8 Fun Ways to Teach Number Bonds
I was so excited to find so many great ideas for teaching number bonds this week that I collected my favorites to share with you all. Hope you find something you like!
My teaching partner discovered this idea from You Might Be a First Grader.
This is another way to make number bonds fun from Ashley Klein on Teachers Pay Teachers. Use a pipe cleaner and beads to create number bonds and then use her handy recording sheets to write down the math facts.
This is our own Number Bond Card Game— a simple and fun way to practice number bonds with a friend.
Love this idea from The Kindergarten Center. Use clothes pins, a numbered “t-shirt” and a hanger to practice making number bonds.
How awesome is this idea from Tunstall’s Teaching Tidbits? Use pool noodles and a hula hoop to create and practice number bonds.
Once students really know their number bonds, try using this FREE printable from Boy Mama Teacher Mama to write the related fact families.
Paper Chain Number Bonds
I can’t seem to find a link to the creator of this idea. I found it on Pinterest. I love the idea of using colored paper chains to make number bonds. If anyone knows whose picture this is, please email me so I can give the proper credit!
I love these free number bond practice sheets from Smedley’s Smorgasboard. Please visit the link for downloading directions.
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