Reflection: Student Grouping Representing Numbers on a Ten Frame - Section 1: Rev Them Up

It is so important to know your student's abilities before playing a challenge game like this one. You never want to ask students to participate in something that is too difficult if they are already struggling.  You want to try and meet them just above their level. Watch the video in the resource section for more tips.

Representing Numbers on a Ten Frame

Lesson 4 of 10

Big Idea: Students begin working on base ten models in Kindergarten. This lesson is to build on that foundation and provide my students opportunities to decompose numbers and identify number models.

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Math, Comparing Numbers, Number Sense and Operations, counting, First Grade, ten frame
25 minutes

Jennifer Moon

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