# Making ten

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### This download includes two worksheets. The first sheet has a tens frame with a blank equation. Students must determine the equation by writing how many frames have dots plus how many frames do not have dots. This helps them practice the different ways to make 10. The second sheet is set up in the same way but the equation has one missing number. Students must use the tens frame to help them determine the missing number. Hope this helps your student to become more fluent with ways to make…

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### (decomposing numbers 6-10) One of my repins on pinterest inspired me to make these for Robbie. I thought I'd share them in cas...

Melissa Duerr saved to teaching ideas

### Tracing Practice! TONS of printable for Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade and 3rd Grade!

### Addition Math Facts Game: Make Ten with Sticky Notes~ a great beginning of the year review for 2nd graders!

### Use this free ten frame printable pack with math grids to explore number sense, counting, adding, subtracting, and comparing numbers!

Vanessa McMullin saved to Math

### Since the beginning of the school year, I've been working on slowly introducing the memorization of math facts to my son. This week we've been focusing on learning the numbers that add up to ten. I thought I'd share with you the making 10 activities we've done this week, including a free game I created! We

### Recipe for Teaching - Ingredients for making learning fun and engaging!

Carla Alvarado saved to Guided math organization

### Recipe for Teaching - Ingredients for making learning fun and engaging!

Misha Bartolomei saved to Math

### Making ten is a key building block that helps students mentally add bigger numbers as they get older. So how do we ensure kids know all of their tens partners or ways to make 10? We practice! Here are some of my favorite games and activities for making ten.

Patricia Medina saved to MATH