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These Task cards will help your students visualize 10 and how to find missing front addends in both places. Laminate and have students write directly on the cards, or use the answer sheet and have students write the full number sentence next to the correct letter. Included is an answer sheet for a
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Help your students develop their ability to find the difference by asking "how many more?" with this fun and engaging game! There are two versions; How many more to 10? and How many more to 20? Students will pick a card and place that many counters on the ten frame. Students then count the number
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Are you looking for ways to have your students sharpen their math fluency facts to 10? Then you will want these race to 10 games. This product includes: 10 frame flashcards 10 frame board games Directions for different board games Recording sheets to show equations or math thinking. These games co
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DIGITAL K-1st Grade MATH CENTER- How Many More to 10 Trolls (This resource has versions for Tablets/Ipads, Google Classroom, Google Slides, Powerpoint, and a recording sheet!) THE BEST PART IS THAT THIS RESOURCE IS A NO PREP CENTER!! This product contains an activity to practice the skill: How Many
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This cute little two player game is great for helping students reinforce those skills of counting up to 10. Students count the number of dots on the ladybug and determine how many more dots are needed to make ten. This quick little game is great for centers or partner work. You could also send th
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Teach missing addend. Benchmark numbers to 10. Outer space themed.
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Halloween is in the air! These are half sheet worksheets with ten frames, made up of Halloween characters. I use these as exit tickets after my whole group and small group instruction.
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Ten frames with different values 1-10 are given. Children are to determine how many more they would need to make 10, then write the corresponding number sentence. Great practice with subitizing, compliments of ten, and addition. Perfect for use as an independent Math Center.
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How Many More To Make 10 Practice Sheets Common Core Aligned: K.OA.1 Inside the Packet: -6 how many more to make 10 practice sheets Common Core Math Practice Sheets ENDLESS BUNDLE If you have any questions at all about this packet please email me at littlemindsatworkllc@gmail.com Visit my blog
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Celebrate Christmas while practicing common core math concepts. Print these out to use as practice sheets, or laminate them to use as activity mats with dry/erase markers. Students count up how many of the characters are colored in. Then they use the leftover, non-shaded characters to help them det
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Gingerbread Man, Numbers, Holiday, Seasonal *Available in a bundle!* The Gingerbread Man Math & Literacy BUNDLE Print these out to use as practice sheets, or laminate them to use as activity mats with dry/erase markers. Students count up how many of the characters are colored in. Then they u
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Penguins - How Many More Penguins Activity Sheets Print these out to use as practice sheets, or laminate them to use as activity mats with dry/erase markers. Students count up how many of the pictures are colored in. Then they use the leftover, non-shaded pictures to help them determine how many
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Print these out to use as practice sheets, or laminate them to use as activity mats with dry/erase markers. Students count up how many of the characters are colored in. Then they use the leftover, non-shaded characters to help them determine how many numbers more they need to get to five or ten. -
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This resource was designed to provide your students with plenty of practice with their subitizing and computation skills. Subitizing is a skill that greatly helps the development of number sense in early ages. The ability to recognize patterns in groups of objects helps students understand and bui
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How Many More to Make Five? {addition to 5 with part-part-whole and ten frames} “How Many More to Make Five?” includes math materials for two days (or more!) of lessons on teaching children how to find out how many more objects or pictures are needed to make a set of five. Children learn to use the
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Comparing Quantities Game and Center {How Many More} This game/activity will complement your math program and lessons to review comparing quantities and collections of objects! It will help your students - understand more/less - compare using 'groups of 2' - determine 'how many more/less' - begi
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How many more makes 10? For any number from 0 to 9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number. Engage students with this exciting power point game! Students will also practice writing their numbers 0 - 10 or equations. Perfect for the the Valentine time with this heart shaped
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These Task cards will help your students visualize 20 and how to find missing front addends in both places. Laminate and have students write directly on the cards, or use the answer sheet and have students write the full number sentence next to the correct letter. Included is an answer sheet for a s
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This resource helps students practice solving How many more? and How many less? questions in math. Students at different ability levels will solve these problems in different ways which may include: comparing counters or cubes, drawing dots and comparing, counting on from one number to the next, or
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BUNDLE AND SAVE!!!! 330 page set!! On sale for \$15 for a limited time. This set includes this product and 22 other story problem products! 11 Different Story Problem Types. Bought separately would cost \$33.00!! Common Core Standards require students to know how to solve many different types of wo
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Jack and the beanstalk, fairy tales, counting, math activities, how many more, counting up, Print these out to use as practice printables for students, or laminate them to use as activity mats with dry/erase markers. Or stick them in dry/erase plastic sleeves. Students count up how many of the c
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Teach with ten frames and number sentences to make 10. The pages in this set are scaffold for the beginning learner. They can also be used as remediation for your students who need additional practice. There are 4 pages of scaffolded practice pages, 6 pages of practice with the ten frame parti
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This Using Data to Tell How Many More or Less in a category is a resource for helping students compare numbers to determine the difference between the two. Students use picture graphs to answer questions about the graph and determine which category has more and which has fewer. This set includes 1
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This ActivInspire flipchart can be used as a whole group lesson or as an individual/small group center. Ten frames are used to practice counting and counting on in order to determine how many more make ten. A make-your-own slide is included at the end for further practice. PDF worksheets are also at
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Your littles will love answering the question "how many more" with this engaging, gingerbread-themed deck! Students will count the empty spaces in the 10 frame to determine how many more candies are needed to fill it. They will choose the answer from an array of 4 choices. This deck has 20 cards. St
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This is a great self check game that allows students to build their concept of 10 and fluency with combos of 10. Students look at numbers and 10 frames to determine how many more to make 10. contains 22 game cards (1/2 ten frames and 1/2 #s) 1.0A 1.NBT
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Addition to 10 fun with this differentiated JAM-PACKED unit filled with everything you need to teach how to add. This pack comes with 5 standards/concepts: addition to 10, counting on using numbers lines with sums to 10, making 10, solving word problems with sums to 10, and writing addition number s
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How Many More? (Numbers 1-20) is a fun collection of ten math problems. These pages challenge students to develop an understanding of the math concept of “How many more?” The math problems use fun, silly and descriptive language to engage students. I recommend these pages for grades two through fo
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Decomposing Numbers: This unit helps children develop number sense while decomposing numbers and making 10. Children use cubes with a part, part, whole bar model to find the missing numbers. How Many More? This unit includes a video to introduce the decomposing numbers activity. The decomposing
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Thanksgiving Math - How Many More Turkeys? K/ 1 Thanksgiving math centers, Thanksgiving math activities, how many more - This is a set of three games with a bat theme. It focuses on ways to make 10, greater than/less than, and counting numbers to 20. Included in this purchase: 1 set of 24 Ways to M
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Common core aligned! Students will use ten frames to determine how many more to make 10. Also, introduces addition symbol.
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counting, math activities, how many more, counting up, pizza, pizza party, Print these out to use as practice printables for students, or laminate them to use as activity mats with dry/erase markers. Or stick them in dry/erase plastic sleeves. Students count up how many of the characters are col
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How Many More? (Numbers 1-10) is a fun collection of ten math problems. These pages challenge students to develop an understanding of the math concept of “How many more?” The math problems use fun, silly and descriptive language to engage students. Thanks for stopping by my store! I appreciate y
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Making 10 is made fun with this Gingerbread Man Cookies game. Here are a couple different ways to play the game: Students look at amount of cookies on gingerbread man’s tray and determine how many more cookies they will need to make a total of 10 cookies. Students can use the blank ‘trays’ and coo
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What better way to practice the skill of finding how many more are needed to make 10 than bowling? I use a miniature bowling set. You can also borrow bowling pins from your P.E. department. Included in the product are set-up ideas, a scoresheet, and bowling "tickets" (to help manage who gets to
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How Many More? (Double digit no regrouping) is a fun collection of ten math problems. These pages challenge students to develop an understanding of the math concept of “How many more?” The math problems use fun, silly and descriptive language to engage students. I recommend these pages for grades
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For each number (1-9) student has to complete the ten-frame, drawing, and addition sentence. Kindergarten Common Core Standard K.OA.4 For any number from 1 to 9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record the answer with a drawing o
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These comprehensive worksheets provide students with 2 sets of data presented as a survey. They are asked to count each set, determine which set is "more" or most preferred and identify the numerical difference between the 2 sets. Differentiated practice sheets offer students the opportunity to wor
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Number Recognition, Number Ten Counting, Math How Many, 1 to 10 Circle Answer, Animal Picture Box at Top, Kindergarten Math. Baby animals. Cute Pandas, Dogs, Cats, and Tigers. Great for Math Centers, Literacy Center Ideas, Handout Worksheets, Math Basic Operations, Animal Counting, Easter for baby a
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This game will help students to answer those tricky How Many More? and How Many Less? questions. For example: There are 3 apples and 7 bananas. How many more bananas than apples are there? Each question card says “How many more?” or “How many less?” Students identify the larger or smaller number (d
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This is a concept many of my first graders struggle with. My school uses the GO Math curriculum and I found this game very helpful to use in conjunction with more/fewer lessons in Chapter 2. It’s helpful to bring back and play again in the Chapter 10 Graphing as well. This game helps students unde
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SOLVE & COVER How Many More to Make 10? How Many More to Make 20? PERFECT FOR INTERVENTION, SMALL GROUP or INDEPENDENT WORK, COUNTING AROUND THE ROOM. Some of my students still need the ten frames at this point. I give them erasers that they can use as counters to use with the ten frames, to
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Students will play this fun counting game to practice counting skills, number writing, tally mark writing, making groups of 10, and writing number models. This activity pack includes 3 games. 1. Counting marshmallows. Students will pick a card and count the marshmallows. The will record their answ
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How many more makes 10? For any number from 0 to 9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number. Engage students with this exciting power point game! Students will also practice writing their numbers 0 - 10 or equations. Perfect for the the Spring/Easter time with this bunny and
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Very simple java app for Mac and PC that reinforces the concept of A is so many more than B or so many less than B. There are many apps out there for larger than and smaller than, but couldn't find any that actually compared numbers. The numbers in this app never go over 10. It's not meant to be a s
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In this math center activity, students use a ten frame and a given amount to determine how many more they need to make ten. Don't forget to rate for TPT credits! Image credit: Scrappin' Doodles Font Credit: Jackie Golden Shapes Credit: Creative Critters
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DIGITAL MATH CENTER FOR Kindergarten and 1st Grade classrooms- How Many More Turkeys to 10? (This resource has versions for Chromebooks, Tablets/Ipads, Google Classroom, Google Slides, PowerPoint, and a recording sheet!) THE BEST PART IS THAT THIS RESOURCE IS A NO PREP CENTER!! This Digital Center
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Math Center How Many More to Make 10? 5 different sets. (Each student can have their own set in their group. Easy to organize) Print, laminate and cut. Use as dry erase centers.
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Suggested grade level: K and 1st Includes center sign, 11 cards with ten frames filled from 0 to 10, and a matching worksheet. Students match the number of counters needed to make a complete set of 10 in a ten frame. Graphics used with permission of Annie Things Possible. COMMON CORE STANDARD
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LEARNING HOW MANY MORE TO MAKE 10 is a FUN math center where students develop and use thinking strategies. Using This fun center my students begin to understand and learn all the partners that make 10. Obj: Students will determine how many more snowflakes are needed to make ten. ***These Ten Fr
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Teachers will download 30 printable math task cards for teaching kindergarten or 1st grade students 10 frames and missing addends. They work well in classroom centers, stations or tubs as a review, test prep, formative assessment or extra practice for students with special education or autism. Ideas
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This math pack includes four different ways for students to practice making 10 with ten frames. *The first set of frames needs more counters to make 10 The second set of frames needs more counters to make 10 and students write how many more needed on the line The third and fourth set of frames ne
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