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PLACE VALUE: BASE TEN: TENS AND ONES: PRINT & BOOM DIGITAL CARDS

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109 + 24 PRINT SCOOT CARDS + 26 BOOM DIGITAL CARDS
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BONUS:

Tens and Ones Scoot Cards

26 Boom Digital Cards

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►► PLACE VALUE: TENS AND ONES

This pack will prove to be extremely handy if you would like to teach your students all about tens and ones. It is a thorough pack featuring activities targeting the Common Core Curriculum Standards. Focus is on repetition of activities for each new skill in order to conceptualize the understanding of tens and ones.

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⭐⭐ Separate file featuring Australian/UK spellings included.

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►► The print-n-go sheets feature:

One booklet cover (if compiling all sheets into a booklet)

♦ 7 posters on tens and ones, expanded form

♦ Count in Tens with Popsicle Sticks visuals

♦ Count in Tens with Ten Frames visuals

♦ Count in Tens with Base Ten visuals

♦ Count in Tens with Cookie visuals

♦ Count in Tens with Money visuals

♦ Count in Tens with Groups of Ten Images

♦ Count in Tens and write in Word Form

♦ Counting in Tens and Matching Standard Form and Expanded Form

♦ Counting in Tens and Matching Standard Form and Word Form

♦ Counting groups of apples, ice-cubes, pencils, kids in buses in groups of ten

♦ Tens and Left Overs with images, base ten blocks, ten frames, and Rekenreks frames

♦ Write in Tens from 10 to 150 in Standard Form

♦ Write in Tens from 10 to 100 in Word Form

♦ Writing the Tens Value of the underlined digit in Standard Form

♦ Writing the Tens Value of the underlined digit in Word Form

♦ Cut-n-Glue matching Standard Numbers to tens visuals

♦ Cut-n-Glue tens cards in Number Houses

♦ Coloring Tens given a Standard Number

♦ Coloring Tens on a hundred chart given a Standard Number

♦ Making and Drawing Tens

♦ Tens Number Roll

♦ Tens Number Spin

♦ Tens Visuals Spin

♦ Link to nursery rhymes: Counting groups of sheep, soldiers in tens

♦ Count in Ones with Block Visuals

♦ Counting Tens and Ones with Base Ten Visuals

♦ Coloring Tens and Ones (Base Ten Visuals)

♦ Cut-n-Glue Tens and Ones in Number Houses

♦ Cut-n-Glue Tens and Ones with Base Ten Visuals

♦ Cut-n-Glue Tens and Ones with Popsicle Stick Visuals

♦ Cut-n-Glue Tens and Ones matching Word Form to Standard Form

♦ Cut-n-Glue Tens and Ones expanded Form to Base Ten visuals

♦ Drawing Tens and Ones for a given number in the Number Bond

♦ Making and Drawing Tens and Ones

♦ Standard Form of Tens and Ones to Expanded Form

♦ Word Form of Tens and Ones to Expanded Form

♦ Expanded Form of Tens and Ones to Standard Form

♦ Writing the Value of the underlined Tens or Ones digit

♦ Writing Tens and Ones from Word Form to Standard Form

♦ Tens and Ones Visual Spinner

♦ Tens and Ones Addition Sentences with House Visuals

♦ Representing Tens and Ones visuals in three ways: Word Form, Expanded Form and Standard Form

♦ Drawing more of an amount in a ten frame to match the standard number.

♦ Comparing Numbers with signs: < > =

This pack targets differentiation and will greatly benefit all your students, more so the ones who are academically challenged. I can confidently say all my students had a sound understanding of tens and ones after the study of this unit.

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Total Pages
109 + 24 PRINT SCOOT CARDS + 26 BOOM DIGITAL CARDS
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Compare two two-digit numbers based on meanings of the tens and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, and <.
The numbers 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 refer to one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine tens (and 0 ones).
The numbers from 11 to 19 are composed of a ten and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones.
10 can be thought of as a bundle of ten ones - called a “ten.”
Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases:

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