Do your students have a "working number"? This is the number that they are working on to develop fluency in the ways to make it. If your student has a working number of six, they are working on internalizing all the ways to make six (5+1, 2+4, 3+3, etc). Toss and Color is a quick no prep way to differentiate for your students.
All you need are copies of the addend mat (in color or b/w) beans (or some sort of counter from your math manipulatives) and the page your child needs to work on. Students drop the beans onto the Addend Mat and create the math problems. They then color in the math problem they've created and drop the beans again. Students can play against each other to see who will color their mat first.
I also have a Toss and Cover game that covers the same math problems, but is in color and students use a counter to cover their answers. This is great for a year-long center - students just use the page for the number they're working to master.
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