Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Breaking Numbers Into Tens and Ones

We're working on double digit numbers this week.  Those teen numbers are so tricky for kids.  Anyway, I wanted them to get an early grasp on the meaning of place value and tens and ones.  One of my co-workers created these cool ten frames that we use during calendar to track the number of days we've been in school.  We add a dot at calendar each day.

Well, I thought something similar would be a great reinforcement for learning the teen numbers.  So, I whipped out the good ol' laptop during the last few minutes of lunch, and I came up with a little book to keep track of the numbers 10-20.  When you are putting them together, please keep them in the order I have them, because the verbiage is a little different on a few of them.

All you need to do it copy the pages back to back, staple, and cut in half. 
 Click here to download your freebie.

Freebie Fridays

Also, don't forget about my "Three for Three" giveaway! Three people will win any three products from my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Have a great Tuesday!

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