This worksheet is designed to improve pupils' understanding of numbers. Using a fun and practical approach, it presents cookies carrying ten chocolate chips each to signify tens and individual chocolate chips to represent ones. The worksheet contains four problems, with spaces to fill in the number of tens, ones, and the chocolate chip count.

Teaching Place Value- Tens and Ones to young kids involves helping them understand that in a two-digit number, the first digit represents the number of tens, and the second digit represents the number of ones. For example, in '25', there are 2 tens and 5 ones. You can use physical objects like blocks or beads that kids can group into sets of ten to help visualize this concept. Children should know that the position of a digit in a number impacts its value.