Sunday, April 8, 2012

Base Ten on a Hundreds Chart

This is such a great way to see tens and ones!
For ten less all the students do is remove one of the rods and shift the ones up 
For ten more the students move the ones down and add a rod. Ten more and ten less are so hard for my first graders I thought this was a great concrete way to show them on something that's familiar.

Click HERE for directions.

5 comments:

  1. I love how you always post photographs of your ideas! I am a very visual learner, and it helps to see your wonderful ideas! ;)

    On another note, you've been tagged! Please come over to my blog to play! ;)

    Chrissy
    Adventures in Second Grade

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  2. That's a very helpful tip. Thanks.
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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  3. Jill, This is so simple, but so brilliant! Thank you for sharing!
    Camille
    An Open Door

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  4. You're right. This is a great way to see tens and ones! I love it.

    Dee

    First Impressions

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  5. LOVE LOVE LOVE!! Thank you for posting pictures and providing great details! You ROCK!! I still have students struggling with number sense and navigating a 100's chart and cannot wait to use this!!

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