Teacher Mama: 8 Fun Ways to Teach Number Bonds {After School Linky}

8 Fun Ways to Teach Number Bonds

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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!

Colored Paper Number Bonds

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My teaching partner discovered this idea from You Might Be a First Grader.

Number Bond Bracelets

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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.

Number Bond Card Game

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This is our own Number Bond Card Game— a simple and fun way to practice number bonds with a friend.

T-Shirt Number Bonds with a FREE Download

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Love this idea from The Kindergarten Center.  Use clothes pins, a numbered “t-shirt” and a hanger to practice making number bonds.

Hula Hoop Number Bonds

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How awesome is this idea from Tunstall’s Teaching Tidbits? Use pool noodles and a hula hoop to create and practice number bonds.

FREE Number Bond/Fact Family Printable

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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

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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!

FREEBIE Number Bond Practice Papers

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I love these free number bond practice sheets from Smedley’s Smorgasboard.  Please visit the link for downloading directions.

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AFTER SCHOOL LINK UP

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The After School Link Up is a great place to share ideas and to find new ideas to do with your children after school or in your homeschool.  The After School Link Up goes live every Monday. So, if you are a blogger, an educator or just some one looking for some good ideas, be sure to stop by Boy Mama Teacher Mama (or the other co-hosts) on Mondays and see what others have to share.

We would love to have you link up your School-Age Post (Ages 5 and up) about your learning week after school including Crafts, Activities, Playtime and Adventures that you are doing to enrich your children’s lives after their day at school, homeschool or on the weekend! When linking up, please take a moment to comment on at least one post linked up before yours and grab our After School button to include a link on your post or site! By linking up you’re giving permission for us to share on our After School Pinterest Board or Feature on our After School Party in the upcoming weeks!

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6 thoughts on “Teacher Mama: 8 Fun Ways to Teach Number Bonds {After School Linky}

  1. I found this post from another of your posts: every host from this linky part is just amazing!! I keep finding posts and adding them to our Afterschool schedule. We have been using 3 Dinosaurs Ways to make… Printable s and I think he is ready to start expanding with more ways to make bonds. Just in time! Thank you for sharing!

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