The Number 10
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The Number 10
In this video we explore the meaning of the number 10. We learn how to spell the number 10, look at pictures of the number 10, and explore what the number 10 represents. Take a look below to learn more about the number 10 meaning and what does the number 10 represent.
What Does the Number 10 Mean?
Let’s learn more about the number ten and how to write it with the following explanation. When someone talks about the number ten, they are talking about the number of things that you have. The number 10 means that there are ten items in a group!
10 the Number
The number ten has two little bumps that stick out to the right side. To write the number ten, we need to start at the very top line, make one curve that reaches the middle line, and another that goes to the bottom. There are different ways to trace the number 3, let's hear a rhyme to help! Hop, hop, can you see? Two bunny ears make a three! Can you practice tracing the number 3 with the video?
How do you spell the number 10? The number ten is spelled T E N!
Seeing the Number 10 - Summary
Today we learned all about the number ten, how to write the number ten, and groups of objects that represent the number ten.
Have you practiced yet? Watch this video again to practice tracing the number 10. After that, on this website, you can also find a worksheet for the number 10, images of the number 10, and exercises to practice the number 10.
Transcript The Number 10
Let's make room for "The Number Ten." "What's the number ten anyway?" Today we will learn about the number ten. When someone says there are ten things, they are talking about the number of objects. "Like the ten legs on my crab?" "Or our ten bowling pins?" That's right, Skylar and Henry. Those are great examples of the number ten. Can you see any other examples of the number ten in Henry and Skylar's room? The number ten on the ten dollar bill! Is there another example of the number ten? There are ten fingers on the gloves! What does the number ten look like? Skylar and Henry both have the number ten on their shirts! The number ten looks a little like a stick of butter and a loaf of bread. How do you write the number ten? To write the number ten, we make the number one first by starting at the very top line and pulling all the way down to the bottom line, then we make the zero next to it by starting at the very top line again and scooping down to the bottom line then scooping up to the same spot at the top! Let's practice drawing the number ten! Put your finger in the air and trace it with us! Now that is a great looking ten, thanks for helping! Can you help us launch the rocket? Let's count down from ten: ready, go. ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one, blast off! Today we learned all about the number ten. We learned about objects in sets of ten, the number ten, and how to write it! Up for a challenge? Watch this video again and see if you can find the ten cent dime, the tenth day of the tenth month, and ten rubber duckies hidden in the room! Comment below when you find them!