Learning doubles facts can be tricky for young learners. This resource is a great way to give your students extra practice with this skill.
This resource includes:
5 Independent Practice Pages
1 set of puzzle cards - Black & White to save ink; print on colored paper
1 Paper Chain Project
Print doubles kid topper on cardstock.
Print the doubles facts on colored paper. Each doubles facts page is enough for 7 students.
Have students solve all of the doubles facts.
Cut the line on the doubles kids topper. Students will create their chain under this topper.
My first graders loved putting the doubles chain together. They even added a pop of color in our hallway.
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