Reflection: Perseverance Tens Are Everywhere! - Section 2: Taking Inventory


As students are working, you may want to circulate to each group of students.  You will want to observe:

  • Can students accurately create and count groups of 10?
  • How are the extras accounted for (not enough to make a 10)?

This is also a time to encourage the students to use mathematical language while recording their findings.  For example: are they using any new vocabulary (tens, ones)?

  Perseverance: Reflection
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Tens Are Everywhere!

Unit 6: Numbers and Place Value
Lesson 1 of 11

Objective: SWBAT show that ten is a bundle of 10 ones.

Big Idea: This is stage one for my class to begin developing ideas about place value. This lesson will help students see that groups of ones can be changed into sets of tens.

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Math, Place Value, greater than, less than, counting, First Grade, Tens and Ones, tens
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