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Ms. Werder

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Tens & More (1st grade- Unit 3, Mod 3, Part 3- TEA)

Let's build using 10 frames and cubes . 1. Tap the add to start activity. 2. Use the move button to ▶️ listen to the directions on each slide. 3. Tap the move to move the cubes and to check answers. 4. Tap mic to read your equation. 5. Try each slide 6. When you are done tap the check and add to seesaw

1st Grade, Math
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Part 3: Make the connection that not only teen numbers are built using groups of 10. Students will build decade numbers using Unifix cubes. From: https://bridges.mathlearningcenter.org/sites/default/files/documents/resources/TEA/TEA-G1U3M3-ImpGuide.pdf More teacher support lesson plans at: https://bridges.mathlearningcenter.org/view/br1-tg-u3-m3#23 If delivering asynchronously ● Students self-pace through the slides. ● Students consider what numbers greater than 10 are made of groups of 10. ● Students build decade numbers using Unifix cubes. ● Students are also prompted to build 16 and 36 using Unifix cubes as a precursor to learning about base-ten numbers. ● Have students turn in their completed slides when finished. If delivering synchronously ● Start a Zoom or Google Meet session. ● Open the slides and share your screen. Students do not yet need to open their copy. ● Using the “What do you observe?” slide, facilitate a discussion with students to help them begin to see groups of ten in the Unifix cubes. ● Ask students “What numbers have groups of ten in them?” Let students know that they will build using Unifix cubes to explore this question. ● When students understand the task, have them open their copy of the slides and build decade numbers using the Unifix cubes. ● Have students turn in their completed slides when finished. ● Close the session by returning to the earlier question, “What numbers have groups of ten in them?” Use the last slide to compare 16 and 36, helping students to notice the groups of 10s and 1s shown with Unifix cubes.

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