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This product comes with: • Powerpoint that has tens and ones up to 100 - student has to write the amount of tens, amount of ones, and then the number bond. (50 slides) • QR code cards to use with devices • A cover sheet to put in sheet protectors
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IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you have devices, but not always sure how to keep your kiddos engaged with relevant material? Well, look no further - BOOM Cards are so COOL and you don't have to do a thing!
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With this deck, students will type in the numbers to complete the number chart. These either count by tens or by ones. The numbers go up to 120. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 7. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go
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With this deck, students will add two-digits to a group of tens. They will then complete the math sentence. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 11. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you have
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With this deck, students will count on with pennies (from nickels, dimes, and quarters). Amount goes up to 35. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 23. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you have
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Students will look at two sets of numbers and decide if the first number is less than, greater than or equal to the second number. This will help with Module 6 lesson 6. You can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the
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With this deck, students will look at the tens and ones and fill in the place value chart and then write the number sentence to complete. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 3. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your
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With this deck, students will look at the tens and ones and fill in the NUMBER BOND and then write the number sentence to complete. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 4. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your
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With this deck, students can drag the objects to solve. This covers plus 1, minus 1, plus 10, minus 10 up to 99. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 5. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you have
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With this deck, students will look at two numbers and decide if the first number is greater than, less than or equal to the second number. (numbers up to 100) This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 6. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you
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With this deck, students will read the mystery statement and then type out the mystery number. This goes up to 119. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 8. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you
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With this deck, students will look at the tens and ones and then write the correct amount into the place value chart. Numbers go up to 99. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 9. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in
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With this deck, students will either add or subtract groups of tens using dimes. Numbers go up to 99. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 10. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1 in your classroom? Do you have devices,
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With this deck, students will look at the cost of the item and then find the money bag that shows the same amount. They will need to be able to count dimes, nickels, and pennies. The amount goes up to 25 cents. This lesson goes perfectly with
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With this deck, students will count the dimes and put in the tens place, and count the pennies and put in the ones place. Numbers go up to 129. This lesson goes perfectly with Module 6 lesson 24. IT'S A DIGITAL TASK CARD! Are you trying to go 1:1
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Students will look at the tens and ones (up to 100) and complete the place value and then complete the math sentence. Comes with printable and digital resources. This will help with Module 6 lesson 3. You can add this to their daily center time
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Students will look at the tens and ones (up to 100) and then they will complete the number bond and the math sentence. Comes with printable and digital resources. This will help with Module 6 lesson 4. You can add this to their daily center time
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Students will look at the tens and ones (up to 100) and then figure out either one more/one less or ten more ten less. This will help with Module 6 lesson 5. You can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who
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Students will look at the number chart and fill in the blanks. There are multiples of ten and ones. This will help with Module 6 lesson 7. You can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who didn't master the
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Students will be number detectives. They will read the sentence, and then write the number for tens and ones. This will help with Module 6 lesson 8. You can add this to their daily center time OR as extra practice for the kiddos who didn't master
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I'm on my 18th year of teaching. I taught first grade for my first ten years and truly loved first and never thought I would move. Then we received a \$100,000 technology grant, and I was asked to move up to middle school to help implement the grant. I taught 6th - 8th ELA and technology for four years. It was a wonderful experience, but I was glad when my wish was granted to move back down to first grade. I figured that 1st was my last stop, as I was in my happy place, but as we all know, things don't always happen the way we expect. I applied for and was offered a spot in our technology department at the district level, and it was too good of a move to pass up. Now I am working on helping our teachers as we move to a 1:1 district. Our goals are to help our teachers integrate technology effectively. It's been a fun ride thus far!

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