Make a ten strategy is easy and fun with this making ten cut, sort and paste activity! "Is there an easier way to add 8+3 without counting on my fingers?" Teacher says, "Make a 10 first!"
This is a cut, sort and paste to see the different ways to see 11 (10+1) and 12 (10+2, which is also 8+3 as above). Each activity is 3-pages each. This could be used as a math center or formative assessment to check whether students know to compose a ten.
UPDATED 9/3/2016--new card matching game "Make Ten"
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