tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5055098504138674669.post3336560202813563548..comments2019-11-20T19:28:24.395+09:00Comments on jojoebi designs: The addition snake gamejojoebi-designshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17585345777385016260noreply@blogger.comBlogger5125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5055098504138674669.post-40141944901473825382009-10-13T14:49:39.709+09:002009-10-13T14:49:39.709+09:00the other way to do it is to make "snakes&quo...the other way to do it is to make "snakes" on paper ( i laminate them as I have 30 preschoolers!) use any and all numbers and start with the sum in tens (10, 20, 30, 40, etc). so you might have a snake that's 5+4+3+6+1+2+8+1.... the child lays out the colored beads to match and then "exchanges" the colored beads when he gets to ten... the white beads are what we call "place holders". I find that a half of a bread closer thing works well... ore the starbucks thing you put in your hot drink to keep it from spilling! :)Emilynoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5055098504138674669.post-89451488554328958702009-09-05T07:50:05.875+09:002009-09-05T07:50:05.875+09:00Annicles - I like that idea too, I might present t...Annicles - I like that idea too, I might present that as a 'new' piece of work - variation on a theme. Thanks.jojoebihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17585345777385016260noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5055098504138674669.post-86081600206430365292009-09-05T07:37:34.011+09:002009-09-05T07:37:34.011+09:00thanks Linda, I thought it might be something like...thanks Linda, I thought it might be something like that but I wasn't 100% sure.jojoebihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17585345777385016260noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5055098504138674669.post-51873736222266044402009-09-05T01:53:58.502+09:002009-09-05T01:53:58.502+09:00I was also taught to make 2 short bead stairs one ...I was also taught to make 2 short bead stairs one with the 1 at the top and the other with the 1 at the bottom. then you make the snake taking a bead from the top of each stair, so 1 and a 9, then a 2 and an 8, then a 3 and a 7 and so on. when you count you will find the pairs add up to 10 so you don't need the black and white stair. you put the 2 beads together as they are exchanged for a 10 bead bar and use these to illustrate bonds to 10.Annicleshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06691832473765718313noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5055098504138674669.post-31268194257023095742009-09-04T21:07:07.575+09:002009-09-04T21:07:07.575+09:00The white beads show after 5, so the child can see...The white beads show after 5, so the child can see that 5+1=6, 5+2=7, and can find those beads quickly without having to count.Lindarthttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02797196616629018678noreply@blogger.com