## Identifying Numerals 10-90

## Exercise 2

MATERIAL:

- Seguin Tens Boards
- Slotted boards with the numbers 10 to 90 under each other.
For ease of handling, there are two boards. They are numbered
from 10 - 50 on the first board and 60 - 90 on the second.
However, they are always used together, so that the child always sees
the numbers from 10 - 90 in sequence.

PURPOSE:

- To teach the names 10 to 90 in association with the numerals

AGE:

- 4 years and older

EXERCISE:

- The child has learned the names with the quantities, so now he
can be given all the names of the numerals in one lesson. The
three period lesson is used.

Period 1

- The teacher points to each numeral in sequence and gives the
name. She repeats this once or twice.

Period 2

- The teacher asks the child to point out any numeral she asks
for. For example, "Show me seventy," or, "Which is thirty?"

Period 3

- The teacher points to different numerals, and the child names
them.

Summary

- The teacher and child name the numerals 10 to 90 in sequence.