This booklet is designed to align with first grade common core standards in which students add or subtract ten and multiples of ten within 100. The 100's chart pages are made to guide students into discovering patterns when adding/subtracting 10 and multiples of 10 after whole group discussions about these patterns around the classroom hundreds chart. The mental math pages are designed to promote fluency after students have had experience finding patterns. This product has been used successfully in a first grade classroom.
Included in this booklet:
A Discovering Patterns and Mental Math Fluency Check for each of the following:
*Adding 10 to a One-Digit Number
*Adding 10 to Multiples of 10
*Subtracting 10 from Multiples of 10
*Adding 10 within 100
*Subtracting 10 within 100
*Adding Multiples of 10 within 100
*Subtracting Multiples of 10 within 100
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