Number bonds to 10 – 8 of the best worksheets and resources for KS1/2
Give young maths students a firm grounding in addition with these worksheets, games, videos, lesson plans, posters and more for teaching number bonds to 10…
- by Teachwire
1 | Number bonds games to play online
Teaching number bonds to 10 can sometimes feel a little samey. After all, there are only a small number of combinations. So why not let kids do something fun to either learn, or consolidate their learning of, number facts?
These interactive games are all free to play on line and range from basic to more advanced, so there should be something for all children.
2 | Number bonds to 10 bumper pack
This whopping 114-page PDF contains a bumper crop of material for teaching number bonds to 10 in a fun and visually engaging way.
Featuring themes ranging from animals to holidays and aliens to sport, this pack includes colourful posters, card pairs and a wide variety of illustrated worksheets for pupils to complete.
3 | White Rose Maths worksheets
These activity sheets have been created to match the small steps on the White Rose maths schemes of work. They are for the autumn term, weeks 5-8.
The questions include varied fluency with reasoning with problem solving, and an additional sheet with extension activities and children are given a variety of pictorial examples to work with and questions to provoke deeper thinking.
4 | Teach number bonds with sweets lesson plan
Mike Askew’s love of peppermint creams inspires a lesson aimed at teaching children to collaborate, explore number facts and work systematically…
5 | Number bonds to 10 videos
We rounded up seven of the best video guides on the web to give you a few simple ideas how to teach your number bonds to your pupils.
7 | Kangaroo puppet lesson plan
Use Chris Ingram’s kangaroo puppet lesson to help your KS1 pupils explore number facts and develop their problem-solving skills.
8 | Number bonds dice games pack
For this activity children roll a dice and colour in the number of circles on the dice. Then they colour in the other part.
Children then write down the two parts that the whole number is broken into.
The pack contains games for making 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.