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# Place Value: reSolve Garden

Students learn that 10 ones can be grouped together to form a unit of 1 ten, and they apply this knowledge to two-digit numbers.

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### Task 1 • How many seeds?

Students learn that grouping individual items into units helps us to keep track of the count and facilitates efficient counting strategies.

Place Value: reSolve Garden
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### Task 2 • Making tens

Students learn to group 10 ones to form a unit of 1 ten.

Place Value: reSolve Garden
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### Task 3 • Planting seeds

Students learn to connect the number of tens in a collection to the number of ones.

Place Value: reSolve Garden
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### Task 4 • Planting 50

Students build their understanding that 10 ones can be grouped to form a unit of 1 ten.

Place Value: reSolve Garden
Build
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### Task 5 • Planting more seeds

Students learn to trust that a unit of 1 ten will always contain 10 ones.

Place Value: reSolve Garden

## Suggested implementation

This time plan is just one way that you might choose to implement this sequence. We have used a warm-up activity at the start of most lessons, and some tasks are split across two lessons. Task 3 introduces the powerful mathematical idea that 10 ones are equal to 1 ten, which is explored further in the Task 4 Build activity. We have repeated Task 3 and the Build activity to give students time to explore this powerful mathematical idea.

The timing provided in the tasks’ documentation align with this implementation advice. This is one way that you might implement this sequence.

Week 1Week 2
Monday

Task 1 • How many seeds?

• Warm-up
• Launch and Explore
• Connect
• Summarise

• Play the game Planting 50
Tuesday

• Launch and Explore
• Gallery walk
• Connect
• Summarise

• Launch and Explore
• Connect
• Summarise
Wednesday

• Warm-up
• Complete Task 2 again with a different packet of seeds

Task 5 • Planting more seeds

• Warm-up
• Launch and Explore
Thursday

• Warm-up
• Launch and Explore

Task 5 • Planting more seeds

• Warm-up
• Connect
• Summarise
Friday

• Warm-up
• Connect
• Summarise

• Play the game Planting 50

## Curriculum and syllabus alignment

### Achievement standards

Students connect number names, numerals and quantities, and order numbers to at least 120. They demonstrate how one- and two-digit numbers can be partitioned in different ways and that two-digit numbers can be partitioned into tens and ones. Students partition collections into equal groups and skip count in twos, fives or tens to quantify collections to at least 120.