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# 1st Grade 10 More, 10 Less, 1 More, 1 Less Digital Slides Distance Learning

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### Description

These Ten More, Ten Less, One More, One Less practice activities are designed with first graders in mind. Students progress through five different practice activities to help them understand the concepts of Ten More and Ten Less, One More and One Less.

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Included in this Interactive resource for use with Google™ Slides/Classroom:

• 5 Different Practice Activities, each with 10 student practice slides.
• A Direction slide for Each Activity for student use
• A total of 55 Slides and additional teacher directions and Answer Key

The Five Activities included are:

Each activity comes as a separate set of Slides that you can assign

• Activity 1: One More - Students count the 10s and 1s and choose the number on the screen. Then they drag the one block over to make ONE MORE. Then they choose the number that shows One More. (Monster Party Theme)
• Activity 2: One Less - Students must create the number that is ONE LESS than the number using the provided 10s and 1s blocks and then type the new number. (Animal Theme)
• Activity 3: Ten More - Students count the 10s and 1s and choose the number on the screen. Then they drag the ten block over to make TEN MORE. Then they choose the number that shows Ten More. (Frog Party Theme)
• Activity 4: Ten Less - Students must create the number that is TEN LESS than the number using the provided 10s and 1s blocks and then type the new number. (Animal Theme)
• Activity 5: 10 more, 10 less, 1 more, 1 less - Put it all together! Students help the pirate animals drag the numbers into the correct spaces on the chart. (Pirate Animal Theme)

This resource was designed to work in Google Classroom™, but additional directions for how to use and transfer the resource to other platforms are included (Such as OneDrive™, Schoology™, Canvas™ etc).

Why Use Digital Resources?

• Easy to implement
• Saves on printing and paper costs
• Great for 1:1 environments
• Great for Distance Learning
• Can be used for WHOLE GROUP Lessons on a Smartboard™ or other device.
• Great for small group, extra practice or center time

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases:
Given a two-digit number, mentally find 10 more or 10 less than the number, without having to count; explain the reasoning used.