This resource is from Tools4NCTeachers.This lesson calls for students to use a ten frame to represent ten ones. Students will demonstrate and verbalize that ten objects is the same as “ten”. They will model teen numbers as ten ones and some extra ones, and demonstrate an understanding that one manipulative goes in each square of the ten frame (builds on one to one understanding).Remix this lesson to share extension ideas or student work-samples.
This resource is from Tools4NCTeachers.This is a set of two tasks, which may be used for instruction or assessment. Each file contains a separate task and rubric. Remix this resource to include extension ideas or addtional tasks, or samples of student-work.
This resource is from Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, students will compose a teen number into ten ones and some extra ones. They will work to identify and record how many ones are on the ten frame, off the ten frame, and the total. Remix this lesson to include extension ideas or student work samples.
This resource is from Tools4NCTeachers.Students will identify and record mystery numbers with partners. They will organize quantities of objects into ten ones and some extra ones, developing an understanding of how ten ones and some extra ones can be combined to make a total. Further, students will tell how two quantities are the same and different (example: One group of seventeen ones verses a group of ten ones in a ten frame and seven ones on the outside of the frame.)