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Year 2

# Represent multiples of ten using their numerals

I can represent multiples of ten using numbers.

New
New
Year 2

# Represent multiples of ten using their numerals

I can represent multiples of ten using numbers.

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. All multiples of ten end with a zero.
2. Multiples of ten are written with a zero as the ones digit.
3. This is the number ___ and the ___ represents ___ tens.

### Common misconception

Children may get the tens and teens numbers confused and may muddle up the digits when writing the numerals.

Show numbers on a place value chart and talk about what each number represents. Emphasise the relative value of the digits, focusing on the groups of 10 and how this is shown. Support pupils to generalise e.g. teen numbers always have one ten.

### Keywords

• Ones - Individual objects, grouped in ones.

• Tens - Groups of ten.

• Groups of 10 - Objects, grouped in tens.

• Multiple - A multiple is the result of multiplying a number by another whole number.

### Licence

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## Starter quiz

### 6 Questions

Q1.
Say the count. What number will Laura say next?
30
40
Q2.
Say the count. Laura is counting backwards. What number will Laura say next?
Q3.
Say the count. What number will Laura say next?
Q4.
Look at this section of a 100 square. What number is hidden by the counter?
Q5.
What is the value of the coins shown? pence.
Q6.
Complete: This coin is equal to one pence pieces.

## Exit quiz

### 6 Questions

Q1.
What number is being represented here?
30
50
60
Q2.
What number is being represented by the counters in the 100 square?
70
80
100
Q3.
Which sentence matches the image?
There are 0 tens and 3 ones. There are 03 pencils.
Correct answer: There are 3 tens and 0 ones. There are 30 pencils.
There are 1 tens and 3 ones. There are 13 pencils.
Q4.
Complete the missing number from the sentence. There are 6 groups of 10 pencils. There are pencils.