Combinations to 10
When we say “combination,” we mean any two number parts that make up a whole number. For example, a combination of 7 is 4 and 3, since 4 and 3 add up to 7! When you students can break up any number to 10 and easily put the parts together, they will be able to work flexibly and powerfully with bigger numbers. Check out the video lesson and resources below to practice Combinations to 10 at home!
On / Off Game
Finding Combos Card Game
Carrera de dados
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