Monday, October 28, 2013

Sums of 10 Freebie!

Hello, Teaching Friends!


Here's a quick-and-easy math activity for you and your kiddos. It's great for math centers (with a handful of manipulatives to support your earliest learners), for independent work, or for early finishers. Print and copy, or print instead on colorful cardstock and laminate for an instant task card.

Click here to download from Google Drive.





Number searches like this are very appealing to students and a great way to practice both basic facts and more complex combinations.  They are challenging and engaging enough that you can feel comfortable having these set up as an activity for your early finishers, or even sending the blackline version as a fun homework akternative.

This set of number searches at my TpT store includes searches for the numbers 10 through 20, with both blackline printables like the one above and partner games like Thinking About Thirteen, pictured below.  How many more combinations for 13 can you find in the picture?





Here's the complete collection.




Click here or on the picture to see it at my store.


Happy Teaching!



15 comments:

  1. Love the making 10 activity. Simple and effective idea for one of the most important early skills kids need!

    Tara
    The Math Maniac

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    1. It's so basic, Tara, but I like to throw in a bit of puzzle fun and challenge. Glad you like it - keep watching for a "making five" version! :)

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  2. This is awesome & so timely for my students, thanks!
    Jen

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  3. Love this! Thanks for sharing. I created a follow-up sheet based on your Ten Again board. I'll try to get it to you.

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  4. This will be a great low stress math activity to use the first week of school with my second graders. Thank you.
    The Traveling Teacher

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    1. You're welcome! Hope you'll also find some "low stress activities" for yourself this summer! :)
      Linda

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  5. Thank you so much! This is great to help my kinders learn how to decompose the number 10! I can totally see them using double-sided counters to help them find the number partners of 10!! This is a great freebie, so glad I found it through the Worksheet Wednesday linky!!
    www.kinderdragons.blogspot.com

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    1. I just came back to this page and discovered several comments I'd let slip by without a thank you ... so, THANKS for your kind note, Erin! So glad you found this page helpful!
      Linda

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  6. This worksheet gets a ten out of ten from me - it couldn't be more perfect as we are doing work on this maths topic next week! Thank you so much for sharing :-)
    Special Teaching at Pempi's Palace

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    1. Another kind comment that I'd overlooked - sorry! I'm delighted to read this, and so glad that the timing worked well for you, too!
      Linda

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  7. Love this, thanks for sharing!

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