In problem A, how many counters are now on the ten frame?
How many more counters should Elle put on the ten frame to make a ten?
In problem B, what addition sentence can Bill use to find how many more counters he needs?
How many counters does Bill need to fill his ten frame?
In problem C, what do you need to do to find how many counters are in the bucket?
Add 5, 11, and 2.
How many counters are in the bucket?
If Clay and Devin were the only ones who put counters in the bucket, how many counters would be in the bucket?
If Devin were the only one to put his counters in the bucket, what could you do to find how many counters he would need to make 10?
Answers vary; students could use drawings or objects to count how many they need to make 10.
How many more counters would Devin need to make 10?
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