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Addition Using a Tens Frame

This Document gives your child practice with adding two numbers 0-10. We suggest placing this document into a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete the addition problems. This is a great worksheet in helping your child visualize groupings of 10.  First, give your child an addition sentence using numbers 0-10.  Encourage them to use the tens frame to organize the numbers visually.  Lastly, we highly suggest you ask your child to always find two addition sentences per Number Bond. This helps with number flexibility and will contribute to their increase in Math fluency.  

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Blank Number Bond (Grade 1)

This document gives your child practice with the concept of part-part- whole number relationships. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete this exercise. It is important for your child to see numbers as flexible, and the ways in which they can be broken down. We suggest you give them a number (whole) and place it in the single box. Your child then needs to decipher what two numbers (parts) are used to make the whole. Don’t forget to switch it up on your child, give them the parts and let them decide the whole.

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Ten Frame (grade 1)

This document gives your child practice with visualizing numbers 0-10. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete this exercise. This insert helps your child develop a sense of ‘ten’ and place value. A strong sense of ‘ten’ needs to develop in your child in order for them to experience future success in their Math education. We suggest letting your child use manipulative counters (example; pennies, cotton balls, Gold Fish) to fill in the frame with the number you provide them. This will ensure they gain a strong number sense within the context of ten. By doing this your child will also develop mental images of numbers and different metal strategies for manipulating these numbers.

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Bill/Coin Insert (grade 2)

Make money make ‘cents’ for your second grader. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete this exercise. Your student will be able to learn about coins and their value by using this graphic organizer to visually see the break down of a dollar.

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Number Bond with two Number Sentences (grade 2)

This document gives your child practice with the concept of part-part whole and flexible math reasoning. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete this exercise. This is a flexible insert, meaning there are many ways to utilize this educational tool. We highly suggest you ask your child to always find two addition and two subtraction sentences per Number Bond. This helps with number flexibility, and overall helps your child gain a higher math fluency level. EXTRA CHALLENGE: Just fill in two or three spaces for your child and let them fill in the rest of the work sheet.

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Place Value Chart with Tens Frame (2nd grade)

This insert can help your child organize numbers in a mathematically meaningful way. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete this exercise. Your child should already have extensive knowledge with working in a tens frame before using this document. This graphic organizer prompts students to look for tens and regroup when necessary. This document helps students learn how our base-ten system works to build numbers. Remember to always have them symbolize the number at the bottom of the page!

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Analog Clock Insert (Grade 1)

This document gives your child practice working with an analog clock. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to practice time. You can draw a time on the clock and have them represent that through numbers or you can give them a time represented through numbers and ask them to correctly identify where the “little hand” and “big hand” should be pointing. EXTRA CHALLENGE: if your child is feeling confident in their time telling abilities try verbally giving them a time and having them fill out the entire insert on their own.

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Blank Number Bond with Two Addition Sentences (grade 1)

This document gives your child practice with the concept of part-part whole. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete this exercise. This is a flexible insert, meaning there are many ways to utilize this educational tool. We highly suggest you ask your student to always find two addition sentences per Number Bond. This helps with number flexibility, and overall helps your child gain a higher math fluency level.

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Hundreds Chart (grade 1)

This document gives your child a visual reference when working with numbers 0-100. Let your child’s creativity run loose when working with this document. Encourage them to naturally discover the patterns with in the Hundreds Chart. This chart is fundamental to a conceptual understanding of place value.

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Fraction Bars (grade 2)

Let your child practice their fine motor skills by providing them with a child friendly pair of scissors to cut out these fraction bars. Start by having your child compare and order the fractions. This will help to increase their understanding of fraction relationships. They will develop skills in problem solving and reasoning as they make connections between various fractions. Another alternative is inserting this document into a sleeve protector and letting your child diagram directly on top with a white board marker.

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Place Value Chart (grade 2)

Place value is perhaps the most fundamental concept imbedded in the elementary school mathematics curriculum. Use this insert to help your child become a master of place value to the hundreds place. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete this exercise. Have them draw pictorial representations of a number of your choice. Don’t forget to always have them complete a pictorial drawing of a number by symbolizing it!

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Time Interval Worksheet Template (2nd Grade)

This document helps student become familiar with the idea of elapsed time. We suggest placing this document in a sleeve protector and letting your child use a white board marker to complete this exercise. Give your child two different time and let them work through the problem by diagramming to discover the elapsed time. We suggest using “fraction pie” manipulatives in correlation to this activity to help them with the understanding of time.

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