100 more 100 less 10 more 10 less - 1st Grade Math

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Do your First Graders need additional practice and understanding of how to add and subtract 10 to a number? These 10 More 10 Less 100 More 100 Less Practice Worksheets are perfect for students that need more practice Adding and Subtracting 10 MORE 10 LESS to 2 and 3 digit numbers as well mastering number sense.

This easy to use packet is highly effective to help students master counting by tens to 100+. Students can make connections between moving to up/down using a number grid.

Use these 10 More 10 Less activity pages as morning work, homework, partner work, math centers, math stations, early finishers, independent review or as enrichment.

This 10 More 10 Less Resource contains 24 Activity Practice Pages for a total of 42 pages

★ A Journal Cover to put together as a booklet for students

★ Complete the Number Grid 1-100 Count by Tens

★ Number Grid Reference Chart 1-100

★ Complete the Number Grid 101-200 Count by Tens

★ Number Grid Reference Chart 101-200

★ Complete the Number Grid 201-300 Count by Tens

★ Number Grid Reference Chart 201-300

★ Complete the Number Grid 301-400 Count by Tens

★ Number Grid Reference Chart 301-400

★ A Blank Number Grid to suit your student's needs

★ Count by Hundreds Reference Chart (2 on a page)

★ 10 Less 10 More (3)

★ 20 Less 20 More (2)

★ 100 Less 100 More (3)

★ 10 Less 10 More Create Your Own

★ 20 Less 20 More Create Your Own

★ 100 Less 100 More Create Your Own

★ 10 More 10 Less Color by Number

★ 20 More 20 Less Color by Number

★ 100 More 100 Less Color by Number

An added challenge for kids that like to "kick it up a notch"

★ 200 Less 200 More (1)

★ 1,000 Less 1,000 More (2)

★ 10 Less 10 More Challenge Activity

★ 100 Less 100 More Challenge Activity

★ I’m committed to continual improvement. This resource was updated and enhanced April 2020 ★

Skills Covered in this packets are:

★CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.A.1 Extend the counting sequence

★CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.C.5 Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract


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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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