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This free making ten activity is just what you need for kindergarten and first grade learners. This fun math game is perfect for math centers and is great for students to practice learning to make ten. This making ten printable is can be sued in the classroom and at home!

This free making ten activity is just what you need for kindergarten and first grade learners. This fun math game is perfect for math centers and is great for students to practice learning to make ten. This making ten printable is can be sued in the classroom and at home!

Making 10 is fun when you can make circles & color them in! Write the number of circles colored in the missing addend to complete each equation.

Making 10 is fun when you can make circles & color them in! Write the number of circles colored in the missing addend to complete each equation.

Making Tens – Build number sense by playing math games like Find the Ten Within.  Teach your first grade students to how make 10 and strengthen their mental math skills. Grab the FREE printable.

Making Tens – Build number sense by playing math games like Find the Ten Within. Teach your first grade students to how make 10 and strengthen their mental math skills. Grab the FREE printable.

Using clip cards is a fun, hands-on way for students to learn and, as a big bonus, they also help with fine motor skills . In fact, it’s one of the best activities to help your kindergartener develop fine motor skills. These snowflake making ten clip cards are the perfect way for young learners to practice ways to make ten – an important math concept for kindergarteners and first graders.

Using clip cards is a fun, hands-on way for students to learn and, as a big bonus, they also help with fine motor skills . In fact, it’s one of the best activities to help your kindergartener develop fine motor skills. These snowflake making ten clip cards are the perfect way for young learners to practice ways to make ten – an important math concept for kindergarteners and first graders.

FREE Back to School Math Centers for Kindergarten. Ten frame addition making 10.

I finished updating this packet only a couple of days ago and hurried to take some photos to show you all what’s included! So, here we go! PLEASE NOTE: This blog post contains sample pages from my Back to School Math Centers for Kindergarten packet. You can download the free sample pages by clicking on the …

Learning and Teaching for Life: Ways to Make Ten - Rainbow Style

For the last three lessons that I would be teaching math to my first graders, I knew that I wanted to make them the best yet. I had taken a break from teaching math for a little bit to observe my teacher (since I did not observe her before I began), but I was ready to do the last few lessons and finish with a bang. The first day, we had to learn which numbers add to make ten. The second day, they found the missing part of ten (how to subtract from ten). My last day teaching math, we worked…

Let's Make Ten with Ten Frames- Roll a die. Complete a number sentence in the column and play until all problems have been solved. Perfect for the beginning of the school year for First Grade!

Let's Make Ten with Ten Frames- Roll a die. Complete a number sentence in the column and play until all problems have been solved. Perfect for the beginning of the school year for First Grade!

This Making Ten game is a fun and engaging way to practice with combinations to make ten!Students need two playing pieces (I just used red and yellow counting chips), a number cube, and the game board. Students take turns rolling the number cube and moving that many spaces on the board. They look ...

This Making Ten game is a fun and engaging way to practice with combinations to make ten!Students need two playing pieces (I just used red and yellow counting chips), a number cube, and the game board. Students take turns rolling the number cube and moving that many spaces on the board. They look ...