Students experience division visually through dienes block manipulatives. Learners develop the skill of short division, including understanding of the carrying process. The lesson includes a sheet which can be copied and cut up in case a class set of dienes blocks is unavailable at your school.
Homemade Dienes blocks are a fantastic resource for many early mathematical topics including place value, zeros as placeholder, column addition and subtraction... I like to use the single digit monsters for extra impact/fun. The idea is that the monsters get angry if they have more than 9 (double digits). To see how this can be used and for fun ideas, see my single digit monsters YouTube playlist at Kiducation UK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZnNOmNxUgg&list=PLu7pIHvEIsL6R2w3FlAkm09Cf9xIuMWtg
This is a notebook file with a lesson on recognising tens and ones with diene blocks. plenty of interactive activities to complete and lots of examples.
Year 2 column addition with Dienes blocks
3 sheets for comparing numbers beyond 1000 using visual diene blocks. Students need to add the symbols < and > in the centre boxes.
A mat that can be blown-up to A3 and used with Dienes blocks/rods/cubes for addition and subtraction or place value.
2 worksheets to help visualise and count tens and ones using dienes blocks. Worksheets are for tens and ones.
3 days worth of worksheets, differentiated across 3 ability groups. Children to have access to dienes blocks/rods during the lesson. Children to begin to partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and ones! I hope this is useful to you.
This set of resources covers subtraction with the visual aid of diene blocks of 10s & units. The teaching resource is designed to be used on an interactive whiteboard for whole class teaching or on a computer for one-to-one tuition. You can keep on generating as many new questions as you need. The questions on the worksheets can be randomised so the one resource can be used for classwork, revision, homework etc and different questions will be seen every time. An answer sheet is produced every time. Both the worksheets & teaching resources are set at two levels. For the first, the sum of the units are always below 10 , the second set requires composing or regrouping 10 ones as 1 ten. Watch the video for a quick view & tutorial about these resources. There is also a set of resources covering ADDITION with dienes which can be found [here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12517841). Note This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers. For more guidance on helping pupils understand this topic and others in Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel
In this video we begin by use Dienes Base 10 blocks as a concrete resource to help children understand how to add 10 and 100 to any number. We then progress to recording the concrete resources pictorially. We initially look at calculations where only the tens or hundreds columns are affected. We then progress to looking at what happens when other columns are also affected.
Arrow cards to show place value. Colours match to the Dienes blocks. Help children follow place value and its principles
This set of resources covers addition up to 1000 with the visual aid of dienes. There are 4 levels of questions: No exchange or regrouping . Exchange of units (units add up to more than 10) Exchange of 10s( 10s add up to more than 100) Exchange of 10s and units, both 10s and units need regrouping. At each level there are 2 sets of worksheets with answers Worksheets a: both numbers to be added are represented by numbers and dienes, so the dienes are basically a support tool. Worksheets b: pupils have to deduce the two numbers to be added from the dienes blocks and then do the sum. So in all there are 8 differentiated worksheets to choose from. The questions on each of the worksheets can be randomised at the click of a button, so the one resource can be used any number of times for classwork, revision, homework etc. An answer sheet is produced every time. For a teaching resource for use with an Interactive Whiteboard, and Worksheets on addition up to 100 with dienes go to: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/addition-to-100-with-dienes-worksheets-and-iwb-teaching-resource-12517841 Note This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers. For more guidance on helping pupils understand this topic and others in Mathematics go to [ “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel ]https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0CFIjIKNVXmsyXXc5pzbuA/videos)
2 digit addition within 100 worksheet, using dienes/base 10 blocks. Additions require no regrouping/exchange. Lower ability and higher ability included.
3 digit addition within 1000 worksheet, using dienes/base 10 blocks as visual aid. Additions do not require regrouping/exchanging. Lower and higher ability activities included.
3 digit addition within 1000 activity, using dienes/base 10 blocks for visual aid. Activity requires children to regroup tens into hundreds. Lower and higher ability activities included.
3 digit subtraction to 1000 worksheet, using dienes/base 10 blocks for visual aid. Activities require children to regroup their tens into ones. Lower, middle and higher ability included.
2 digit addition crossing 100 worksheet, using dienes/base 10 blocks for visual aid. Additions involve regrouping/exchanging. Lower ability and higher ability activities included.
2 digit addition within 100 worksheet, using dienes/base 10 blocks for visual support. Additions require regrouping/exchanging ones into tens. Lower ability and higher ability activities included.
2 digit subtraction to 100 worksheet, using dienes/base 10 blocks as visual aid. Subtractions require no regrouping/exchanging. Lower, middle and higher ability activities included.
3 digit subtraction to 1000 worksheet, using dienes/base 10 blocks for visual aid. Activity requires children to regroup hundreds for tens. Lower, middle and higher activity included.