Combinations of 10 Lesson 4
Students explore multiple ways to make ten with tens frames and drawings, with a final project of a class book.
For each student:
Share the literature book with your students. Be sure to stop and discuss the illustrations. Ask the students to tell you the equation that would match the illustration/text. Be sure to pull out all the combinations of 10.
Explain to the children that they will be making a class book similar to the literature shared in class.
ELL Accommodation: Give all students time to Think Pair Share about what they will be illustrating.
Each child will then get the Picture book of 10 template for their page of the book. Each student will roll a die and write that addend on the template. The student will write an equation, make a model on a ten frame, and draw an illustration.
What combination did you make using the addend that you rolled?
Can you add words or labels to your illustration?[MP2]
Does your ten frame match your equation? [MP4]
Does your illustration match your equation? [MP2]
Collect the pages from the students and gather them on the rug. One page at a time, the teacher covers all but the illustration, then asks the students:
Make the pages into a class book to be placed in the class library for students to read.
The teacher will use a rubric to evaluate student work.
Get Rubric for Picture Book of 10 from Materials section above available as a download.
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Ten-Frame Game: Activity 3: Fill
Using macaroni, students model combinations through 10 and record a written expression.
Use cubes to model combinations of ten; explore the different addend pairs, and play a card game to apply their understanding.
Students use ten-frames to model combinations of ten. They explore the different addend pairs, and play a game to apply their understanding.
CCSS, Content Standards to specific grade/standard
CCSS, Standards for Mathematical Practices
PtA, highlighted Effective Teaching Practice and/or Guiding Principle CCSS