Building to TEN

Today we have discovered that there are 11 ten facts using addition (5 of them are reversed).  We have practised adding numbers to make ten and to build to the next ten.  For example we have practiced 3 + ? = 10 and if we had 32 how much would we need to get to 40?

We looked at this using a splat number chart.  Click here to try at home: http://www.primarygames.co.uk/pg2/splat/splatsq100.html

In Year Two, we should be able to know our ten facts automatically (no fingers).  Keep practicing and see if you can get faster:

2 min practice sheet

Adding Ten

2 thoughts on “Building to TEN

  1. thank so much for the practise sheets for Maths- we’re going to use them during the holidays and turn them into activities!

  2. No problems Teresa. It would be great for everyone to do a little practice of recalling ten facts and adding strings of addends on the holidays (such as 3 + 4 + 6 + 2 = ?)

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