Sunday, October 21, 2012

Sums of 10 Game Freebie

Hello, Teaching Friends!

Hope you're enjoying a lovely fall afternoon! Our home is full of the lovely aroma of apple pies baking. My husband is really enjoying it, because, trust me, this doesn't happen often... unless I have an apple pie scented candle burning!

Before you know it, many of our homes will soon be filled with another luscious aroma - roasting turkeys! So, how's that for a not-so-subtle segue into telling you about the freebie I have for you today!?!

If you're working on complements of 10, you're probably using lots of hands-on activities with tens frames. Once your little guys are ready to move on to something with a bit more challenge, here's a game that takes them a step higher.  You might want to provide tens frames and/or manipulatives for those students who need them while playing the game. Your students will solve 32 addition math models and then sort them by their sums: equal to 10/ not equal to 10.



Click here to download from Google Docs.



This game is part of a set of nine Turkey in the Pot solve-and-sort games at my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Skills addressed include addition facts, subtraction facts, multiples of five, odd and even, comparing numbers, and base 10 representations. Like the sample freebie above, all are Common Core aligned. Click on the collage below to see more at TPT.



http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Thanksgiving-Math-Games-Turkey-in-the-Pot-165334





Time to take the pies out of the oven!


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Happy Teaching!






7 comments:

  1. A gobbling fun way to meet the CC Math standards! THANKS, Linda! Smiles!!!

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    1. You're welcome. Love your name by the way ... stop learning and you stop enjoying life!

      Linda

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  2. This looks like a fun way to keep learning! Thanks for sharing at Manic Monday!

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  3. Oh I love this! Sharing it on G+ and stashing it away to share with my readers on Teach Junkie at a later time!
    -Leslie
    TeachJunkie.com
    KindergartenWorks.com

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    1. Oh, that's so nice of you, Leslie! I've got loads of freebies that I'm so happy to share. Thanks for your kind comment!

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  4. So cute, Linda!!! Many thanks for linking up at Freebie Friday!

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