Students practice fact fluency by working with 10 frames, number bonds, and number sentences. Students can be given any number between 0 and 18. Students complete the ten frames asking themselves, "How many more to make (given number)?" They complete the number bond with the given number being the whole number and writing the two addends in the lower circles. Then students write the two addition and two subtraction sentences (fact families) to build number sense and understand the relationship between addition and subtraction. Students can share the different ways to make numbers. For example, if the given number is 15; students can make it using any of the following addends: 8 and 7, 6 and 9, 10 and 5.
Print these and put in sheet protectors using a dry erase marker for repeated use! Teachers can also use this to help solve word problems! I have another template for fact fluency to 10, if you'd like that one as well!