A handout for primary students to practice numbers 10-100 by 10s. Students must write numerically the correct corresponding number and then for "Points" they can make a dot to correspond with that number. For "soixante", they would write 60 in left column and then 30 dots in right column. If you wish, students could be creative and instead of dots, it can be hearts or stars. Though for the higher numbers, dots may be easiest. This activity could also be used as an assessment tool on numbers 20-50. This could be used for older grades as a number review.