## 0-50Exploring - Blake Education

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Introduction Exploring 0 - 50 Numeration At last! Here are more than 60 carefully sequenced teaching ideas for developing numeration skills for numbers 0 - 50 with your students. Making your life easier has been a major aim in this series. With the suggested activities, the 40 blackline masters, the sample programs and the outcome indicators, you’ll find planning your numeration program for the year is now so manageable. A summary at the start of each unit identifies the key mathematical ideas. There are enough suggestions in each unit to have up to a whole class studying that topic for at least a week! The Sample Weekly Program shows you one way to do this. Every activity is fun, easy-to-implement and easy-to-understand. Each one is carefully designed to maximise the way in which your students build up their knowledge of our Base 10 counting system. Students are encouraged to think and work mathematically with an emphasis on mental recall and practical manipulation of objects. A second book, Exploring 0 - 50 (Operations), covers simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with whole numbers to 50. The third resource in this set are discussion cards, the Numbers to 50 Picture Pack which support the ideas in both books with 23 large colour pictures. Together they provide you with the practical number resources you need to keep both your young students and you keen and motivated. Look forward to sharing the joys of exploring numbers to 50 with your students.

Copyright Bev Dunbar MATHS Matters 2000 Reprinted 2003, 2007 Exploring 0 – 50 (Numeration) ISBN-13: 978 186509 143 3 ISBN-10: 186509 143 X Published by Blake Education Locked bag 2022 Glebe NSW 2037 www.blake.com.au Illustration and design by Janice Bowles

Additional illustrations pages 49 - 57 by Jane Schneider Illustration on page 75 suppplied by: IMSI’s MasterClips Collection, 1875 Francisco Blvd, San Rafael CA 94901-5506, USA.

Printed by Printing Creations The blackline masters in this book may be reproduced by the original purchaser for use with their class(es) only.

Contents How to use this book

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Revisiting 0 - 9

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Exploring 10 - 90

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Exploring 11 - 19

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Exploring 1 - 50

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Outcome Indicators

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Sample Yearly Program

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Sample Weekly Program

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How to use the activities

Over 60 easy-to-use activities exploring numeration to 50 have been placed into four separate units to enable you to readily plan and implement activities for the whole class, groups and individuals. You’ll never run out of ideas for what to teach your students again!

Grouping strategies

Start by revisiting the numbers 0 - 9 then look at groups of 10 from 10 - 90 from as many perspectives as possible. Next, explore 11-19 where you’ll now be able to see each number as a group of 10 and extras. Build on these place value understandings in the final unit by exploring numbers from 21 - 50 and beyond.

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Each activity includes coded Outcome Indicators to help your planning, programming and unit assessment. This shows h