This task supports a couple of different standards in first grade, but I feel it best fits 1.OA.B.3 if used with the Act 2 problem “there are three groups of five and four more.” It would fit standard 1.NBT.B.2 if using the Act 2 prompt “there is one group of ten and nine more.”
It would be a great place to start before introducing counting on with coins in second grade for standard 2.MD.C.8.
What do you notice? What do you wonder?
How many candy bars are in the bag?
1.OA.B.3: There are three groups of five and four more
1.NBT.B.2: There is one group of ten and nine more