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Supplies Needed: Base Ten blocks, paper clip (for game included)
***Make sure to laminate game boards for extended use
Standards: 1.NBT.B.2A, 1.NBT.B.2B, 1.NBT.B.3
Tasks include independent practice, small groups, centers, differentiated instruction levels, and teacher lead practice.
3 worksheets available plus basic counting chart for student lead practice.
(counting from 1-120)
Students will count base ten blocks and answer how
many hey see.
Students are given a number and ask to draw the number using base ten models.
Cut base ten model and match to the correct number. Then glue.
Students will count the base ten model. Laminate and put on a ring for extended
use! Perfect for centers!
Students will create the number on the game board using base ten blocks.
Students will count each base ten model and decide greater than, less than, or
equal to. *Laminate and allow students to use a dry erase marker to easily wipe
Students will draw the number given and then tell how many tens and ones the
Students will draw a number card. Students will place the numbers card in the
space provided. Then students will show a representation of that number using
base ten models.
Students will spin a number card. Students will need a paper clip to use as their
"spinner". Then students will show a representation of that number using
base ten models.
Students will use dice to create a 2 digit number. Then students will create a
model of the number using base ten models.