# Decomposing Numbers to 10 Task Cards for Kindergarten and First Grade

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Students will strengthen their number sense by practicing decomposing and composing numbers to 10 with these 24 Task Cards. Students identify equations represented in different number combinations within 10. A terrific resource for whole group review for Grades K-1 as a scavenger hunt, scoot game, or small group as a math center for additional practice and intervention for Grade 2.

It’s so important for young learners to understand that numbers can be shown in many ways! This resource is extremely visually appealing and great for getting young math brains to think in the pictorial and abstract stage. It’s as equally important to get young learners UP and MOVING! A favorite way to use this resource is as a scavenger hunt. Hiding the task cards around the room and seeing students have a BLAST searching everywhere, all while strengthening their number sense math skills, is just how we want students learning!

This Decomposing and Composing Numbers Resource Includes:

• 24 Task Cards in Color
• 2 Different Options for a Recording Worksheet
• Ideas for Use

These Task cards will have students practicing:

• Decomposing numbers in more than one way.
• Writing equations and number sentences that represent number decompositions.

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***Check Out My Other Monthly-Themed Scoot/Task Cards for Math***

November - Subtracting Within 10 Different Ways

December - Addition and Subtraction Within 10

January - Place Value to 20

February - Comparing Double Digit Numbers

Have Fun Learning :)

Lauren

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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).