This is a Math Center with a football theme to help children practice different ways to make a number. They choose a number on one of the footballs and find the two other footballs that show that number in a different way. For example, 123, 1 hundred 2 tens 3 ones, and 100 + 20 + 3.
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Develop a strong number sense with these printables! Simply write a number or roll a dice, then write many different ways to show that number. This set contains three printables that can be used for the numbers 1-10, 11-20, and 21-30.
Appropriate for grades K-1 students.
- Print each chart on a h
This product is designed to teach, review, or assess the understanding of different ways to make a number. There is an I can/heading page and recording sheet for all numbers 5-10. (Copy/ Print the I can and recording sheet front and back) The I can/ Heading page is intended to let parents and othe
Here is a pack with both the basic and advanced "Different Ways to Make a Number". This pack includes five practices for each the basic and advanced forms in both color and black and white. It also provides you with a blank master that you can print off and write in your own numbers. I hope you stud
In this resource you will receive:
Fact Family Penguin Printable Craft
Different Ways to make a Number Penguin Craft
I've used this penguin craft to reinforce my students' understanding of fact families. I've also used it to teach them how to come up with a number using different equations.
This is very similar to the Basic version except the Advanced version adds in Tally Marks and Money. Look for the Different Ways to Make a Number Pack in my store. In it you will receive masters for both the basic and advanced versions in both color and black and white along with 5 practice pages to
Students will need to find ways to make the number. Using different methods. Daily warm up or math warm up. Check out my freebies.
Helps reinforce coins, tally's, number recognition, adding and subtraction. Numbers 5-100 for daily use.
One challenge for students is being able to show different ways to make one number. Using this sheet they will be able to practice this skill. Look for the Different Ways to Make a Number Pack in my store. In it you will receive masters for both the basic and advanced versions in both color and blac
These first grade and kindergarten activities are perfect to help students gain awareness of the numbers 0-20. Students practice ordering numbers, comparing numbers, building numbers, and identifying different ways to make the numbers 0-20.
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This 26 page product will help you to teach your student to recognize 4 different ways of making a number. Included in this packet are 4 games of I Have, Who Has?
** I Have, Who Has ? Numbers to 20
** I Have, Who Has ? Ten Frames to 20
** I Have, Who Has ? Tally Marks to 20
** I Have,
Who doesn't like bubble gum?! Updated on 10/1 - now includes blank gumball machine to have your kiddos make their own gumball ways to make a number. Use these NO PREP common core aligned cut & paste printables as a math center, morning work, classwork, guided math work, or even as homework. Y
Who doesn't like bubble gum?! Use these NO PREP common core aligned cut & paste printables as a math center, morning work, classwork, guided math work, or even as homework. You get one printable sheet for every number from 1 to 20. Each printable sheet has a blank gumball machine and 10 gumba
This set of practice pages allows students to compose and decompose numbers from 2-10 using mini erasers, two sided counters, or unifix cubes (not included). Children will build numbers using different combinations and write the corresponding number sentences for each combination they create.
The Preview is a sample of a few FULL pages and does not include all the pages in the resource.
This is a great product to use to teach your students all the different ways to represent the numbers 10-20. I have also included the number 25. It allows your students to really grasp the understand
Looking for a fun way to work with students on decomposing or "breaking" the numbers 1-5? This printable book, "Many Ways to Make Numbers" by Kindergarten Whale Tales is designed to help students master the concept of decomposing numbers 1-5 through using manipulatives and recording all of the diffe
Help students understand number combinations, number composition, and the commutative property by using these popcorn, movie-themed math facts sorts.
Each set of facts (sums of 5-20) comes with a separate popcorn box and recording sheet. Students sort math facts based on their sum, showing differe
Here you will find 21 mini-posters for your classroom! (Each is 8 1/2 x 11 size) There is a poster for each number 0-20. Each poster shows the number, the number word, and several different ways to represent each number. (with dice, dominoes, tally marks, ten frames, placement on the number line,
This is a wonderful resource to help kids understand the ways to make different numbers. We use this at station time and my kids absolutely love it! I put them in clear pockets in a binder so they are re-usable. =)
Representing numbers in a variety of ways addresses CCSS NBT.1
You can use this activity 2 different ways:
1 - With this fun activity students will practice their math skills as well as their fine motor skills as they cut out each of the puzzle pieces. Once cut, the pieces fit together to show four
As you teach your students the numbers 1-10 you can have them practice with these sorting pages that show different ways to make each number.
These are great for morning work practice, centers and homework!
There is a page to sort numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4.
There is a page for sorting numbers 5, 6, 7
Do your students need extra practice with understanding the concept of finding different ways to make a number? Then you need to add this Center package to your collection of Math Centers. Four different centers are in this set, which can involve many of your students at once. These centers are ki
Students will learn ways to decompose and make numbers with this activity. They will use two different counters or a dry erase marker (if laminated) to make the number on each worksheet. After laying out the counters, students will write an addition sentence based on how they used their counters. Th
I love when I see kids using their higher level thinking skills and trying to solve problems on their own. When they use their creativity and schema, that's when the light bulbs go on and problems get solved.
These posters, Let Me Count the Ways, are a set of posters that show students all the d
This packet includes activities to practice decomposing numbers from 3 through 10 using manipulatives and recording sheets. The number three sheet is used to teach how to decompose and make 4 different addition problems that equals three. After the students understand decomposing numbers with the nu
This is the perfect assessment for determining how well your students know the different ways to show numbers, plus it’s cute and fun! I have included friendly ghost cards labeled with representations of the numbers 1-10 (cubes, groups of objects, number words, ten frames, etc.), as well as additio
These posters show different ways to make a number using the numbers 1-10. I usually start out the year showcasing these posters in my room, and my students create numbers like these for various numbers above 10 each year.
Here you will find 10 mini-posters (printable on 8 1/2 x 14 paper) for your classroom! There is a poster for each number 11-20. Each poster shows the number, the number word, and several different ways to represent each number. (with dice, dominoes, tally marks, ten frames, placement on the numbe
What’s the Scoop? WHAT? Oh it is Different Ways to Make Numbers...of course!
Your students will love this interactive hands on game and it has SO MANY USES!
This packet can be used in many ways:
◈ It can be a math station in which students mat
Here you will find 21 mini-posters for your classroom! (Each is 8 1/2 x 11 size) There is a poster for each number 0-20. Each poster shows the number, the number word (in Spanish), and several different ways to represent each number. (with dice, dominoes, tally marks, ten frames, placement on the
This is a set of circle maps, with a number from 3-10 in the middle. Students will use 2 different colors to draw circles on the tens frame to make the number in the middle. Students will try to make the number a different way in each tens frame. (For numbers 7-10 you might want to do double sided s
Help your students develop number sense and flexibility with numbers. In this investigative math center, students will pick a target number and use counters/blocks to make the number. Then, students will break the number into groups and record the number sentence made. The challenge is to make diffe
Who doesn't like bubble gum?! Use these NO PREP common core aligned cut & paste printables as a math center, morning work, classwork, guided math work, or even as homework. You get 2 printable sheets for every number from 1 to 20. Each printable sheet has a blank gumball machine and 10 gumbal
This is a great way for the students to learn different ways to make numbers 1-10. It could be played in small groups or you can place it in your math center. Enjoy!
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I use these cards along with unifix cubes to help my students learn the different ways to make the numbers 2-20 with addition and subtraction facts. There are also 2 go fish games attached, one is number fluency to 10 and the other is to 20. I have also included a page for the students to practice
In my "Ways to Make a Number" set your students will be able to explore various addition strategies through sorting facts. Adding manipulatives such as counters would make this an excellent math center! Your students will enjoy the fun graphics too.
This set includes:
8 different sorting mats and c
I created this to use with my first grade students. We will be working on the different ways to make the numbers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. To use this, simply use different colors to shade in the boxes all the different ways to make that number. Then write in the numbers on the blank lines!
Build on your students understanding of numbers and place value by using this activity during your Math rotations. Available in two levels of difficulty you can tailor the activity to your students ability.
To use have students roll a dice - two or three times depending in the level of difficulty (
Help your students develop number sense and flexibility with numbers. In this investigative math center, students will pick a board and use different coloured pencils or markers to shade circles. Then, students will write the number sentence made.
These can be used as worksheets or laminated as a w
My Kindergarten kids need to be fluent up to 5. They love the rekenreks so I made a read the room where they have to record the correct number combinations under the correct answer. This will give them extra practice
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Ways to Make Numbers 1-10 Puzzles
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This product is a set of 10 puzzles. Each puzzle has 4 pieces that show 4 different ways of showing a number.
Here you will find 21 mini-posters for your classroom! There is a poster for each number 0-20. Each poster shows the number, the number word, and several different ways to represent each number. (with dice, dominoes, tally marks, ten frames, placement on the number line, with your fingers and cou
Your students will love sorting the different parts to the snowman to build a big snowma. How fast can they quickly identify the numbers? Included in this is number ID, number words, finger patterns, dominoes, dot cube and tally marks.
They will also love sorting these adorable penguins onto the wi
This product was designed to help students develop number sense and learn addition facts for numbers 3-10. Students should start at 3 and stay there until they truly master how to make 3 (3 & 0, 2 & 1, 1 & 2, 0 & 3), then they can move to 4, once again, mastering before moving on. Th
This activity is made for the Promethean Board. Students can move the beads on the bracelet to come up with different ways to make the numbers. There are also addition problems where the students will find the missing addend using number bracelets.
There are three separate Promethean activities i
It's Fall time!
That means it's time for Candy Corn!
Here is a fun way to review the ways to make numbers!
Students will choose 2 different numbers from 1-10 and show what it looks like in a domino and a ten frame. Then they color to look like a real Candy Corn!
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