Groupings of Tens and Ones1st Grade • 2 Lesson Plans with a Bonus Game/Activity
Subject: Math, Numbers and Operations in Base Ten
Type: 2 Lesson Plans with a Bonus Game/Activity
Skills: Groupings of Tens and Ones: Bundles, Counting, Base-Ten Blocks, Expanded Form, and Ten-Frames
File Type: PDF Document
Materials Needed: blank paper, pencils, red and blue crayons/colored pencils, tape or glue or stapler, craft sticks or pencils or crayons –or- cut up strips of paper, rubber bands, 1 die per student, base ten blocks: tens and ones, colored strips of paper – 2 different colors, 1 inch wide x 8 1/2 inches long (cutting a regular 8 ½ x 11 piece of paper will work), index cards or 8 ½ x 11 piece of paper cut up in ¼ pieces – one piece per group of partners, and document camera or whiteboard
Printable Resources: Optional: “Exit Slip” (as an optional assessment component) (1 half sheet per student); Optional: “Roll, Draw, and Write” (1 copy per student); Optional: “Ten Frame” student sheet (1 copy per student)
Lesson Plan Description
First Grade half day of math lesson plans containing 3 separate segments (30-60 minutes each) addressing Numbers in Base-Ten: groupings of tens and ones (1.NBT.2). These lessons include: practice counting and bundling tens and identifying remaining ones, making two-digit numbers using tens and ones, writing number sentences in expanded form to equal a number, writing numbers using tens frames, and a paper chain craft to create a visual representation of tens and ones.
- Segment 1: students will bundle objects into groups of tens and ones and then count by tens and ones.
- Segment 2: students will build a two-digit number using base-ten blocks, count by tens and ones, write a number sentence in expanded form for two-digit numbers, and draw a picture using base-ten blocks to represent a two-digit number.
- Segment 3: students will represent a two-digit number by filling in ten frames, write a number sentence in expanded form to equal a two-digit number in the ten frame, and will work in partners to create a paper chain to represent a two-digit number.
These lessons can be taught over the span of a half day or you can use the lessons independently, broken up over several days.