Counting Tens Ones Worksheet – Break it Apart

Counting Tens Ones Worksheet – Break it Apart

How to teach Place Value

Using the Counting Tens Ones Worksheet - Break it Apart, students count the tens and ones shown to write the number in digits.

This worksheet helps your students understand the conceptual knowledge of what numbers mean. By counting tens and ones, students gain an understanding of how numbers are created.

Students count tens and ones. Then, they write digits to represent the number shown. Challenge students to create their own base ten diagrams!

Other resources to use with this Counting Tens Ones Worksheet - Break it Apart

If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about place value.

Use this Rainbow Place Value Activity as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this worksheet by listening to the Have Fun Teaching Counting by Tens Song. Next, have students look at the number 45. Students practice counting by tens 4 times and counting on five times. Then, students complete worksheet independently or with a partner. Finally, challenge students to choose numbers and represent them with tens and ones.

Be sure to check out more Base Ten Activities.

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