In Module 5, Topic A, students count two separate parts within teen numbers, 10 ones and some ones. They start by counting piles of 10 straws to understand 10 ones. In Lesson 2, students separate 10 ones and some ones from within teen quantities using an egg carton cut off to have 10 compartments. Continuing with decomposing, in Lesson 3, students circle 10 ones within teen quantities at the pictorial level. In Lessons 4 and 5, students count their 10 ones and some ones to 20 the Say Ten way (e.g., ten one, ten two, ten three, ten four, ten five, ten six, ten seven, ten eight, ten nine, 2 ten).
In kindergarten, students will learn to count all the way to 100, by ones and by tens! But wait—Can they count to 100… starting from 29? Twenty-eight… Twenty-nine… Umm… twenty-ten? This is a free resource from PBS that can be used to teach students how to count on from any given number ending in nine.
Learn about counting in bundles of tens in this fun clip from the Odd Squad. Miss O coaxes her old partner out of retirement to solve an old case.
Learn about counting in bundles of fives and tens with the Odd Squad. Miss O and O'Donahue investigate some pies missing from the bakery.
Follow three young bird watchers as they count how many birds they can find outside. The bird watchers count how many cardinals, blue jays, and goldfinches they can find outside, then learn how to chart the results.
Learn about using a number line with the Odd Squad. Agents Olive and Otto help Oscar figure out which Oscarbots are missing by using a number line to count the total number of Oscarbots.