Number Bonds to 10 for Google Classroom, Google Slides Distance Learning

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PreK - 1st
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100 slides (4 sets, 25 each), printable center page
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  1. Easily provide differentiated, interactive number bonds to 10 and number bonds to 20 practice for Google Classroom, Google Slides as well as hands-on practice using real dominoes with this resource that provides links to Google Classroom products as well as a printable center page! Harness students'
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Easily provide differentiated, interactive number bonds to 10 practice for Google Classroom, Google Slides as well as hands-on practice using real dominoes with this resource that provides links to Google Classroom products as well as a printable center page! Harness students' excitement for technology and dominoes to help them think algebraically and build a strong foundation for addition and subtraction.

You receive 4 differentiated sets of Google slides (25 slides each for a total of 100 slides) as well as a printable center page that utilize dominoes to create number bonds. This helps students clearly visualize the part/whole relationship.

Simply assign the correct digital set to each student via Google Classroom. Don't have Google Classroom? No worries - helpful instructions and links are provided that will help you set up Google Classroom.

You can also use the bonus printable page to provide hands-on instruction using real dominoes!

This product file (PDF) contains links to the following resources that can be used in Google Slides / Google Classroom as well as a bonus printable page (please see the preview file for pictures of each):

  • Number Bonds to 10 - 1 Missing Part (25 slides)
  • Number Bonds to 10 - 2 Missing Parts (25 slides)
  • Number Bonds to 10 - Missing Whole (25 slides)
  • Number Bonds to 10 - Missing Part Part Whole (25 slides)
  • Helpful Links for Setting Up Google Classroom
  • Bonus Printable Page for use with real dominoes

For each digital set, students simply count the dots on the dominoes to create number bonds and type the numbers into the provided text boxes.

Perfect for math centers or groups, morning work, homework, early finishers.

In order to use this resource you will need the following:

  • Internet access
  • Google account (free)
  • Product links from the PDF product file

Why use an interactive Google Classroom product?

  • Time-saving! No printing, low prep!
  • Students' work automatically saved
  • Students work in their own copy
  • Easy differentiation
  • Engaging for students
  • Can be used on multiple devices
  • Can be accessed at home

What other educators are saying about this resource:

"Number bonds is a hard concept for my students to understand, but this product has helped my students tremendously and it was very engaging!" - Emily V.

"My students understand number bonds now!! I bought them a set of dominoes, and printed off some of the slides so they could have it in-hand as well. Thank you for this well-made resource!" - Ashleigh S.

"This resource has been a life saver! Not being able to teach while students are on the carpet has been difficult. I love that the pictures are large and provide visual aid to support students learning. The content is completely aligned to the standards. This resource is developmentally appropriate for kindergarten students." - Heather B.

"I used this with my special education first grade distance learners and the visuals were great. It helped them grasp the concept much quicker." - Karyn F.

"I used this as a math center on concept review days, and it was a hit. I normally don't feel so confident that what I am assigning truly meets the standard or matches how I am testing them. This resource was perfect. It is aligned with the standards and reflects the testing in my district." - Channing D.

"I was able to use this resource during distance learning and it really helped my students to visualize and represent addition with objects! Great product!" - Mara C.

"This definitely came in handy during distance learning. I was able to use it for several days with my students. I was also able to break down this scope & sequence to help tailor instruction for my students." - Jennifer C.

"Visuals are great! Students are able to understand what to do right away. Great resource!" - Laura M.

"This is a terrific resource! My students were very engaged and loved interacting on the smartboard. It was a great addition to our number bonds unit." - Katlin H.

"Just found this for distance learning. It was easy to upload onto my classroom's Google site for students to use remotely. Love the differentiation of the different slides. Also great for review." - Odalys R.

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100 slides (4 sets, 25 each), printable center page
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Fluently add and subtract within 5.
Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5 = 2 + 3 and 5 = 4 + 1).
Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds (e.g., claps), acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.


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