Rewriting Numbers as Tens and Ones

 Unpack double-digit numbers using this fantastic graphic organizer featuring eight place value problems. Learners separate each number into tens and ones, then write it out by completing a sentence frame. As they work through the problems, there is less scaffolding in the sentence frames. The objective here is to help scholars understand that double-digit numbers are made up of groups of tens and ones.

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