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Grade-one students will take what they know about base ten counting and decide what the base ten model represents. Students who know the difference between a hundred, ten and one, will be able to quickly see what number the models represent. If they aren't comfortable with the models yet, they can also count the squares to help them find the number to answer the problems. As they count the base ten blocks, they will begin to see that the hundred always has 100, the ten always has ten, etc. Download this worksheet by ArgoPrep.
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Grade-one students will love this counting worksheet using base ten models. Students will learn about base ten through counting the blocks to discover what the number is it represents. As students work through the worksheet, they will begin to see that the larger squares are always 100, the tens rods are always ten and small squares are 1. This worksheet will also help students learn about future addition problems involving decimals because it is important to know place value when adding with decimals. The pictorial representation of the numbers will also help prepare students for how to work with adding with regrouping in the future because they will have a stronger understanding of place value and what each place represents. Grade one students will begin to see how a one in the one's place represents a very different number than a one in the hundred's place and vice-versa. This free teacher-created worksheet is an excellent resource for grade-one students.