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    Cuisenaire Rods - Addition/Subtraction Towers (Number Bonds) by Education Unboxed. This is a fun math activity to help kids learn the number bonds (or fact families) to 10 using Cuisenaire rods and Hundred Flats from a Base Ten set. This is so much more fun and effective than drill of addition and subtraction facts! And, it not only teaches them their math facts, but it gives them a conceptual framework as well - something that will NOT happen if they are primarily working with symbols on paper,

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Learning number bonds to 10

Multiplication Wheels - can easily be made with construction paper (or heavier cardstock) and brads.

number bonds to 10 - Cuisenaire rods , Write fractions to show what color each part is.

Here's a site with a huge number of addition bingo cards, call numbers, and check sheets.

Begin teaching NUMBER BONDS by using 10. to the tune of Row Row Row your boat 9 and 1 are number bonds 8 and 2 are friends 7 and 3 6 and 4 5 and 5 are twins. Later, have them show it different ways. This picture uses Christmas colours to make class decorations.

Addition and Subtraction Posters. Cute. Will have to add on for algebra.

Six is Having a Party! - Math Facts with Cuisenaire Rods by Education Unboxed. Here's a video of another activity you can do with children to help them learn their addition/subtraction facts to 10 (or above). You don't have to use the "having a party" theme. If you or the child comes up with one you like better, feel free to change it. Better learning happens that way!

1 more, 1 less, 10 more, 10 less Cool idea- math center

Love this idea for number bonds! Makes it so visual and hands on for the littles

Tens Concentration - Number Bonds Game Using Cuisenaire Rods by Education Unboxed. I got this idea from letsplaymath.net/..., though we changed it just a bit and didn't use the 10 card. This game could be played alone, too. A great way to practice those number bonds of 10 which are SO important to doing mental math!