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Crossing the Finish Line! {Teen Numbers} Common Core Math. Students will build on with a base of ten, identify, compare, write equations and represent teen numbers! Perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade. $

Crossing the Finish Line! {Teen Numbers} Common Core Math. Students will build on with a base of ten, identify, compare, write equations and represent teen numbers! Perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade. $

Would be great as a laminated anchor chart so it can be written on with a dry erase marker and changed as needed without taking up the whole classroom for every number!

Would be great as a laminated anchor chart so it can be written on with a dry erase marker and changed as needed without taking up the whole classroom for every number!

Love this hands-on approach to teaching addition up to 10!  Make a 10 frame on the floor using painter's tape.  Illustrate making 10 using students.  Gets them up and moving and they can visually see how many students make 10!

Love this hands-on approach to teaching addition up to 10! Make a 10 frame on the floor using painter's tape. Illustrate making 10 using students. Gets them up and moving and they can visually see how many students make 10!

FREEBIE: The common core standard K.NBT is for students to work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value. This can be tricky for kids who are just learning to count one to one objects. I suggest practicing this with real objects like unifix cubes and doing a lot of hands on modeling before giving students these practice sheets from Teacher Laura.

FREEBIE: The common core standard K.NBT is for students to work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value. This can be tricky for kids who are just learning to count one to one objects. I suggest practicing this with real objects like unifix cubes and doing a lot of hands on modeling before giving students these practice sheets from Teacher Laura.