Sunday, January 31, 2016

Groundhog Grouping {FREE}

 Are your students working on composing and decomposing numbers 11 through 19 yet? We have been talking a lot about tens and ones in my room during calendar time.  I'm going to have my students complete this handout in whole group on Tuesday as part of our Groundhog Day festivities.  I'm going to ask my kiddos to circle the groups of ten on the handout so that they can see the decomposition in action.  I'm hoping that having them create each group of ten will move them further towards a solid foundation in place value. 

I hope you can use this freebie in your classroom as well.  Click the image or {here} to download this handout for free in Google docs.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwW7vuV_FLG-cGhuRUVaTmlCSW8/view?usp=sharing

2 comments:

  1. I'm excited to use this in my classroom! Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. Being a teacher, I love looking through blogs. I wanted to share a new children's book I read to my class. It's called "Cooking With Mr. C." by John Contratti. It's a sweet story with a beautiful message. I'm telling all my teacher friends about it. I got it through Mascot Books and my friends ordered it through Amazon. (She does everything through Amazon.) :) Elaine

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