Click on Click on your name. Use the to click on the video to watch how to play the game. Use the to click on PLAY and click on the picture to go to the game. Come back to Seesaw to REFLECT on your math game. REFLECT by recording yourself using the or . Share what you learned from the game. Then use the to circle if this was a thumbs up, thumbs to the side or thumbs down game for you. Click to submit your work. Families: The game Ten & More works on students ability to recognize and build numbers larger than 10. Students can use a number rack to slide beads from the ready position (read position is when all 20 beads are on the right) to the left side to show a number. In the Bridges curriculum, students use number racks of 20 beads, with 10 on each row and each row is dividing into groups of 5 red beads and then 5 white beads. This helps students to be able to group the beads when pushing them from right to left and try and push beads to show a number with the fewest amounts of pushes. Being able to know that the number 11 is 10 +1 more is great for students. They should then work on counting by starting at the number that they know and can recognize: 10 and counting on. This is an efficient strategy.