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Yesterday we started learning about tens and ones. Today we are carrying on with this. It is tricky so if you need some real things to practise, this is okay! Think pasta, Lego, peas or anything really that you can find at home. You could also try to make your own tens frames, out of lolly sticks stuck together or egg boxes (a 12 box and cut two compartments off). We are working on 20 so you will need two tens frames. 
Now have a go at the activity below. 
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