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### Math Warm-Ups

(From Steve Wyborney)

Splat through 10:

Splat 1.1

Splat 1.2

Splat 1.3

Splat 1.4

Splat 1.5

Splat through 20

Splat 2.1

Multiple Splats

Splat 3.1

Talking Math

(from Illustrative Math)

Visuals to use for synchronous class discussions.

# Math Problem of the Day

Number and Operations in Base Ten:

Common Core Standards

Five Frame Game

The four games that can be played with this applet help to develop counting and addition skills.

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Ten Frame Game

The four games that can be played with this applet help to develop counting and addition skills.

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Plus or Minus 10

Students use manipulatives to gain fluency with adding and subtracting 10.

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Students select a target number between 10-20 and find missing addends to make the target.

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Racing Bears

Students work together with their partner to collect all 10 counters in this collaborative game that encourages practice with counting and adding.

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Adventure Man and the Counting Quest

Students use their knowledge of skip counting and multiples to complete quests.

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Five in a Row

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Five in a Row: Subtraction

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Counters in a Cup

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Five-in-a-Row with Three Cards

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(printable)

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Salute

Salute (Spanish)

Students build fluency with addition and subtraction with this missing addend game.

Salute Video Demo

Ten Frame Card Deck

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Teddy Bear Race

Carrera del Oso (Spanish)

Students work together with their partner to collect all 10 counters in this collaborative game that encourages practice with counting and adding.

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Make Ten Go Fish

Pesca de Haz Diez (Spanish)

Students build fluency with ways to make 10 with this classic Go Fish game.

Make Ten Go Fish Video Demo

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Carrera a 20 (Spanish)

Students build fluency with addition within 20 with this partner game.

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Comparing Dots

Comparando Puntos (Spanish)

Students subitize dot cards in order to compare numbers.

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# (for virtual and in-person learning)

The students use the digits 1 to 9 at most one time each to place a digit in each box to make a true statement.

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Rooster’s Off to See the World

(consider putting this into GoFormative)

Rooster’s Off to See the World Read Aloud

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Rooster’s Off to See the World Task

Math Concepts: This task focuses on consecutive sums.  Students focus on making sense of problems and modeling with mathematics.  How will they organize their work?

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