Addition to 10 Activities | Math Game Worksheet

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PreK - 1st
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Do you need a fun early finisher or math center partner game to help teach and review number recognition and identification? Look no further! Your kids will love playing these fun and engaging games!

These are great partner games for early finishers or even for math centers. Students will take turns drawing one line at a time to connect two dots side by side, either vertical or horizontal. When one student completes a square around a shape, they are able to claim that square only if they can correctly identify the shape. If they identify the shape, they color it. If they cannot identify the shape, their partner can “steal” the square by correctly identifying and coloring the square. Continue to draw lines and claim and color squares until all squares are claimed. Player with the most squares colored wins!

There are 9 sets of 6 sheets each included in this pack, 54 sheets total. You will get 6 sheets for each:

❤ Addition + 0 through 5

❤ Addition + 0 through 10

❤ Addition + 1 through 5

❤ Addition + 1 through 10

❤ Addition to 5

❤ Addition to 10

❤ Doubles

❤ Doubles + 1

❤ Make 10

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If you have any questions please let me know!

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