Here is an explanation of the contents of the pack & suggestions on how to use them:
1. Teen/ty sort- The sorting activity includes headers (teen/ty), teen & ty numbers, teen/ty number words, tens frames showing teen/ty numbers. Use this sorting activity to help students say the correct pronunciation & identify teen/ty numbers. Use the number cards & word cards for id & pronunciation, use the tens frames to model the reasoning behind the difference. Make sure to ask higher level questions such as “what is the difference between 14 and 40?” “what do you see?” “what is another way to make 14 or 40?”
The numbers 11 and 12 are red because even though it does not have teen in it, it can be considered a teen number.
2. Six Teen/ty bingo boards with cards for small group instruction in math workshop. Great reinforcement or remediation.
3. One teen /t y How fast can you say it game. This is a quick game you can play with a partner to reinforce student number fluency, number identification, and correct pronunciation of teen/ty numbers.
4. Teen number maps.- I made number maps for numbers 11-20 and included a blank template in case you want to use it for other numbers. This is great for a wrap up to this lesson, or a warm up later on. It is also great for math journal prompts as well.
5. A wrap up worksheet- this worksheet is great as a formative assessment to see student understanding. Students color teen numbers red and ty numbers green and answer a question on how they would differentiate between at teen number a ty number.
Please check out the sample to see some of the activities in the pack. I hope you enjoy this activity pack! My students had fun with it.