Printable “Make 10 Addition Strategy” Worksheets:

Make 10 strategy, addend is 9 (eg. 9 + 6)

Make 10 strategy, addend is 8 (eg. 8 + 5)

Make 10 strategy, addend is 7,8,9

Make 10 strategy (eg. 67 + 4)

### Make 10 Strategy Second Grade Worksheets

The “make 10” strategy is a foundational math strategy that helps students quickly and efficiently solve addition problems by creating a sum of 10. This strategy is particularly useful for second-grade students as they continue to develop their addition skills.

- Number Bonds to 10: Start by reinforcing the concept of number bonds to 10. Use visuals such as circles or diagrams to show the different ways numbers can combine to make 10.
- Highlight Pairs to Make 10: Point out and discuss pairs of numbers that make 10, such as

1 + 9

2 + 8

3 + 7

4 + 6

5 + 5

Example:

7 + 6 can be thought of as 7 + 3 + 3 = 10 + 3 = 13

18 + 5 can be thought of as 18 + 2 + 3 = 20 + 3 = 23

By practicing the “make 10” strategy, students develop a flexible and efficient approach to addition, paving the way for more advanced mathematical concepts.

Have a look at this video, if you need to review how to use the make 10 strategy for addition.

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### More Make 10 Strategy Second Grade Worksheets

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Make 10 Strategy Worksheet #1 (up to 20)

Make 10 Strategy Worksheet #2 (up to 20)

Make 10 Strategy Worksheet #3 (up to 100)

Make 10 Strategy Worksheet #4 (up to 100)

2-digit + 1 digit Worksheet #1 (Sprint)

2-digit + 1 digit Worksheet #1 (Sprint)

Make 10 Strategy Lesson

Make 10 Strategy Worksheet (online)

3 Addends, Make 10 First (eg. 5 + 3 + 5 = __)

Add 3 single digit numbers (eg. 4 + 7 + 8)

3 Addends Word Problems

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