# Number combinations

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This is a visual math manipulative that allows students to see the numbers that add up to a given sum. They can color or stamp in the circles to show that the parts of the whole are different.

Number Comb Booklets** for number bracelets

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve! (image/idea only)

Decompose Numbers - Great for Kindergarten Math Common Core K.OA.3. Includes a link to purchase worksheets from Teachers Pay Teachers

Descomposition

Rainbow Number Combinations to 10 Freebie {from Cupcake for the Teacher} - Awesome!

FREE Subtraction Smash mats! Students use Play-Doh to subtract. Includes three versions of the Subtraction Smash mats to differentiate!

I love this math activity. It’s genius on so many levels! This would help students with addition and subtraction, but also to teach “the 9’s trick” with multiplication! It w…

Rainbow Combinations to 10 Freebie offered by "A Cupcake for the Teacher."

Freebie! Combinations of ten. Enjoy! (My sister just downloaded and used with some of her K kids...and didn't know it was mine!)