Base 10- Write it or Make it

Base 10- Write it or Make it
Base 10- Write it or Make it
Base 10- Write it or Make it
Base 10- Write it or Make it
Base 10- Write it or Make it
Base 10- Write it or Make it
Base 10- Write it or Make it
Base 10- Write it or Make it
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Common Core Standards
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In these worksheets students are expected to both count the lines (that represent the 10’s) and circles (that represent the ones) and write (or stamp) the two digit number that they represent OR make the number that is written to them with lines and circles. For example, for 3 lines and 4 circles the student is expected to write the number 34 BUT if the number 34 is written- the student is expected to make 3 lines and 4 circles.
Use them as worksheets for recording progress or as centers for independent work.
The large print, defined space for each number, and the absence of distracting graphics are all purposeful adaptations for learners with special needs.
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10 pages
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