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This worksheet by ArgoPrep will help first graders learn more about base ten while working on adding problems. The use of base ten blocks is a great strategy for working on double-digit addition and the worksheet gives students many opportunities to practice and review their skills with base ten and addition of double-digit numbers without regrouping. Being fluent in adding will be helpful when adding decimals in future grades. To add, students can apply various shortcuts to help them get the answer faster. What's 111 + 1? Sharpen your skills with these worksheets.
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This grade-one worksheet combines the use of base ten blocks with the addition of single and double-digit numbers that students have previously been learning. This worksheet is an excellent way to begin to introduce students to working with ten's and one's places as they prepare to do addition with regrouping in the future. This way students will begin to understand how a one in the one's place means something very different than a one in the ten's place. The pictorial representation of the numbers helps students to see the problem as they work out the addition of the double-digit numbers and is a great strategy for use with addition. Students will also begin to see the differences between the ten's and one's place as they practice or review with this worksheet. Grade-one students will enjoy the beautiful pictures in the worksheet as well as the opportunity to review double-digit addition without regrouping. Using base ten blocks and learning more about base ten further prepares them for learning about larger numbers, and the place value they represent, in the future. This teacher-created worksheet by ArgoPrep is an excellent resource and is free and easily downloadable for students to use.