Base tens can be tricky for many kindergartners. This packet has 16 worksheets and 1 center activity to help students practice place value over and over again.
9 Worksheets focus on one teen at a time. Each worksheet follows this same format.
7 Worksheets review place value for all of the numbers from 11-19.
1 Center Game reviews tens and ones for all numbers from 11-19
The 9 worksheets focusing on one number each follows this format (I will describe below for the number 13):
* A large number 13 with a tens stick on the number 1 and 3 ones cubes in the number 3 to help students see and understand how tens and ones work.
*An equation to complete: 10+3=13
* A spot to build or draw the number
*A place to write how many ones and how many tens are in 13 with numerals
* A line to practice writing 13
* 2 tens frames to color in 13 boxes to show visually how one tens frame is full and the second has only 3 boxes filled in.
The remaining 7 worksheets are:
1. Egg-cellent Tens and Ones:
Students write the numeral to represent tens and ones.
2. Blooming Place Value:
Students draw petals on flowers to show how many ones.
3. Hopping Into Tens and Ones:
Students count frogs on and off a tens frame. They cut out numbers to match with each ten frame and ones.
4.Zoo Place Value Equations:
Students write a 10 + ? = ? equation for teens.
5,Place Value in the Deep Blue Sea:
Students draw a tens stick and ones stars to represent numbers in the teens.
6 Buggy Over Ones and Tens:
Students cut out tens frames and one cubes to match numerals in the teens.
7. Fluttery Place Value:
Students write how many tens and ones are on butterfly wings. This worksheet needed more space, so you might want to copy these to front and back.
Thank you! Laura Jozwiak