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# tens frames

## On and Off the Train

This is a level 2 number activity from the Figure It Out series. It relates to Stage 5 of the Number Framework.

## Counting Counts

This is a level 2 number activity from the Figure It Out series. It relates to Stage 5 of the Number Framework.

## Fizzing It Up

This is a level 2 number activity from the Figure It Out series. It relates to Stage 5 of the Number Framework.

## Compatible numbers to ten

These exercises and activities are for students to use independently of the teacher to practice number properties. Some of these activities would be suitable for homework. Others require follow-up during teaching sessions.

## Fabulous Fives

Instantly recognise patterns to 5, including finger patterns.

Instantly recognise patterns to 10, including finger and tens frame patterns.

Recall groupings of twos, threes, fives, and tens that are in numbers to 100 and the resulting remainders.

## Facts to 10

Count a set of objects in the range 1–10.

Instantly recognise patterns to 10, including finger and tens frame patterns.

Instantly recognise patterns to 10 including doubles.

Recall the facts up to 10, and the teen facts.

## Partitions

This unit is about partitioning whole numbers. It focuses on partitioning numbers to “make a ten” or a decade when adding whole numbers, for example 8 + 6 can be solved as (8 + 2) + 4. The unit uses measurement as a context.

In this unit students explore different ways to communicate and explain adding numbers within ten. The representations included are number lines, set diagrams, animal strips and tens frames.

## The Numbers Get Larger

This unit follows naturally from the Smart Doubling and Make a Ten units.
In this unit students are encouraged to develop part/whole addition and subtraction mental methods with multi-digit numbers.

## Make a Ten

This unit follows naturally from the Smart Doubling unit.
In this unit students are encouraged to further develop part/whole mental methods by using the strategy of "make a ten".