Year 2 Adding 2 Digit Numbers and Tens Not Crossing 100 With Same 10s Lesson Teaching Pack

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  • SEN

    , Oct 1st
  • I was looking for resources for my granddaughter. As a retired teacher I am impressed with this package . These activities would be useful for schools to leave for supply teachers. You have used images which mimic Diennes or base 10
    resources as well as Numicon or "Squares" .

    , Sep 25th
Year 2 Adding 2 Digit Numbers and Tens Not Crossing 100 With Same 10s Lesson Teaching Pack

Year 2 Adding 2 Digit Numbers and Tens Not Crossing 100 With Same 10s Lesson Teaching Pack - One of a series of PowerPoints demonstrating how to add two-digit numbers and tens. This focuses on addition that uses addition facts up to 10 and adds the same 10 each time.
This zip file contains:
  • 0 100 Number Line for Use with Powerpoint [PDF]
  • Adding 2 Digit Numbers and Tens Not Crossing 100 With Same 10s Worksheet and Answers [PDF]
  • Numberline Powerpoint [PPT]
  • Starter Activities Powerpoint [PPT]
  • Counting Shapes Powerpoint [PPT]
  • Number Square Powerpoint [PPT]
  • Main Activities [PPT]
  • Base 10 Powerpoint [PPT]

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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Maths » Keystage 1 » Year 2 » Number - Addition and Subtraction » Add and subtract numbers using concrete objects, pictorial representations, and mentally » Add and subtract numbers using a two-digit number and tens
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