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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Grade 1 students learn how to solve word problems with three addends, two of which make ten.

Common Core Standards: 1.OA.2, 1.OA.3, 1.OA.6

Module 2 Make Ten Strategy

This video shows the make ten strategy at a concrete, pictorial, and abstract level. It allows show how number bonds can be used as a written method for tracking the process of using the make ten strategy.

Lesson 1 Concept Development

Finding a 10 to add 3 numbers.

Lesson 1 Problem Set

Read the math story. Make a simple math drawing with labels. Circle 10 and solve
2. Maria gets some new toys for her birthday. She gets 4 dolls, 7 balls, and 3 games.
How many toys did she receive?
___ + ___ + ___ = ___
10 + ___ = ___
Maria received ____ toys. Lesson 1 Homework

Read the math story. Make a simple math drawing with labels. Circle 10 and solve.
1. Chris bought some treats. He bought 5 granola bars, 6 boxes of raisins, and 4 cookies. How many treats did Chris buy?
2. Cindy loves pets. She has 5 cats, 7 goldfish, and 5 dogs. How many pets does she have in all?
3. Mary gets stickers at school for good work. She got 7 puffy stickers, 6 smelly stickers, and 3 flat stickers. How many stickers did Mary get at school altogether?
4. Jim went to breakfast at school. He sat at a table with 4 teachers and 9 children. How many people were at the table after Jim sat down?

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