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120 Counting Chart
Lesson 6.1- Count by Ones to 120

Question? How can knowing a counting pattern help you count to 120?
Objective: Count by ones to extend a counting sequence up to 120.
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Lesson 6.2- Count by Tens to 120

Question? How do numbers change as you count by tens to 120?
Objective: Count by tens from any number to extend a counting sequence up to 120.
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Lesson 6.3- Understand ten and ones

Question? How can you use different ways to write a number as tens and ones?
Objective: Use models and write to represent equivalent forms of tens and ones.
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Lesson 6.4- Hands on- Make Ten and Ones

Question? How can you show a number as ten and ones?
Objective: Use objects, pictures, and numbers to represent a ten and some ones.
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Lesson 6.5- Hands on- Tens

Question? How can you model and name groups of ten?
Objective: Use objects, pictures, and numbers to represent tens.
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Lesson 6.6- Hands on- Tens and Ones to 50

Question? How can you group cubes to show a number as tens and ones?
Objective: Group objects to show numbers to 50 as tens and ones.
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Lesson 6.7-Hands on- Tens and Ones to 100

Question? How can you show numbers to 100 as tens and ones?
Objective: Group objects to show numbers to 100 as tens and ones.
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Lesson 6.8- Problem Solving- Show Numbers in Different Ways

Question? How can making a model help you show a number in different ways?
Objective: Solve problems using the strategy make a model.
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Lesson 6.9- Hands on- Model, Read, and Write Numbers from 100 to 110

Question? How can you model, read, and write numbers from 100 to 110?
Objective: Read and write numerals to represent a number of 100 to 110 objects.
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Lesson 6.10- Hands on- Model, Read, and Write Numbers from 110 to 120

Question? How can you model, read, and write numbers from 110 to 120?
Objective: Read and write numerals to represent a number of 110 to 120 objects.
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