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Counting with Base-Ten Models

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Students will develop strategies for counting with base-ten models. Students will:

  • recognize that ten ones make a ten.

  • write the standard name for a number from a base-ten model.

  • create a base-ten model for a numeral.


Essential Questions

  • How, when, and why do we represent, compare, and order numbers?


Vocabulary

[IS.1 - All Students]

  • Numeral: A symbol or mark used to represent a number.


Duration

60–90 minutes [IS.2 - All Students]


Prerequisite Skills


Materials

  • Base-Ten Models(see M-1-3-3_Base-Ten Models in the Resources folder)

  • Base-Ten Match-Up Cards (two digits)(see M-1-3-3_Base-Ten Match-Up Cards–2 Digits in the Resources folder)

  • Base-Ten Match-Up Cards (three digits) (see M-1-3-3_Base-Ten Match-Up Cards–3 Digits in the Resources folder)

  • Meet the Base-Ten Blocks by ETA/Cuisenaire

  • dry-erase boards and markers, one per student

  • 20 to 30 base-ten (singles) ones per student

  • 10 ten blocks per student


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