Composing/Decomposing 4 and 5

Composing/Decomposing 4 and 5
Composing/Decomposing 4 and 5
Composing/Decomposing 4 and 5
Composing/Decomposing 4 and 5
Composing/Decomposing 4 and 5
Composing/Decomposing 4 and 5
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  1. This product is for students to compose and decompose 3. These pages were created in this order on purpose, but each page can be used independently. Pg 1: Students use two-sided red and yellow counters to make three. Students can put the counters on top of the provided circles. After students find a
  2. This product is for students to compose and decompose 4. These pages were created in this order on purpose, but each page can be used independently. Pg 1: Students use two-sided red and yellow counters to make four. Students can put the counters on top of the provided circles. After students find al
  3. This product is for students to compose and decompose 5. These pages were created in this order on purpose, but each page can be used independently. Pg 1: Students use two-sided red and yellow counters to make five. Students can put the counters on top of the provided circles. After students find al
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This is a bundle of my three resources: "Composing and Decomposing 3", "Composing and Decomposing 4" and "Composing and Decomposing 5".

Both resources are for students to compose and decompose 3/4/5. These pages were created in this order on purpose, but each page can be used independently. These pages can also be used to scaffold or differentiate for individual students.

Pg 1: Students use two-sided red and yellow counters to make three/four/five. Students can put the counters on top of the provided circles. After students find all the different ways, students go back to color them in to record.

Pg 2: Students fill in the number sentence to correspond with the provided representation.

Pg 3: Students represent the different ways to make three/four/five and record using a number sentence.

Pg 4: Students fill in the number sentences using the commutative property to correspond with the provided representation.

Pg 5: Students represent the different ways to make three/four/five and record using both number sentences.

Pg 6: Students represent the different ways to make three/four/five and record using both equations.

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Fluently add and subtract within 5.
Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5 = 2 + 3 and 5 = 4 + 1).
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