Are you students struggling to understand how to make a ten?
I have made a poster that also helps students to understand the "making a ten" by sliding their counters up.
These 7 worksheets go perfectly with Go Math Unit 3 Lesson 8 "Make a Ten to Add"
Meets Common Core Standards CC.1.OA.6 Add a
How Many More To Make 10 Practice Sheets
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Two bundles in one - the perfect writing and math extension activities to add to your Gingerbread Unit! This Gingerbread Man Bulletin Board Bundle includes all craft and differentiated writing and math templates for students in kindergarten, first, and second grade. This is the perfect lesson to i
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.
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 te
Students add farm food to a 10 frame and then count how many it took to make 10. Students then drag the arrow to the number to show how many it took to make 10.Digital practice on Google Slides can be assigned through Google Classroom, SeeSaw, or other online learning platforms.Kindergarten Math Ski
This product will help you teach CCSS.Math.Content.K.OA.A.4For 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 or equation.There are six activities for helping children learn the expression
Practice using tens frames to complete an addition sentence. Students drag an image to fill the tens frame. They then count the items to complete the number sentence.This is a great addition to a math unit, picnic theme, or summer school!Check out my preview to sample several of the cards!Not sure
This DIGITAL activity is perfect for your students to rehearse ways to make a 10! This fun and festive Grinch theme is a a fun way to keep your kids engaged!Student directions:★‘‘Drag and Drop’ the heart over the number that makes a 10 with the number represented on the ten frame. 11 task cards incl
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 cookie
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This rainbow math addition strategy is the perfect way to teach kids how to add to ten. This pack can be used during whole-class teaching, in guided math groups, and can later be used independently at math centres.
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Write the Virtual Room is a fun twist on the well loved write the room activity during distance learning and social distancing. Students can click the interactive slides on a digital device and search for each card in the virtual classroom. Students can say the answer or record their answers on the
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 c
This resource contains 20 student-friendly Google Slides that are designed to integrate technology with math.How many more to make 10? Students will practice this math standard by dragging and dropping bunnies into the ten frame. They will count how many more they needed to make 10. The addition pr
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
This DIGITAL activity is perfect for your students to rehearse ways to make a 10! This fun and festive Grinch theme is a a fun way to keep your kids engaged!★Preloaded to Seesaw- simply click the links provided, ‘save activity’ to your personal library, assign to your students, and you are done!Stud
Do your students ever get confused on creating ways to make 10? This set of boom cards is perfect for students to practice different ways to make ten. Each set includes manipulative that students move into the ten frame. Also included is sound so they know what to complete on each page. What I love
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 go
Kindergarten Math Curriculum! Unit 1 Includes: *A scope for each unit*Pre-Assessments for each unit and an Assessment Tracker to easily identify small groups and students who may benefit fro scaffolds or extension activities. *Post Assessments for each unit an Assessment Tracker who may need more pr
These inferencing activities contain passages and inference riddles for 3rd-5th grade and now includes a digital distance learning option in Google Slides™. Please refer to the final 7 pages of the file for the link and instructions. The no prep worksheets give students practice searching for clues
Looking to start your year with a BANG? These ten activities (and really there are much more than that included!) will kickstart your year in the right direction! Your students will get to know one another, play cooperative games, learn information about their classmates, complete STEM projects, f
This bundle includes several activities to help your students learn to compose and decompose the numbers 5 and 10. By using these hands-on activities students will learn ways to make 5 and ways to make 10.The activities are easy to prep and use basic classroom manipulatives: plastic bears, plastic m
NUMBER TALKS HAVE NEVER BEEN EASIER! This resource includes the first ten weeks of PAPERLESS Number Talk lessons (50 lessons). These lessons were carefully designed to engage your kindergarten learners in meaningful math conversations focused on mental math and computational strategies. They make th