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Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)

Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)
Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)
Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)
Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)
Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)
Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)
Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)
Addition and Subtraction to 10, Numbers and Counting to 20 (March Math No Prep)
Product Description
Add a little leprechaun fun to your students’ math practice this March, with my “March Math No Prep Practice”, featuring addition to 10, subtraction within 10, numbers to 20, and counting to 20. This St. Patrick’s Day themed math packet is perfect for morning work, fast finishers, small group work, math center activities, and more!

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Lucky Sums Students will help a leprechaun count his gold by solving addition facts. They will cut and glue sums to match each fact. This section is divided into 4 pages, with sums to 5, 7, 9, and 10.

Count on to Add Students will say a given number, count on St. Patrick’s themed pictures to add, and write each sum. This section contains 2 pages.

Shamrock Subtraction Students will cut out shamrocks at the bottom of the page and use them as manipulatives to solve subtraction problems. This section contains 2 pages.

Leprechaun Subtraction Students will cut out leprechauns at the bottom of the page and use them as manipulatives to solve subtraction problems. This section contains 2 pages.

Spin and Subtract Students will need to be supplied with paper clips to use as spinners. They will spin the spinner, cross out that many coins in a ten frame, and write a matching subtraction sentence. Students will subtract from 10, each time.

Spin and Subtract Students will need to be supplied with paper clips to use as spinners. They will spin the spinner, cross out that many shamrocks in a ten frame, and write a matching subtraction sentence. Students will subtract from 10, each time.

Spin and Add Students will need to be supplied with paper clips to use as spinners. They will spin the spinner, draw more coins in the ten frame to match the number spun, and write a matching addition sentence. Each ten frame has a different number of coins to use as the first addend. This section contains 2 pages, one with a spinner to 4, and the other with a spinner to 5.

Lucky Pot O’Facts Students will be given two pots on a page. Each pot has a sum on it. Students will look at facts, shown on coins. They will cut and glue each fact above the pot that matches the sum. This section contains 4 pages, for sums 3-10.

Lucky Pot O’Facts Students will be given two pots on a page. Each pot has a difference on it. Students will look at facts, shown on coins. They will cut and glue each fact above the pot that matches the difference. This section contains 5 pages, for differences 0-5.

Before and After Students will identify a number, then write the number that comes before and after it. This section contains 2 pages. One with a shamrock theme and the other with a leprechaun theme.

Count by 10’s Students will identify numbers from 10-60, then complete the boxes after each by counting on 10’s.

Count to 20 Students will be shown an incomplete number sequence to 20. They will cut and glue numbers in shamrocks, to complete the sequence.

Lucky Number Match Students will identify a number held by a leprechaun. They will complete ten frames to match each number. This section practices numbers to 10.

Lucky Number Match Students will identify a number held by a leprechaun. They will count coins in a ten frame and draw more to match each given number. This section practices numbers to 20.

How Many Coins? Students will count base ten blocks and color a coin showing the matching number. This page practices numbers 11-19.

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30 pages
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