This free, creative worksheet builds on the foundation of counting while also demonstrating logic. Your child will have fun trading flowers for bouquets, orange slices for whole oranges, and cube towers for individual cubes. Learning numbers and problem solving is a basic in first grade math, and it helps combines both skills. When given the choice between two different options, students can better understand what groups of ten will look like.
Double down on the fundamentals of counting with this worksheet. Students will have to identify groups of 10 cubes that they can trade for a long. Each group of cubes is arranged in different ways so they will have to rely on counting individually to distinguish which groups contain ten cubes. Your first grade student will develop problem solving skills and a stronger understanding of counting by completing this printable pdf.
Introduce your early learners to the concept of regrouping numbers by trading ones for tens! Use this vividly colored worksheet to catch your child’s attention as he or she counts the cubes. How many longs can be traded for the cubes? That is, are there groupings of 10 individual cubes that can be converted into long strips of 10? If so, decide how many longs can be created. Then, check the box of the correct answer to complete this quick downloadable sheet!
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