U.S and U.K. version included. This Smart Board lesson has one slide each for the number bonds(sums) of five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten. Matching student printables are attached to match the slides for each number bond. The Smart Board lesson has two colors of virtual snap cubes to model making the number bonds. Students use actual snap cubes with their printable pages to build number bonds. Each printable page has rectangles for students to color to match the number bonds they build with their snap cubes. The commutative property (turnaround facts) can easily be taught using these rectangular models. These resources were successfully used with a first grade classroom. This lesson can easily be used with K-2 students, however it matches the kindergarten common core standards most closely.
Note: When you download the Smart Notebook file, the printables will be attached underneath the paperclip tab.
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