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Counting By Tens Charts

Primary School Maths - Counting by Tens Charts

  • Includes numeral, word, base ten blocks...
  • Counting by tens up to 100. 

 

Ideas for Use

Counting in Tens Charts - Suggestions for Use


  • Ideal for wall display, student reference and counting by tens practice - print black and white onto different coloured card if you would prefer or make the size smaller if you like by using your printer settings to print 2 or more per page.

  • Cut them up into the 3 sections to be used individually for general reference or cut the pieces using puzzle cuts - then children have to match the pieces together.

  • Ideal for use with the 1-10 numbers chart when writing numbers such as 25 - use the twenty from the tens chart and five from the1-10 numbers chart.

  • After lamination - circle the 'ty' ending - this has really helped my son to remember how to spell these words.

  • Play 'I have - Who has....' Hand the cards out to 10 members of the class - the child with 'ten' says 'I have ten, who has 20? - the child with 20 stands up and says ' I have 20 - who has 30?' etc.

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