could also be used for kindergarten and second grade, based on math standards. Activity 1: cupcake theme Students match a cupcake with a given number to a mixing bowl with the number of tens and number of o
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1st - 2nd
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## Count and Reveal: Numbers 10-20 Six Ways

Count and Reveal: Six ways to make numbers 10-20 Help your students practice counting with cubes, dominoes, tally marks, twenty frames, dice and rekenreks. Your students will count how many are represented on each card. Then they will unfold the card to reveal the number to check to see if they’v
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K
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## Composing Numbers using Base Ten Blocks (2 Different Ways)

This product is for Kindergarten, 1st Grade or 2nd Grade Students who already understand base ten blocks and how to represent numbers using them. Students will use base ten blocks to show how to represent a number 2 different ways. You get: • 4 Base Ten Posters (Unit, Rod, Flat and Cube) • 36 Task
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K - 2nd
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## Base Ten Video Bundle Distance Learning

This is a fantastic way to teach your students about place value using base ten blocks. Your students will see a rod being formed from 10 units. A flat being formed from 10 rods. And, they will see a cube being formed from 10 flats. They will then have the opportunity to record numbers. This is a se
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K - 3rd
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## Second Grade Literacy Centers with Base Ten Blocks {46 words!}

Second Grade Literacy Centers with Base Ten Blocks Your students will practice their sight words by making the letters with Base Ten Blocks! All of these words are to scale, so your base Ten blocks will fit into the shape outlines on the page. The letters are a combination of 10's rods and 1
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1st - 3rd

## Base Ten: Counting #21-30

Introducing base ten blocks in your special education classroom? "Counting in Base Ten: #21-30" is a perfect discrete teaching tool! This adapted book can be used with non-readers or in a specialized classroom. Each page includes an image of ten rods and a designated number of cubes. Students will c
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## Place value, tens and ones mats 1-30, center

I use these mats during a center for creating numbers with base-ten blocks. I ran the copies on card stock, cut them, then laminated them. I put them out in a center with the base-ten blocks and the students create the numbers by placing the one cubes and ten rods in the corresponding rectangles.
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K - 1st
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## I Have Who Has Place Value (Bundling Tens Plus Ones) Card Set 3

This low-prep, entertaining, and challenging “I Have, Who Has?” game was created to help give 2nd and 3rd grade students extra addition practice with the mathematical concept of “bundling tens” (grouping 10 tens into one hundred) plus zero ones. For this particular card set, students are tasked to b
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2nd - 3rd
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## I Have Who Has Place Value (Bundling Tens Plus Ones) Card Set 2

This numbers, operations in base ten, and place value resource was created to help give 2nd and 3rd grade students extra addition practice with the mathematical concept of “bundling” tens (grouping 10 tens into one hundred), counting up to 1,000, and adding bundles of tens PLUS ONES. Students are
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2nd - 3rd
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## Base Ten: Counting #41-50

Introducing base ten blocks in your special education classroom? "Counting in Base Ten: #41-50" is a perfect discrete teaching tool! This adapted book can be used with non-readers or in a specialized classroom. Each page includes an image of ten rods and a designated number of cubes. Students will c
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## Base Ten: Counting #31-40

Introducing base ten blocks in your special education classroom? "Counting in Base Ten: #31-40" is a perfect discrete teaching tool! This adapted book can be used with non-readers or in a specialized classroom. Each page includes an image of ten rods and a designated number of cubes. Students will c
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## Base Ten: Counting #11-20

Introducing base ten blocks in your special education classroom? "Counting in Base Ten: #11-20" is a perfect introduction! This adapted book can be used with non-readers or in a specialized classroom. Each page includes an image of a ten rod and a designated number of cubes. Students will count t
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## Base Ten: Counting #51-60

Introducing base ten blocks in your special education classroom? "Counting in Base Ten: #51-60" is a perfect discrete teaching tool! This adapted book can be used with non-readers or in a specialized classroom. Each page includes an image of ten rods and a designated number of cubes. Students will c
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## Valentine Numbers 10-30

Students identify numbers 10 to 30 on the robot and match it to the ten rod and cubes on the heart.*You can also just use the robots and have students count out ten rods and cubes to match the number.* Sequence the robot cards from 10 to 30
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K - 1st

## Base Ten: Counting #111-120

Introducing base ten blocks in your special education classroom? "Counting in Base Ten: #111-120" is a perfect discrete teaching tool! This adapted book can be used with non-readers or in a specialized classroom. Each page includes an image of a hundreds flat, ten rods and a designated number of one
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