# Add Tens & Ones Worksheets

Printable place value worksheets for 1st Grade:
Ten and Ones (eg. 17 = __ ten and __ ones)
Count Tens & Ones (with pictures)
Count Tens & Ones (with place value charts)
Tens and Ones (eg. 73 = __ tens and __ ones)

Add Tens & Ones (with pictures)
Add Tens & Ones (eg. 60 + 4 = )
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### Add Tens & Ones Worksheets

Writing and interpreting two-digit numbers as addition sentences that combine tens and ones involve understanding the place value of each digit within the number.

1. Introduction to Place Value:
Start by reviewing or introducing the concept of place value. Remind students that the digits in a number represent different place values.
2. Tens and Ones Language:
Use language that emphasizes the tens and ones places. For example, in the number 36, explain that there are 3 tens and 6 ones.
3. Model with Objects:
Use physical objects like base-10 blocks or counters to model the addition of tens and ones. Show how to combine tens and ones to create a two-digit number.
4. Examples:
Provide examples of two-digit numbers and write them as addition sentences. For example: For the number 45:
40 + 5 = 45 (4 tens and 5 ones).
5. Practice with Numbers:

Have students practice writing two-digit numbers as addition sentences. Encourage them to break down the number into tens and ones. This will help the students gain a deeper understanding of how to write and interpret two-digit numbers as addition sentences that involve both tens and ones. This approach helps reinforce the concept of place value in a meaningful way.

Have a look at this video if you need to review how to interpret two-digit numbers as the sum of tens and ones.

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