# Worksheet: Making Teen Numbers with Tens and Ones

In this worksheet, we will practice decomposing the numbers 11–19 into a ten and some ones.

Q1:

Sophia used base ten blocks to make a number. How many ones are there?

What is the number?

Q2:

Twelve is composed of 1 ten and ones.

Q3:

Decompose this number to complete the number bond. Q4:

Candy canes are sold in packs of 10 and as single candy canes. Charlotte needs 14 for her party. How many packs and singles does she need to buy from the store?

• A1 pack of ten and 4 singles
• B10 packs of ten and 4 singles
• C4 packs of ten and 1 single

Q5:

Complete the equation using the ten frame. Q6:

Daniel needs to buy 17 oranges.

Pick one way to buy 17 oranges.

• A • B • C What part of the picture matches the digit 1 in 17?

• A1 bag of 10 oranges
• B7 bags of 10 oranges
• C1 bag of 7 oranges

What part of the picture matches the digit 7 in 17?

• A70 extra oranges that are not in a bag
• B7 extra oranges that are not in a bag
• C7 bags of 10 oranges

Q7:

Find the card to match the ten frames. • A • B • C Q8:

If , how is 18 composed?

• A
• B
• C

Q9:

Find the pair of ten frames that matchesthe sentence. • A • B • C Q10:

Which picture shows the equation ?

• A • B • C Q11:

Pick the digit cards that make the number shown in the ten frames. • A • B • C Q12:

Pick the pair of number cards that show the numbers in the ten frames. • A • B • C Q13:

Think about the number that is ten and three more. Use ten frames to show the number.

• A • B • C Pick the number.

• A • B • C Q14:

Olivia used counters to show a number. Pick the cards that show how many counters there are.

• A • B • C Pick the number.

• A • B • C Q15:

Look at how Sophia has made the number 13 from tens and ones. What number does this table show? 