A fun way to explore the use of base ten blocks to build two-digit numbers.
Use this resource when learning about place value and two-digit numbers.
Print, cut and assemble the tens dice and the ones (units) dice. Students are required to roll both dice and then record the number that they have generated in the correct place on the place value worksheet.
As an extension activity, use the blank dice template to draw tens blocks 40-90 and ones (units) blocks 4-9, and explore number up to 99.
Australian Curriculum alignment
Count collections to 100 by partitioning numbers using place value
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