Year 2

# Representing 2-digit numbers (Part 1)

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- In this lesson, we will represent how many tens and ones there are in numbers within 100 in different ways and then representing these numbers on a number line.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

Option 1

Option 2

Option 4

Q2.

What multiple of ten do these Dienes represent?

6

60

7

Q3.

Which part-whole model matches the Dienes representation below?

Option 1

Option 3

Option 4

Q4.

Here is a representation of the number 90. How many more tens are needed to make 100?

0

10

2

Q5.

Here is a representation of the number 40. How many more tens are needed to make 100?

0

5

60

### 5 Questions

Q1.

What number do these strawberries represent?

34

7

70

Q2.

Which bead string image represents the number line below?

Option 2

Option 3

Option 4

Q3.

Which bead string image represents the number line below?

Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Q4.

The value of the digit 3 in my number is 3 ones. My number is less than 45. The digit in the tens place is one less than 5. What is my number?

34

35

45

Q5.

The value of the digit 4 in my number is 4 tens. My number is less than 45. The digit in the ones place is one less than 2. What is my number?

24

34

43