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Part Part Whole activities for numbers 310; differentiated and visual
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I love the way this teaches both subitizing and partpart whole. It helps students understand how their brain sees the number.
Part Part Whole activities for numbers 310; differentiated and visual Great math journal for numbers
Great for math journal
I think that it is a pretty good sign that our Number Talks are working when my firsties just start to EXPLAIN how they see a number before I can even ask the question. They touch their little noses (our sign that they are ready) and are so eager to talk about how they see the dot cards, tens frames, or rekenreks. I touched on skill this last year but after reading Number Talks and being more intentional about the cards I show, I see a BIG difference. I love having the conversation about how they see a dot card in different ways. We even have a bulletin board right behind my table where I display the different ways that they see the same exact dot image. This led to an idea... I stated in one of my previous math posts about our routine of each student working with "their" number. They are doing lots of different activities to help them see the different number bonds for a given number. They are moving at their own pace and do not move on to the next number until they know the different parts of the number they are on. You can check out that post HERE:) I wanted to give them the freedom to visualize these numbers in their own way. So I decided that I wanted something like this: I quickly went home and created something like this and tried it out on some of my firsties. They really seemed to enjoy it, the activity tied to our daily discussions, and best of all...they were working on "their" number. But, of course, I was not satisfied with just these sheets. I needed more. I made sheets for the numbers 310 that look like this (These are four different sheets). I need differentiated materials for my groups because everyone is working at different levels. This gives me some different options because some students can handle three problems and some can handle more. Some kids need the whole number filled in right now and some do not. But still...I wanted more because we are also working on to help them see the connection between addition and subtraction. What do you think? I hope that it will be helpful to my firsties and your students!! If you want to try it out...I put a sample up for FREE. It is for the number five. Otherwise, the full pack includes numbers 310! Are there any routines you are using to help with fact fluency?
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Making 5! This is a great math lesson for introducing decomposing and composing numbers!
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Making 5! This is a great math lesson for introducing decomposing and composing numbers! For more anchor charts visit: https://www.pinterest.com/eclearning/elementaryanchorcharts/
Break a whole into halves, thirds, quarters, sixth and eighths. Represent a whole number as a combination of two or more other whole numbers as a combination of two or more other whole numbers.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.CC.C.7 Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numerals. Children will be able to make different forms of 5 to help then compare different numbers less then 10.
Making 5! This is a great math lesson for introducing decomposing and composing numbers! For more anchor charts visit: https://www.pinterest.com/eclearning/elementaryanchorcharts/
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For Kyle: Making 5! This is a great math lesson for introducing decomposing and composing numbers!
Making 5! This is a great math lesson for introducing decomposing and composing numbers!
Shake Rattle Drop and Friends of Ten  FREEBIE. Teachable Moments blog
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too difficult for them right now but could be good later. maybe ask the question "how many more would we need to make ten?" but don't make them write it? we're working on the foundational skills of writing numbers but this would probably be too much.
Shake Rattle Drop and Friends of Ten  FREEBIE. Teachable Moments blog. Link updated with cute graphics :)
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Shake Rattle Drop and Friends of Ten  FREEBIE. Ten Frame activity {K2}
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Teaching combinations of 10 {math activity for kids
Teaching combinations of 10  a fun way to teach kids about all the different addition combinations that equal 10. This activity also provides a great introduction to the commutative property of addition, which says that when two numbers are added, the sum is the same regardless of the order of the addends. #handsonmath  Gift of Curiosity
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Teaching combinations of 10  a fun way to teach kids about all the different addition combinations that equal 10. {includes printable}
Teaching combinations of 10 {math activity for kids}
Teaching combinations of 10  Gift of Curiosity
Teaching combinations of 10 {math activity for kids}  Gift of Curiosity
love the idea of using sticky notes while the students use cubes
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Great Kindergarten blog!
First Grade is a Treat!: Four Ways to Make 3
Decomposing numbers with number bonds! This skill helps with addition and subtraction!
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TEKS: K.2I Audience: Kindergarten Behavior: Composing and Decomposing numbers Condition: Using number bonds to compose and decompose numbers. Classroom: I could use this to teach addition and subtraction by having the students physically moving the objects to represent the action they are performing. The use of manipulatives and concrete objects assist comprehension.
Use number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers! This skill helps with addition and subtraction!
Decomposing numbers with number bonds! Feuilles d'activités gratuites
number bonds, decomposing numbers (make out of paper for handson)
Love this for decomposing numbers and finding missing addends
Free resource pages for decomposing numbers
Kindergarten Number Bonds using counters.
Like math mountains
Introduction to decomposing numbers to ten  YouTube
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would like to incorporate this with my box number 1 on my math calendar board  adding the number sentence component
Για να μάθουμε να σκεφτόμαστε και με άλλους τρόπους! Introduction to decomposing numbers to ten  YouTube. I would start off the school year with a 5 frame, then move to a 10 frame later.
Australian Curriculum  Mental strategies  Number combinations to 10 using a tens Frame
Introduction to decomposing numbers to ten  YouTube. .
▶ Introduction to decomposing numbers to ten
Add to my math board!
Calendar math
Introduction to decomposing numbers to ten  YouTube. I would start off the school year with a 5 frame, then move to a 10 frame later.
Math fact practice using dominos
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Hands on activity Math fact practice using dominos. I would use in a math center to practice adding.
Math fact practice using dominos or could use deck of cards
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Kingdom of the Pink Princesses: October 2011
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My favorite free app: the number rack. Also links to a great free resource on using rekenreks.
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My favorite free app: the number rack. Also links to a great free resource on using rekenreks. #iphone #ipad #iOS #kids #Apps #learning
The Elementary Math Maniac: My Favorite Apps: The Number Rack and Math Slide
My Favorite Apps: The Number Rack and Math Slide
Number rack app
Tweet If you have ever read one of my blog posts, you know how much I love bead sticks, bead strings, rekenreks and number racks. It will come as no surprise to you that I love the Number Rack App which is currently available for free through the Math Learning Center. The VERY best part is that it is an app for the iPad as well as being an app you can use through any PC and it also gets a lot of use on the SMART board!!!! Like other rekenreks or number racks, it allows you to work on big ideas around numeracy, addition and subtraction. You can go from one bead string up to 10 which makes it very versatile as I move between grades and ability levels. You can also pull up and adjust a "screen" that allows you to shield part of the bead string and is excellent for working on combinations of 10, 20 or 100. In this screen shot, I was working with a student on pairs that make 100 You can also access this amazing app and a great FREE resource on how to use rekenreks in the classroom directly through the MLC's website by clicking here. Math Slide Cost: Free for a limited number of games, $0.99 to upgrade to a full version for each type There is a whole series of these math slide games and I (and my students!!!!) are obsessed with them. The basic premises is that a picture, answer, or equation is shown in the middle of the screen and each player (between 1 and 4 players can play each time) tries to slide the corresponding answer or equation into the middle. The person who does this correctly first has their answer or equation disappear and are one number closer to winning. The first person who gets all their numbers or equations slid into the middle wins. Here are several different versions of math slide that I currently have on my iPad Addition and Subtraction Tens and Ones Hundreds, Tens and Ones Multiplication and Division As you can see... there is something for everyone offered for math slide and I have been using it grades K6 What apps are your students' favorites?
Ten Frame Addition Activity is used in Kindergarten to help students in building and breaking apart numbers.
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Ten Frame Addition Activity is used in Kindergarten to help students in building and breaking apart numbers. FREEBIE
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Ten Frame Addition Activity. Visual fluency to 10.
Initial sound + final sound = word.
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This ten frame addition activity will allow your students to practice addition skills and visually see the addition problems on a ten frame. This packet also
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Try this fun kinesthetic movement math game! Maggie's Kinder Corner: Ready...Set...Split!!! It's a Bright Ideas Blog Hop
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Large number bond mats for decomposing numbers!
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Make giant number bonds to introduce the concept of decomposing numbers to 10!
Would be great for calendar Large number bond mats for decomposing numbers!
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Large number bond mats for decomposing numbers! Descompocicion de numeros
Number bond... composing and decomposing numbers... part/part/whole
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Use for factoring numbers
A Kindergarten Smorgasboard Schedulin' Sunday
Decomposing flip cards!
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What is hiding! Super cute math center for kids!
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Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers!
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Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers! This would be great for teaching math mountains!
A Kindergarten Number Bond Lesson  I modified this product using materials available at school in order to teach the concept of decomposing numbers using a concrete model.
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers! Great idea to make a large version to use with manipulatives! Would have been helpful for my kiddos who were struggling!
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers! .... Follow for more FREE 'tooneatnottokeep' literacy tools other fun teaching stuff :)
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers!Singapore Math concept
Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers #addition #subtraction
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Number bonds and decomposing numbers
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British Columbia Kindergarten A4 (don't have to know symbols, but this is teacher supported) Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog hoola hoops and pictures to teach addition/subtraction
Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog hoola hoops and pictures to teach addition/subtraction (could use stuffed animals instead of pictures)
TEKS:K.2I Audience: Kindergarten Behavior: composing and decomposing numbers up to 10 Condition: The students will compose and decompose numbers up to 10 by using pictures in each hoops to represent the ending number Classroom: I would use this in my classroom as a whole group activity calling on each student to come up and try it.
Use hula hoops and pictures to practice decomposing numbers. (From Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog)
Fklass Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog hoola hoops and pictures to teach addition/subtraction
Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: decomposing numbers
Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: numbers
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Decomposing in Kindergarten this is like Math Their Way
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FREE! Great computer game to work on subitizing and decomposing numbers! Easy to customize and make easier or more challenging to meet the needs of all your learners.
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FREE! Great computer game to work on subitizing and decomposing numbers! Easy to customize and make easier or more challenging to meet the needs of all your learners. #iphone #ipad #iOS #kids #Apps #learning
FREE! Great computer game to work on subitizing and decomposing numbers!
The Elementary Math Maniac: Great Computer Activity: Speedy Pictures
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Tweet If your students K3 are working on subitizing or addition, you will love this computer activity. It is similar to the Subitize Tree app for iPad that I have written about in the past. It is a great way to work on subitizing and addition and is easy to differentiate to meet the current needs of your learners. The best part? Its free! I selected the rekenreks to 20 for this round. I also adjusted the flash time to about 2.5 seconds. It simply flashes the given picture for the length of time requested and then removes it and lets you click on the number you saw. The green vertical bar to the far right keeps track of how many you have got correct. This time I selected fingers and put the flash time to just over 1 second. Think about how changing the flash time or the model used would change the challenge level for your students. This time I chose dice and love how this version gets kids thinking about addition! Ready to check it out? Here is the website!
Using Book, Five Little Ducks to Decompose Number 5 (from Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten)
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Lots of addition activities for free. Using Book, Five Little Ducks to Decompose Number 5 (from Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten)
Using Book, Five Little Ducks to Decompose Number 5 (from Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten) Good idea to use beads as a multiplicative especially when you are using more than 10!
Five Little Ducks...Sing Five Little Ducks and use pipe cleaners/beads to decompose the number 5.
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Rowdy in Room 300: decomposing numbers
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5 Little Ducks  decomposing
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Math Coach's Corner: Composing and Decomposing Numbers: Cube Trains. Math Coach's Corner: Composing and Decomposing Numbers: Cube Trains. Learning the combinations for numbers through 10 is an essential Kindergarten skill. This entire book is nothing but activities for combinations to 10! Read more and grab a FREEBIE!
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Building Number Sense  Games & Activities to Practice Combinations to 10 (Grades K1) [Catherine Jones Kuhns, Diane Lyons, Joyce Rainville] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Students are guaranteed to enjoy the activities in this book. But more than having fun, they will be engaged in the critical practice they need to learn by heart  the number combinations to 10.
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Decomposing numbers by building houses.