ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes

ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes
ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes
ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes
ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes
ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes
ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes
ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes
ADDITION MATH CENTERS using connecting cubes
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Addition Math Centers
Compose and Decompose


Young learners gain basic addition math knowledge by composing and decomposing numbers.
 
These addition centers will make more sense to all types of learners.
Learning addition doesn't have to be a struggle.

Children can begin to compose and decompose sets of numbers. For example, they understand that two red cubes and four yellow cubes make six cubes (compose).
They also understand that a group of five cubes can be broken down into smaller groups of four and one or three and two (decompose).

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