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All About Ten

March 26-29
Monday March 26:
Focus:
Materials:
- Pg 137 – Review Word Problems Worksheet – PHOTOCOPY!!!
- Ipads
- Dice and Game sheets
- Shake and Spill to 10

General Learning Outcomes:


1. Develop Number Sense

Specific Learning Outcomes:


2. Subitize (recognize at a glance) and name familiar arrangements of 1 to 10 objects or dots. [C,
CN, ME, V]

Learning Activities:
1. Stations:
a. Meet with Teacher – Teach them how to play the dice game for the rest of the week and
have them play for a bit to make sure they understand – dice game – they will shake one
set of dice and those numbers will be written in the first column and then they have to
write down the number that will make ten in the next column. They will then have to
write out the number sentence for those numbers in the next column.
b. All by Myself – Review Word Problems (pg. 137)
c. Tech Tub – Starfall math or mathletics
d. Helping Hands – Shake and Spill to 10
All About Ten
March 26-29
Tuesday March 27:
Focus:
Materials:
- Egg Carton ten frames
- Dots Page for All by Myself
- Ipads
- Dice and Game sheets

General Learning Outcomes:


2. Develop Number Sense

Specific Learning Outcomes:


2. Subitize (recognize at a glance) and name familiar arrangements of 1 to 10 objects or dots. [C,
CN, ME, V]

Learning Activities:
1. Learning Activities:
a. Meet with Teacher – I will be doing a mental math strategy using an Easter ten frame.
Each student will be given an egg carton with eggs inside and I will have students count
the eggs in the carton. We will then start by having kids put 2 eggs in the carton and the
rest in the middle and then they will tell me how many more eggs you would need to
add to make 10 eggs altogether. Once students have told me how many more they
would need, they will tell me the number sentence verbally and then write the number
sentence for that problem on a whiteboard. If time, we will do the same thing with
subtraction. We will practice our counting on and counting back strategies.
b. All by Myself – Dots Page – will explain this to them at the beginning of class. They will
have to take the first number and figure out the other number to make it equal 10.
c. Tech Tub – Starfall math or mathletics
d. Helping Hands – Dice Game that we learnt yesterday – reminder that after you shake
the dice, those numbers go into the first column and then they have to figure out the
number that makes it equal 10 and whatever number that is will go into the next
column and then they will write the number sentence in the next column.
All About Ten
March 26-29
Wednesday March 28:
Focus:
Materials:
- Egg carton ten frames
- Whiteboards, markers, and erasers
- Ipads
- Dice shakers, game boards, whiteboard markers, erasers

General Learning Outcomes:


3. Develop Number Sense

Specific Learning Outcomes:


2. Subitize (recognize at a glance) and name familiar arrangements of 1 to 10 objects or dots. [C,
CN, ME, V]

Learning Activities:
1.
a. Meet with Teacher – I will be doing a mental math strategy using an Easter ten frame.
Each student will be given an egg carton with eggs inside and I will have students count
the eggs in the carton. We will then start by having kids put 2 eggs in the carton and the
rest in the middle and then closing their carton lid and then they will tell me how many
more eggs they would need to add to make 10 eggs altogether. Once students have told
me how many more they would need, they will tell me the number sentence verbally
and then write the number sentence for that problem on a whiteboard. If time, we will
do the same thing with subtraction. We will practice our counting on and counting back
strategies.
b. All by Myself – They will be working on the practice sheet I have given them. They are
more than welcome to use a number line to answer the questions.
c. Tech Tub – Starfall math or mathletics
d. Helping Hands – Dice Game that we learnt yesterday – reminder that after you shake
the dice, those numbers go into the first column and then they have to figure out the
number that makes it equal 10 and whatever number that is will go into the next
column and then they will write the number sentence in the next column.
All About Ten
March 26-29
Thursday March 29:
Focus:
Materials:
-

General Learning Outcomes:


4. Develop Number Sense

Specific Learning Outcomes:


2. Subitize (recognize at a glance) and name familiar arrangements of 1 to 10 objects or dots. [C,
CN, ME, V]

Learning Activities:
1. Meet with Teacher –We will start by having kids put as many eggs in the carton as they want
and the rest in the middle and then closing their carton lid and then they will tell me how many
more eggs they would need to add to make 10 eggs altogether. I would like them to create their
own number sentences with the help of the ten frame
2. All by Myself – They will be working on the practice sheet I have given them. They are more
than welcome to use a number line to answer the questions.
3. Tech Tub – Starfall math or mathletics
4. Helping Hands – Dice Game that we learnt yesterday – reminder that after you shake the dice,
those numbers go into the first column and then they have to figure out the number that makes
it equal 10 and whatever number that is will go into the next column and then they will write
the number sentence in the next column.