Monster fun with numbers bonds to 10 | Learning Fun | Mas & Pas
Have monster fun and learn those first number bonds at the same time. We've included a FREE monster printable so all you need to do is print, colour and start counting up those eyes. This number bond game is a fun way of doing sums that beats a textbook any day.
Snowman Addition to 10 Board Game - Frogs and Fairies
Kids can practice beginning addition with this cute Snowman Addition to 10 Board Game! To play, each player first puts a counter on start. Players take turn to roll the dice, move forward that many spaces. When they land on a spot, they answer the addition on the path to the snowman’s carrot nose. They... Read More »
Number Bonds to 10 Egg Game - The Imagination Tree
Make this awesome Number Bonds to 10 Egg Game as a fun way to practise maths skills without a worksheet! Hands on, kinaesthetic learning is always the best way to truly understand a new learning concept and is perfect for young learners at both school and home. The plastic, hollow Easter eggs that are widely...Read More »
BoomLearning.com - Amazing authors make awesome learning content! Practise number bonds to 10 and 20 with these jigsaw/puzzles. Students are to join the hexagons together using number bonds knowledge. The final shape should make a ‘flower’ shape with a hexagon in the middle and 6 around the outside. 5 puzzles for number bonds to 10. 5 puzzles for number bonds to 20. The 'paper' version is available at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Number-Bonds-to-10-20-Puzzles-Jigsaws-2783494
Making Ten with Flowers Making Ten Flowers is a great math center to use in your classroom during the spring! Students match number pairs that equal 10. This product includes brightly colored, fun flowers with the number 10 on them and green leaves with different numbers printed on them. Students ...
Spin and Make 10 - Freebie Math Game - A Kinderteacher Life
I want to quickly share a FREE game that I recently added to my Decomposing and Composing Math Center activity. In my last blog post, I shared instructional ideas and activities on how to teach primary learners how to decompose numbers. Here’s a free resource that you can use in your instruction. You can also ... Read More about Spin and Make 10 – Freebie Math Game