Teen Numbers

Teen Numbers

Use the Base 10 system as you explain teen numbers to your child. Group 10 dots, or other items, alongside a group of fewer than 10 items. For example: 13 is a set of 10, plus three more.
Incorporate the Base 10 system into your teen numbers lesson. Show students that a teen number is a group of ten, plus some ones.

Elements of Nonfiction Books

Elements of Nonfiction Books

When reading nonfiction books with your child, make sure to point out nonfiction features such as labels and diagrams.
As you begin your nonfiction reading unit, introduce students to nonfiction features such as labels and diagrams.
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