This cute and engaging interactive slideshow activity will engage your students as they practice
• Solving triple addend addition with sums in the teens
• Finding combinations of 10 within a set of three addends
• Employing quick “marking” strategies when solving printed math problems
• Relating “teen” to 10
• Quickly adding a “ten” to a given number
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The slideshow features cute, bold graphics and animations that students will love—especially the sassy wiggling ladybug who appears throughout the activity.
Audio cues appear on each slide to help draw and keep students’ focus directed on the activity.
A triple addend addition problem is presented onscreen, and students are prompted to determine which two addends make ten.
The item's "ten combo" is marked by two large animated spots that appear, highlighting the numbers.
Students are encouraged to add the remaining number to the ten to make a teen number.
You will use this activity many times with your class. Finding combinations of ten is a critical component for building number sense, and is emphasized in the Common Core.
Your students will love frequently reviewing this concept, practicing by quickly moving through the slideshow and sharpening their skills.
This activity could be run by a parent or paraprofessional with a small group, and could also function as a math center activity.
A plethora of printrables accompanies the slideshow, including pre and post tests, and assorted activity sheets
For a list of all included printable activities, be sure to read the contents description.
Here’s What’s In The Package:
Can You Spot the Ten PowerPoint slideshow (35 problems--47 total slides)
Ladybug Framed PowerPoint Slideshow Starter Pages ppt Files (3 styles) to use for creating your own materials
Three types of Work-Along Sheets that coordinate with the PowerPoint show, allowing the students to follow-along and engage in written work during the slideshow lesson.
-------Version 1: Four-page work-along sheet that provides a printed version of each problem that is shown on the screen, printed in a large, readable font in a space that provides room for kids to show their work
------Version 2: Open-ended equation frames ( ____ +____+____=____ ), in which students can “translate” and record the vertical problems into horizontal equation form, show their work, and then solve (These sheets can be utilized as recording forms for many other activities)
------Version 3: Single-page cute ladybug response sheet that allows the student to write the double-digit total amount on each ladybug, using the split shell casing of the ladybug as “tens & ones” columns
Triple Addend Worksheets for home or school (2)
~~~“I Can” Learning Objective Mini Posters (2) one with color frame and one with black and white frame)
~~~Pre and Post Tests for assessing prior knowledge and checking learning
~~~Practice Sheets that feature triple addend practice in vertical and horizontal equation forms
~~~Homework or Activity Sheets that ask students to decompose 10 into all possible combinations of two parts, and to record the pairs on a cute ladybug image--even providing the opportunity for a little bit of color/crayon work (2 different font styles)
~~~Ladybug Ten Frame activity sheet that prompts the students to color or dot the blank spaces of the ten frame to illustrate number pairs and then record a related addition fact
~~~Blank Ladybug Frames (one is b/w and one in color, in pdf) to use for creating your own supplemental activities
~~~“Common Correlation” sheet, listing standard numbers and explanations that are supported by the activities in this product
All work and activity sheets include answer keys
~~~2 Ladybug skinny frames (color and b/w png) for use in your own projects
~~~1 mini ladybug graphic to use in your own projects and creations