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Children learn the concept of “ones” and “tens” by counting squares. As they count from one to nine, the corresponding number is written in the ones place. When they reach 10, however, they bundle the 10 squares together and think of it as “1 group of ten and 0 ones.” They continue to count each additional square (up to 19) and represent the new number as “1 ten and 9 ones,” for example.
This PowerPoint lesson is a multi-click animation sequence that introduces standards-based math skills and concepts. Also includes three practice pages at levels A (below grade level), B (at grade level), and C (above grade level), which may be distributed according to students' abilities.
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