Number Bonds - Composing & Decomposing Numbers through 10
This packet follows my concept level Number Bond packet, adding the all important CONNECTING level of learning. In this packet of materials, the students are taught to connect the concrete materials (two-color counters and ten frames) to the numbers represented on the Number Bond Flash Cards, which include part-part-whole, whole unknown, and part unknown cards for sums of five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten. It also includes review activities at the concept level to use as needed.
Students who think about a number in terms of its parts have come to a major milestone in developing number sense. Number Bonds - Composing & Decomposing Numbers through 10
provides learning opportunities for:
- Making the connection between the concrete materials and the numerals represented
- Recognizing the inverse relationships between sets of numbers
- Practicing multiple ways to decompose and compose the same number
- Becoming a flexible mathematician as strategies for solving problems are strengthened
- Taking numbers apart and putting them back together prepares students for double digit addition and subtraction, as well as fractions, elapsed time, and measurement!
These activities also provide lots of room for differentiation opportunities, small group work, whole class work, or use in a learning center or math station.
The “Number Bonds
packet includes “Key Facts About Number Bonds”, “Preparing the Number Bond Materials”, “Using the Number Bond Materials”, “Introducing Number Bonds Materials”, and three different kinds of activities with 6 different sums included. You add two-color counters. Included are “Color-Coded Flash Cards” with sums through 10 labeled “part-part-whole”, “whole unknown”, and “part unknown”, “Shake and Spill Game Boards” with sums to ten, completed and color-coded Ten-Frames matching the Flash Cards, blackline masters for Shake and Spill games and Build-a-Match . Check my Preview for a closer look!
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