Reflection: Advanced Students How Many On My Plate? (Addition) - Section 2: Introducing New Activities

 

I adapted the Add 10 or Subtract 10 game for students who demonstrated fluency with the adding ten and subtracting ten concept.  I gave them a spinner that went from +10 to 30 or -10 to 30. I also created 4 sheets that had starting numbers above 30 because I wanted to make sure that they didn't deal with negative numbers, which is beyond the scope of 1st grade.

Students who are working on this adaptation are adding or subtracting multiples of ten to/from a number.

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How Many On My Plate? (Addition)

Unit 12: The Ten Concept: Counting On and Off the Decade and Knowing 10 More/ 10 Less
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: SWBAT add ten to any given number. SWBAT add or subtract a multiple of 10 to any given number and represent the action with an equation.

Big Idea: Students will use their ability to count by tens on and off the decade by taking part in an activity that requires them to start with a number of cubes and then repeatedly add ten.

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Math, Place Value, Number Sense and Operations, 1st Grade, adding and subtracting ten
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