Two-Digit Numbers Resources

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Make Beaded Candy Cane Ornaments
Make Beaded Candy Cane Ornaments
Activity
Make Beaded Candy Cane Ornaments
Candy cane ornaments bring some cheer to your Christmas tree. Make a batch of candy cane ornaments with your child to practice patterning and fine motor skills.
Preschool
Math
Activity
Too Many Muggos
Too Many Muggos
Story
Too Many Muggos
Count to 100 with Muggo as he multiplies himself using his latest invention.
Kindergarten
Math
Story
Bigger Than Ten Song
Bigger Than Ten Song
Song
Bigger Than Ten Song
Lots of numbers are bigger than ten...but it's easiest to start with the teens. Learn what comes after ten with this funky song that goes all the way to 20.
Preschool
Math
Song
Ten Frame Song
Ten Frame Song
Song
Ten Frame Song
Ten is a helpful number to know for addition practice. Learn how ten frames can help you count into the teens faster with this sweet little ditty.
1st grade
Math
Song
Urple and Burple
Urple and Burple
Story
Urple and Burple
Learn about comparing numbers with these mischievous troll brothers.
1st grade
Math
Story
The Chocolate Shop
The Chocolate Shop
Story
The Chocolate Shop
Counting has never been so sweet! Work on counting backwards and forwards by getting behind the counter at a chocolate shop with Floyd and Cuz-Cuz.
Kindergarten
Math
Story
Snail Chores
Snail Chores
Story
Snail Chores
Kids practice counting up to 20 with this adorable read-along math story.
Preschool
Math
Story
Inequality Game
Inequality Game
Activity
Inequality Game
This competitive inequalities card game is a great way to help your child understand the connection between numerals and the values they represent.
1st grade
Math
Activity

Two-Digit Numbers Resources

Grasping two digit numbers requires several skills. These materials help with basic two digit number skills, such as counting, but also introduce concepts such as greater than, less than, or equal to. With fun options, like connect the dots, teaching two digit numbers will be easy, and then, your students will be ready for three digit numbers!