## Number and Operations in Base Ten

Stations

Learning stations support students as they build understanding of the base ten system by providing the time and space they need to practice these skills. Teachers may also use these stations to help students fill in unfinished learning. For example, a first grade teacher may recognize that a student is struggling with the teen number counting sequence. The teacher could work with the student to practice the skill using teen number station materials. Then the student can practice the skill during learning station time using the same materials.

The progression of base ten learning builds upon these major concepts.

- Understanding teen numbers as a group of ten ones and some extra ones

- Extending the counting sequence to 120

- Understanding place value - tens

- Using the understanding of place value and the properties of operations to add and subtract

- Understanding place value - hundreds

- Using expanded form and word form to express quantities and numbers

- Using the understanding of place value and the properties of operations to add and subtract

The progression of base ten learning builds upon these major concepts.

**Kindergarten -**- Understanding teen numbers as a group of ten ones and some extra ones

**First Grade -**- Extending the counting sequence to 120

- Understanding place value - tens

- Using the understanding of place value and the properties of operations to add and subtract

**Second Grade -**- Understanding place value - hundreds

- Using expanded form and word form to express quantities and numbers

- Using the understanding of place value and the properties of operations to add and subtract

Click on the pictures below to see learning stations for the different areas of Number and Operations in Base Ten.

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