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Federica Carrello

Student Instructions


1) Choose a number and write it in the blue bubble using the pen or the label tools. 2) Show the different ways you can partition that number by writing the parts in the green bubbles. 3) Duplicate pages at the 3dots to add more ways of partitioning or add more bubbles with shapes. 4) check to save your work.

1st Grade, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Students choose a number (or ask them to select a number from a given number chart or number cards) to partition into two or three parts. Students can add bubbles to show that they can partition the number into more than three parts. They can also duplicate pages to show more variations. A students ability to show a variety of partitioning methods as well as showing the place value of numbers can indicate how proficient they are in these skills.