Learning to add by 10.
Kids usually pick this skill up quickly. The area where they stumble is when they there is a 9 in the tens place and they have to regroup. Practice makes progress. With just a little bit of practice students should be able to quickly master this skill.
Grade often used by:
1st Grade | 2nd Grade | 3rd Grade
Math | Measurement and Data | Place Value
Common Core State Standard:
If you teach kids about expanded form, they can:
Develop their understanding of place value. The expanded form helps kids learn the value of each digit in a number, which is a crucial place value concept.
Improve their mental math skills: When kids understand expanded form, they can break up numbers into smaller parts, making adding and subtracting easier.
Help them learn how the base-10 number system works: Expanded form helps kids understand how the base-10 number system works, which is essential for learning more advanced math concepts.
Overall, teaching kids about expanded form can help them build a strong foundation in math and prepare them for more advanced math concepts.