So, if Jacob first made 1 more paper airplanes he would have 10, and then he made 5 more, that would be 10 and 5, how much would 10 and 5 be?
If they're not there yet, keep working on it before you attempt the next steps. To use the make 10 strategy, the child recognizes that one of the addends is close to 10, and if you add on the other one, you will get more than Let's count.
However, students who struggle with math may require a slower introduction to making multiples of 10 as well as more assistance and practice.
Guiding Questions: What are the guiding questions for this lesson? Extensions: Ask students to think of examples of when this strategy does not work or is not the most efficient strategy.
How do you use the leftover counters below the ten frame to write an equation and find the sum? Next, they should write their new equation after making the ten on the recording sheet i.
Talk about how you borrowed 1 from the 5 and made it a 4 to give it to the 9 to make it a