Kids will have a "gobbling" great time learning to make 10 from any given number with these 4 different math activities. You can use these activities as a part of your math stations, for small group work, re-teaching the concept of making 10 from any given number, with a parent volunteer or during your response to intervention (RTI) time.
There are 4 activities included in this set all focusing on making 10 from any given number.
1. Kids look at a November scene and count a variety of objects within the scene. They then use their worksheet to write down how many of each object there are and the number that goes with it to make 10.
2. This activity may be used as a write the room activity or as a regular station. Once finding their card kids will count the objects and color them in on their worksheet. They will then use a second color to color the remaining objects in order to find the number pair that makes 10 and record their answer on their worksheet.
3. Kids draw a number card and use the provided large turkey to put down that many feathers. They then count how many feathers are still up on their turkey to find the number pair that makes 10 and record their answers on their worksheet.
4. Kids draw a card with "turkey sticks" on it. They then count the number of turkeys and use a second "turkey stick" to find the number pair that makes 10 and record their answers on their worksheet. This activity has two sets of cards: the first for kids who are struggling with the concept of making 10 and need more of a visual. The second for kids who have a stronger understanding of the concept.