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Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame

Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame
Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame
Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame
Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame
Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame
Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame
Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame
Numbers 0 - 5 Decompose the Number Counters On a Ten Frame
Product Description
This is a bundle. This is a set of four math presentations showing 0-5 black counter dots arranged within a ten frame. Each presentation follows the same pattern with the first slide reading "This is the number____. Decompose _____." The next slide reveals a possible answer using addition sentences and at times isolating addends through color to reveal how that number was decomposed.

It is designed to provide students the opportunity to practice taking apart a quantity to find the total rather than counting one to one. This not only aids in number sense development, but transitions into addition fluency and overall math development.

This scripted lesson can be led whole class at the carpet area as a part of morning routines, math warmups, or in small groups. Students can write their answer on a personal whiteboard or demonstrate their answer through motion (i.e. clapping then running in place.) Also, instead of writing traditional addition sentences, they could write number bonds.

Specific standards/objectives are listed after the title slide.
Large Century Gothic font is used for readability.

This is a PowerPoint presentation. The teacher will have to use arrows (or a clicker) to move the slides for flexible lesson pacing, especially wait/think time. Because each slide shows a possible decomposition, patterns often repeat as I tried to address how individual students may see an answer.

PLEASE NOTE: PowerPoint is a .pptx file. This means it was generated using Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation version 2016. The thumbnails do not support this format. Thus, there is a slight differentiation between fonts used and sizing between the actual product and this preview.
Total Pages
103 pages
Answer Key
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