# Numbers 10 to 1

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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to arrange number towers in order from 10 to 1 and describe the pattern.

Topic H: One Less Than with Numbers 0 to 10

Lesson 35 Concept Development and Problem Set

Draw a snow girl that is 3 snowballs high. Next to her, draw a little snow boy with 1 less. How many snowballs are in your snow boy? Compare your pictures with your friend’s.

Color the group of 5 grey cubes orange. Then count all the cubes in each tower and write how many. What do you notice?

Count the number of cubes in a stair. Cross off the top cube. Use your words to say, “10. One less is nine. 9. One less is eight.” Keep going all the way to the bottom of the stairs! Write how many cubes are in the stairs after you cross off the top cube.

1. How did you count the cubes? Is there any easier way to count them? Did it help to color the 5 cubes? How did that help?
2. Did you notice a pattern when you counted the cubes? How was it different from counting cubes in Lesson 30?
3. What did you notice about the stairs where you crossed off the top square? Let’s start with the first tower and repeat the words you said. “10. 1 less is 9.” Keep going as a whole group. Have students repeat this with their partners.

Lesson 35 Homework

Count and color the cubes in the tower. Cross the top cube off and write the number. Continue the next tower with 1 less cube until there are no towers left.

Learning Goal

I can arrange number towers from 10 - 1.

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