10 More 10 Less Math Games & Math Centers | First Grade

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  1. These are 1st grade math centers and math games for every 1st grade skill and standard. That's right! For each skill, you will access 3-5 math centers or math games that your students will love!2nd Grade Math Centers: Find them for every standard here!These 1st grade math centers include board games
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Practice 10 more 10 ten less with 2-digit numbers using these math games and math centers! They consist of puzzles, math sorts, and math games! They are designed for you to use in your math centers and rotations.

*Aligned with 1.NBT.5 and other state standards to practice 10 more and 10 less with two-digit numbers.

Included are 4 different math stations for 1st grade 10 more & 10 less:

  1. Flip a Match: Students will play a matching game to find ten more or ten less.
  2. Catching Tadpoles: Students will sort all of the 10 more & 10 less tadpoles into the correct jars.
  3. Mental Math Board Game: Students will play a board game where they will find 10 more and 10 less depending on the number of their spot on the board.
  4. True/False Sort: Students will determine whether the 10 more or 10 less statement on the card is true or false. If false, students will fix it.

FYI: These centers are very similar to the 2nd Grade 10 & 100 More & Less centers. The activities are the same but follow 1st grade standards!

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Given a two-digit number, mentally find 10 more or 10 less than the number, without having to count; explain the reasoning used.


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