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# Decomposing Numbers to 10 Printable and Digital Activities Bundle

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This bundle contains one or more resources with Google apps (e.g. docs, slides, etc.).

### Description

Make planning your decomposing numbers lessons a breeze with this fun bundle of hands-on activities. Your students will love learning how to decompose numbers up to 10 with these engaging resources.

Included in this bundle:

These resources are going to make learning about decomposing a blast!

Decomposing Numbers to 10 Cut and Paste Activities

Students will have a ton of fun decomposing numbers to 10 with this hands-on cut and paste book. This resource allows students to keep all of their equations in the same place for easy reference later.

This book is designed to help your students practice decomposing numbers from 2 up to 10. Students can fill out the number frames by coloring in two different colors, placing stickers in the boxes, or cutting and pasting the squares provided. There are 4 different options for you to print for the students to cut. Pick two of them, or print the plain squares on two different pieces of colored paper.

There are two different formats for each number. You can choose the format you would like or use both.

9 = _______ + _______ or _______ + _______ = 9

Composing and Decomposing Numbers to 10 Digital Math for Google Slides

Your students will have a ton of fun practicing composing and decomposing numbers to 10 with these hands-on digital activities in Google Classroom and Google Slides. In this resource, students sharpen their numbers skills through a wide variety of activities. These slides can easily be separated and assigned over several lessons.

Activities included in these composing and decomposing numbers to 10 Google Slides:

- 2 slides for students to compose a number given a 2 sets.

- 3 slides for students to write the equation when given a visual.

- 2 slides for students to create a visual for a given equation.

- 9 slides for students to use blocks to compose an equation to equal the number given (2-10).

- 9 slides for students to decompose a given number (2-10) using visuals and then write the equation they have created.

Decomposing Numbers Math Game - Pom Pom Math Center

Your students will love this free decomposing numbers math game! Kindergarten math centers are so much fun when there are pom poms involved. This hands-on approach to practicing decomposition is great for centers or small groups.

Included:

- Directions for use

- Decomposing Mat

- Recording Sheet

- Number squares

Thank you for looking and enjoy!

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
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).