# Decomposing numbers

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Decomposing Numbers! But shale it like pumpkins! More

If you’re teaching number bonds and would love a break from worksheets, these engaging, hands-on activities are a must. Solve missing addends with playdough, set up a fun math center with write and wipe cards… there are so many possibilities! Teaching Number Bonds Number bond activities help kids build their understanding of the part-part-whole concept, which refers to a whole number being made up of two or more parts. My favorite way to start teaching

Compose and Decompose Numbers 11-19 FREEBIE

This is such a visual way to show students how to decompose numbers!

This set has six hands-on centers for teen numbers in kindergarten. Great activities for math stations!

Five for Friday: January 22

Day 13 for me here. Yes... 13 days of school already down. I mean seriously, it literally seems like the first day was yesterday. It's already flying by! We all know down in Kinder-World that the e More

A fun way to practice making 5. Put two-sided manipulatives in a cup, have the kids shake and pour them out. They dab or color the way they made 5.

Decomposing Numbers Kindergarten Puzzles K.OA.3 are a valuable asset to any kindergarten classroom. This is a great resource for review, math centers, group work and for math interventions. This puzzle set includes 10 puzzles (covering numbers 1-10), answer key, and an optional center instruction page. Your students will love this number bonds to 10 activity!

This is such a beautiful visual for kids to learn and remember their addition facts! It's also a great way for them to see the commutative property! FREE printable included!