This freebie includes six printables that practice number bonds! Three of the pages focus on numbers 0-5, and three of the pages focus on numbers 0-10. Students can use unifix cubes or other manipulatives to help figure out which number is missing in the number bond.Thank you!*****************************************************************************Here are more great resources!Spring Centers for KindergartenKindergarten Summer Review PacketKindergarten Morning Work for MarchOpinion…

This is a FUN quick number bond activity to help students become fluent with their bonds to 100. Students use mental math strategies (shown in presentation) to quickly bond to 100. It is very engaging as the students try to hurry around the track and make it to the finish line. This activity is in our TPT Smart Board Presentation -Number Bonds and Mental Math Activities. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/COMMON-CORE-NUMBER-BONDS-MENTAL-MATH-ACTIVITIES-for-Smart-Board-819893

LOVE THIS!!! The sticks have different number sentences to make the number.

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FREEBIE - Popcorn Addition (sums to 10, word problems, and number bonds) - kindergarten, first and second grade math, math centers, homework, morning work, and mini lessons - \$

### Developing Part/Whole Thinking

I’ve been working with my firsties on composing and decomposing the numbers 3, 4, and 5. Last week, I used number bond cards and manipulatives–linking cubes and ten-frames–to introduce the idea of number bonds. Read more about that here. Over the weekend, I finished up a set of cards showing pictorial representations for numbers bonds, …