Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities

Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities
Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities
Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities
Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities
Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities
Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities
Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities
Tens and Ones Practice Early Finisher Activities
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(23 MB|30 pages)
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Do your kiddos need extra practice with tens and ones? Do you need something for your early finishers to do while you work with other students? If so, WIN WIN! These early finisher powerpoints are the perfect way for your early finishers to get what they need, and your students who need you, get YOU! All you have to do is press PLAY, and your early finishers are engaged, learning, and having fun!

This product comes with:

• Powerpoint that has tens and ones up to 39 - student has to write the amount of tens, amount of ones, and then the number bond.

• QR code cards to use with devices

• A cover sheet to put in sheet protectors for students to write answers on that matches the ppt

These EARLY FINISHER PPTS are a huge success in our first grade classrooms, and have truly helped with differentiated instruction, more exposure, and our early finishers. :)

**IF YOU USE GOOGLE DRIVE - THESE WORK AS GOOGLE SLIDES AS WELL!


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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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