Making TENS is so important. This is a game I adapted after the Make 10 game from Investigations.
This game is for 2-5 players.
Lay 20 cards out, face up, in four rows of five.
Using multiple cards, make TEN.
You can put limits on them. (ex. only using two cards,
or more than two cards, etc.)
Once a space is empty, fill the space with another card. Play continues until all “moves” are taken up.
As a player “makes TEN”, the player (or all players) can record their addition number sentences on the recording sheet.
You can also play a “Concentration” game of making tens.