# SNOWMEN: Counting by Tens to One Hundred

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After cutting out all of the circles, the students match and assemble three snowballs to form a snowman. The students should construct ten snowmen! (10 = 1 ten = ten) (20 = 2 tens = twenty) (30 = 3 tens = thirty) (40 = 4 tens = forty) (50 = 5 tens = fifty) (60 = 6 tens = sixty) (70 = 7 tens = seventy) (80 = 8 tens = eighty) (90 = 9 tens = ninety) (100 = 10 tens = one hundred)

For the background, give each child a large piece of colored construction paper (12"x 24"). Fold in half lengthwise and cut to form two pieces (6" x 24"). Staple these two pieces together to make one long piece ( 6' x 48 "). This will be a long enough piece to arrange all ten snowmen in order from ten to one hundred. Helpful Hint: I would have the students glue the largest snowball first across the bottom the colored construction paper. (ten, twenty, thirty.... eighty, ninety, one hundred).

The students will enjoy decorating their snowmen with eyes, noses, mouths, hats, scarves, etc!
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