With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, what better way to practice this concept then with a fun Valentine’s Day craft and some chocolate. Because seriously, who doesn’t like to learn with chocolates!
This is a free activity to help your students learn to decompose the number 10. They will learn the different “Friends of 10!”
Each child was given a “box of chocolates,” some “chocolates,” and a tens frame. They then use their chocolates to fill the ten frame using any combination of circle chocolates and square chocolates. Once their ten frame was filled, they glued their chocolates to their Valentine’s Day box. Then recorded their combination to make 10. hey can also practice making different combinations and recording the different combinations they make on a separate recording sheet.
Color and B&W version
Your kids will love practicing decomposing the number 10 with this fun activity!
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