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Subtraction Number Bond Templates and Ideas - Singapore Math

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I have included 10 templates for number bonds activities I use with my first graders to teach subtraction and problem solving. I explain what a number bond is and list ideas for students to create their own number bonds for subtraction problems. I also explain how I use the template with number cubes on it which can also be assigned for homework. These worksheets can be used with whole group, with partners, or at math stations. I include a math quiz and templates for writing number bonds for use with blocks, dominos and, word problems.
I created these worksheets to use with the Math in Focus - The Singapore Approach text books.
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On  January 29, 2012Pam's Pointers answered:
I made up the worksheets because I couldn't find number bond practice worksheets that I liked to use with my first grade class. Glad you like them.
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Great Singapore math worksheets. I am giving them lots of use in my 1A section this semester.
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On  September 8, 2011,  Buyer asked:
I have never heard of the number bonds. I have a first grade student who is struggling with addition and subtraction concepts. What number goes in the first circle, from which the other two extend?

Barbara Bailey bailey412@embarqmail.com
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On  September 8, 2011Pam's Pointers answered:
Number bonds are a way of writing different combinations of numbers that make up a number. The center circle is the whole number. The other circles are the parts it can be broken into. Seven can be broken in to 1 and 6 or 2 and 5 or 4 and 2 etc. Today I gave my first graders 7 unifix cubes and a worksheet (one of my templates) with 7 written in the center circle for 4 number bonds. I had them break off one cube and then write the two parts on the other circles. Then I had them write the number sentence 1 + 6 = 7. Then we broke off 2 to do the next problem, then 3, then 4. This could also be used for subtraction. They could have written 7-1 = 6. The number bonds help them see the relationship. To help my students I give them a card with two spots (bubble card from (Math Their Way) and have them put the two groups of unifix cubes in the two spots. This helps keep them from mixing their cubes up when they break them into two parts.
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Subtraction Number Bond Templates and Ideas - Singapore Math
Subtraction Number Bond Templates and Ideas - Singapore Math
Subtraction Number Bond Templates and Ideas - Singapore Math
Subtraction Number Bond Templates and Ideas - Singapore Math