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Freebie: Math Flower

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Number Sense FREEBIE!! Several versions included!! Directions: Using the number in the center (chosen by you or the student), the students write down 10 different ways to show that number (base 10 blocks, addition sentence, dots, tally marks, number words, multiplication, pictures, etc.). Great for morning work and teaching #numbersense #sheilamelton

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Practicing place value

Outils et jeux mathématiques CP/CE1

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Counting Tens and Ones

Counting Tens and Ones

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Place Value Tens and Ones Flip Book

This flip book focuses on doubles. It is a great addition to any lesson. I use them during guided math as openers and during small group time. You can even use them in your math work stations. I love these flip books because there is reading, writing, vocabulary, skills and problem solving in this 4 page book.

Place Value Tens and Ones Flip Book

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Making 10! great idea! First Grade Smiles Done as partners ~ Each student had ten cubes of one color and a blank copy of the chart. As a class, traded one color cube with our partner and colored in our chart to match. Fantastic to reach all learners: oral, visual, kinethetic, tactile.

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First Grade Math Unit 9 Place Value

Place value challenge worksheet - helps them see the difference between the value of tens and ones

First Grade Math Unit 9

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Math center idea for tens and ones. I use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice. The 1st number is for the tens place and the 2nd one is for the ones place. If they roll a 6 and 4 they write down 64 and then they draw the picture. You can add more dice for larger numbers.

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