What number do you see in blue?
How do you write this number in word form?
Which picture represents the number in blue?
How many toy cars are shown in picture A?
6 toy cars.
How many marbles are shown in picture B?
Look at the number sequence. Fill in the missing numbers. What do you need to count by?
48, 49, 51, 53. You need to count on by 1.
Look at the base-ten blocks. What number do they show? Explain.
The blocks show 426. There are 4 hundreds, 2 tens, and 6 ones.
What other ways can you use base-ten blocks to represent the same number?
Possible answers: 3 flats, 12 tens, and 6 ones; 4 flats, 1 ten, and 16 ones.
Why can this number be shown in different ways?
Because 10 tens make a 100 and 10 ones make 1 ten.
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