Curriculum>Grade 1> Module 4>Topic A: Tens and Ones

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Students will fill an incomplete 10-frame. Students learn that the digits 10 represent 1 group of ten items. Students use 10-frames to practice counting by 10. Students discover that numbers can be represented in standard form or as groups of 10

A. Decompose numbers 11-19 into a group of 10 and some ones

B. Practice with number words 0-50

C. Practice with number lines showing 10-100

D. More practice with number lines showing 0-50

E. Review the difference between letters and digits. Learn about 1- and 2-digit numbers

G. Represent groups of ten as 2-digit numbers

H. Review the concept of tens written as a 2-digit number

I. Represent 2-digit numbers as groups of ten and some ones

J. More practice making equivalencies between groups of ten and some ones and 2-digit numbers

K. Write a 2-digit number to represent tens and ones

L. Identify place value within a 2-digit number

M. More practice identifying place value within 2-digit numbers

N. Complete number sentences breaking 2-digit numbers into tens plus some ones

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