Making a 'ten' is a strategy we all use in regular computation, but as adults, we're so automatic in our process we may not even realize that's what we do. This bright and colorful PDF worksheet will let your student see how easy it can be to add three numbers when they first make a ten for more efficient and quicker computation. They'll be delighted by the monsters and will gain practice with fine motor skills as they check off each correct answer box.
Having a few different strategies when adding leads math students to quick and efficient computation. This adorable and colorful worksheet lets them use the strategies of making tens and adding doubles to add numbers with more than three addends. They'll gain practice figuring out what strategy works best and most efficiently for them, and they'll feel confident in their fast and accurate computation ability.
Can your child find the little penguin in this worksheet? Ask your kids if they can tell you some of the habits of a penguin, and some other things they know about the birds. In this tracing sheet, you will help your kids add numbers to amount to 10. There are four icebergs in the picture, and on each iceberg are three numbers. Ask your kids to trace the dotted line between the 2 numbers in each group that equal 10.