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Children will practice adding numbers to ten in this online math lesson from I Know It. They will use counters, ten-frames, number bonds, blocks, and other objects to solve basic addition problems up to ten. Students will type the correct answer in the box provided or choose the correct answer.

I Know It is a math practice website geared toward elementary-aged students to help them build confidence and proficiency in their basic math skills. Students enjoy the easy-to-navigate, kid-friendly format, including bright colors, large icons, whimsical animated characters, and fun emojis that provide positive reinforcement when they answer the questions correctly. It almost feels as if they are playing an engaging, yet challenging, math game.

When students practice math skills on I Know It, they will find the following features across all their math lessons: a progress-tracker in the upper-right corner of the screen that shows them how many questions they've answered so far; a score-tracker that lets them know how many questions they've answered correctly so far; and a "hint" button that, if clicked, will show them a pictorial or written clue to help them answer the question correctly. If the students get a question wrong, a detailed explanation page pops up to show them the correct way to answer the question so they can learn from their mistake.

Additionally, students can click on the speaker icon in the upper-left corner of their screen to have the question read aloud to them in a clear voice. This is ideal for ESL/ELL students, or students who excel at auditory learning.

We hope that our interactive math lessons here on iKnowIt.com help your students gain confidence in their math abilities! Try out this "Addition to Ten" lesson today, and don't forget to browse our other math topics!

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Your subscription to I Know It will allow you to create a class roster, create individual student logins, view your students' scores for completed lessons, track students' progress, print and send progress reports, and so much more. You can also customize the math lessons to suit your students' needs, including turning off the animated characters or limiting the number of hints students can use in each lesson.

Your students will log in to a kid-friendly user interface where the easy-to-navigate homepage will direct them to work on the lessons you've given them under "My Assignments". They can also explore other math lessons at their grade level, or try out math lessons at different grade levels. In the student mode, grade levels will appear as "Level A", "Level B", and "Level C" instead of "Grade 1", "Grade 2", and "Grade 3". This allows teachers to assign math lessons based on the student's skill level.

This interactive math lesson is categorized as Level A. It may be appropriate for kindergarten or first grade students.

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Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Students should demonstrate the ability to add and subtract within twenty. They should be proficient in using strategies such as: making ten; decomposing a number leading to a ten; and creating equivalent but easier or known sums.

Addition Facts Drill within Ten (Level A)

In this math lesson, students will answer questions in a drill-like format. All math problems involve adding within ten. Students will type their answer into the space provided.

Making 10 (Level A)

Students will practice making ten in this online math game. They will fill in the missing number to complete the number sentence. They will be shown ten-frames, counters, and other objects to aid them. Students will type their answer in the blank space provided.