Contents : 20 yellow units, 8 green rods and a printed blue flat in a plastic box with lid.
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- Recognize and use structures in number recognition.
- Varied exercises for bundling: How many units make a ten-bar? How many tens make a hundreds plate?
- Use the structure of the tens system (bundling, place value) in a planned and systematic way and justify relationships between different number representations (e.g., place value notation, graduated notation: 134 → 1H 3T 4U, number word, units cube / rods of ten / hundred flats).
- Minus and plus tasks in the hundreds space.
- Add to the full hundred
- Laying out given numbers