the one on the the left hand bottom
Are they not all the same? The bottom left can not be rotated to look like the others but in a 10 frame do they all not have 6? This is a new concept for me never learned 10 frames
Sorry typo do they not all have 5
Yep they all have 5. Different children will see this different ways which is the real power of these. What this scenario develops is an understanding that 5 can be made up in different ways and that the orientation does not change the ‘fiveness’ of the number. A critical conceptual understanding for children. Great question about how this all works!
THE ONE ON THE LEFT HAND BOTTOM.
the one on the left bottom
Non are missing
On the bottom one is not strayt
the one that has the dots out of place o n the bottom left.
They all have 5 in their boxes but the bottom left one does not have 5 in a row like the others
Sophia noticed the pattern however she thought it was too obvious. she overthought it.
The one in the bottom left corner is the most different to me because it has cirlces that do not line up like the others.
I would say the one on the bottom right. The other 3 frames are all horizontally oriented and the one on the bottom right is vertical. 🙂
The one on the bottom left that is because for all the other ones they are in a line but in that one it is not in one line.????
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