The 100s chart offers a concrete visual of place value and how numbers are composed. While students learn to subitize dot patterns, they can also learn to subitize larger quantities when looking at them in terms of 10s and 1s. If students can fluently count by 10s, they’ll easily and quickly be able to identify the number and count on the numbers of units (ones). If students have already mastered 10, they’ll be able to quickly identify the number of units shaded in an individual row.
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There are 44 prompt cards included in this resource that offer 3 weeks of powerful number conversations, as well as, a variety of recording sheet options for math centers and assessment. Number conversations can be built into your daily schedule as short, daily exercises aimed at building number sense. Number sense is the ability to understand numbers and quantities, to use numbers flexibly, and to perform calculations mentally.
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*Teaching Guide & Question Stems
*Math Talk Anchor Chart
*44 Prompt Cards
*4 Recording Logs
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