Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade

Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade
Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade
Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade
Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade
Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade
Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade
Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade
Halloween Addition - Find Sums of 10 - 1st and 2nd Grade
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BOOOOOO!

Two fun Halloween activities for finding sums of 10.

Independent activity - Trick or Treat

The goal of the activity is for students to find 65 “pieces of candy” or 65 combinations of 10. Students search (go trick or treating) to find 2 numbers that add up to 10. When they find a combination, they circle the 2 numbers and record a tally mark on their spider web worksheet.

For your more advanced students, have them find combinations of 10 using 3 or more numbers.

This is an easy activity for students to work on any time throughout the day.

Included:

- directions

- 1 Trick or Treat (number search) 1 in color and 1 black and white

- 1 spider web tally sheet

- 2 answer keys (1 key for 2 number combinations, 1 key for 3 or more number combinations)

Game - Make 10

This game is more challenging than Trick or Treat because students must find a missing addend to make 10.

Make 10 is an excellent game for students to play at a math center or after independent math practice. Students pick a card 1 - 9 and must find the missing addend on their game board to make a combination of 10.

Included:

- Halloween theme pre-made cards (1-9) (1 colored version and 1 black and white)

Other options instead of using the pre-made cards - decks of playing cards

(Ace-9) or 12-sided dice

- directions for play

- 2 different game boards – Halloween and Happy Hauntings

Game boards are identical except for the graphics.

Game boards are in black and white - The students color in the picture while

playing the game.

- answer key for students (optional)

Look for my Fall version, Falling into Math, for the same activities.

Happy Halloween!

MathCritters

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