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Reviewing subtraction and addition but you're tired of the flashcards and your Kindergarteners, First Graders, or Second Graders need something more engaging? Try this station activity! Grab 2 dice, roll them, draw them, and solve for either an addition or subtraction equation. You can differentiate by using dice with greater numbers (I have some double dice that I am going to use) or having them write matching story problems.

Shake, Count, Color, Write - Addition Facts to 10 on Tens Frame... Reviewing addition facts with the sum of 10? The students will get 10 red/yellow counters, put them into a cup, shake them, and pour them out. Then they'll sort the red ones and yellow ones and count them. After, they depict those numbers on the 10s frame and create the corresponding number sentence.

Addition, subtraction, missing number, related facts... Use this awesome part, part, whole mat for anything and everything!

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