Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases:
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Warm up with a Mystery Math Mistake to decompose teen numbers. Use a double 10-frame to represent adding three single-digit numbers. Play a game with 10-frame cards to add numbers. The one with the greatest number wins!
Represent 10 using a number bond and 10-frame with a missing addend. Use Notice and Wonder with a 10-frame, connecting cubes, and place-value cards to ask and answer math questions. Then, represent teen numbers using addition and subtraction equations and one 10. Math Mights was adapted from IM K-5 Math™ ©2021 by Illustrative Mathematics®, released under the Creative Commons Attribution […]
Join Mrs. Markavich & Dotson for a Numeracy Talk with the Counting Buddy Senior, then we show you different ways to decompose and compose 2-digit numbers!
Join Mrs. Markavich & Dotson to talk about numbers with the Counting Buddy Senior! Get ready for Value Pak to show you how different ways to compare 2-digit numbers!
Join Mrs. Markavich for Numeracy Talk with Dotson working on conservation to 20. Get your math brain ready to have some fun with adding two-digit numbers.