# Addition to 20 with regrouping - Autumn theme

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Do you want to teach addition to 20 with regrouping? This playful packet contains everything you need!
Types of activities included:
• Make 10: Draw apples to complete the frame. Then write the number sentence with the sum on the lines. (worksheet)
• Make 10: Playful write and wipe cards for practice sums of 10.
• A hungry worm: Help the worm to reach the apple. Color only the sums of ten. (worksheet)
• Tens and ones: Write the tens and ones, the expanded form and the sum in each chart. (worksheet)
• Snails’ team!: Let the children group the snails so that the number, the blocks and the expanded form match. (cards)
• Where is my acorn?: Draw lines to connect the squirrels and the acorns that go together. (worksheet)
• Pumpkin coloring: Color the greatest sum. (worksheet)
• Apples in frames: Make 10 and then add. (worksheet)
• Apples in frames: Use markers to draw apples or use counters. Move the apples to the first frame to complete the frame. Write the number sentence with the sum on the lines. (Write and wipe cards)
• Coloring boxes: Follow the example and complete the questions given below. (worksheet)
• Leaves in the basket: Put the leaves in the basket. Circle the two numbers that add to equal ten and then add the third number. (worksheet)
• True or False?: Is the equation true or false? Color the apples using the code. (worksheet)
• Catch the thief: The thief is the greatest addend. He steals because he wants to be 10. Catch the thief! Make 10 to help you add. (worksheet)
• Put the apples in the basket: Let the children put the apples in the right basket so that the sum of each basket matches the number sentence of the apples. (cards)
• Big idea: 1 less!: Follow the example to complete the number sentences. (worksheet)
• Big idea cards: Let the children find the pairs of equal sums. (cards)
• Double facts: Let the children match the whole to the parts for each double and place them on the acorn mat. The second version is to give the whole and students match the parts. (cards)
• Doubles strategy: Listen to the snails. Add using one of the snails’ thinking. (worksheet)
• Doubling...leaves!: Add using double strategy. (worksheet)
• Coloring leaves: Add. Color all the sums using the color key below. (worksheet)
• Build the tree: Cut and paste the sums onto the correct number sentence. (worksheet)
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