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What is this lesson?

Do you know your numbers? You already learned numbers one through ten in The ABC's DVD, and now it's time to learn some more numbers! Ten, eleven, twelve....

Numbers 10 through 20 have to be especially studied, since the names of these numbers are unique. You write 41 as forty-one, 21 as twenty-one, but you write 11 as eleven! These numbers tend to be some of the most tricky that students will learn. And it's important that students know these numbers COMPLETELY, so that they can be accurate when they're using numbers to talk about exact amounts. Fifty dollars and fifteen dollars sound similar, but are very different.

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How do I teach this lesson?

This lesson repeats the numbers 10 through 20 several times, counting both up and down. This lesson takes lots of repetition. Use flashcards, counting, and games to teach this lesson well and completely.

The Clothes Pin Game works well to teach this lesson. In a set amount of time, have students put as many clothes pins as the can in a cup, using another clothes pin to pick them up. When the time runs out, have the students count their clothes pins out loud. Help them with numbers they don't know; repetition is critical.

Also, you can play the Hooks Test-Try Game, and afterwards have the students count their hooks. You can have students pair up and count their hooks together to give practice on bigger numbers. But make sure the students are confident with the smaller numbers first. Start simple, and build from there.

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Materials Links

The following materials are available for this lesson:

Flashcards: Go to Flashcard downloads

<Download Numbers 10-20 flashcards>

Games: Go to Flashcard games / Go to Clothes Pin Game / Go to Hooks Test-Try Game

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