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Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?

Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?
Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?
Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?
Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?
Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?
Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?
Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?
Ten More or Less? How Do You Know?
Product Description
Ten More or Less? How Do You Know? will help you teach the concept of mental math, What is ten more or less than a number within 100? Then, a student is provided a recording sheet to show their work.

Teaching point. Students see the problem: What is 10 more than 33? How do you know? Students then should write the problem vertically, adding 10 + 33 = 43, for example.

Ten More or Less? How do you Know? Scavenger hunt will bring math into your classroom! This can be used in whole groups, or in math stations. There is a blank card that can be written on to add any content you are working on in your individual classroom.

Scavenger Hunts are my newest favorite way to teach concepts! I love them! My students LOVE them!! We are doing one every week! There are links to more scavenger hunts below this description!

** I have included a black and white master for printing in black and white only**

1. Hide the Ten More or Less cards around the room.
2. Students find cards and answer questions on corresponding record sheet.
3. Teacher or assistant checks off answers with sticker or marker (not included)
4. Reward with trinket or chocolate earth candy (not included)
5. There is a blank card as mentioned above to add any content into your curriculum.
On the blank card, consider sight words, addition, subtraction, word family, true false, anything on the blank 'card' in your future scavenger hunts!

Check out my other scavenger hunts!
Double Digit Addition and Subtraction No Regrouping
Earth Day Scavenger Hunt
Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt
Double Digit Addition With Regrouping
St. Patrick's Day Scavenger Hunt

Keywords: Ten More or Ten Less, addition, scavenger hunt, Adding ten

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Total Pages
28 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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