This engaging activity will help you to reinforce different ways to make the numbers 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.
The product is differentiated so that students can use dice or standard form numbers. It is also differentiated to have more or less problems on a page for easier (or more challenging) cutting. You can tailor it to your student skill level, fine motor skill, or speed of work production.
This activity makes for a great center. Students can cut and glue their responses (like a worksheet), or you can use card-stock and a pocket chart to have students sort their answers.
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