In this addends worksheet, students read each math word problem. Students complete the number sentence and then solve. Students can draw or write an explanation of their answer.
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Putting Together Ten
Groups explore sets of 10 items in two varieties (i.e. 3 white buttons and 7 black ones, or 5 bears and 5 bunnies). They brainstorm about their objects, write math sentences to represent what they have, and report their discoveries to...
1st - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Try for Five: Decomposing Numbers with the Food Pyramid
Fifth in a mini math unit, this lesson develops number sense by having your class compose and decompose numbers up to five by creating meals with items from the food pyramid. On paper plates, they draw or glue pictures of different foods...
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable