Number bonds are an excellent way for young children to visualize basic addition and subtraction facts! Use this interactive math activity to help your first-grade students practice adding and subtracting within ten. Children will use number bonds to solve basic math facts involving addition and subtraction within ten. Your class will love this fun, engaging math activity from iKnowit.com!
What kind of questions does this first-grade math game feature? You can be sure your students will be challenged and engaged by a variety of number bond math problems! Many questions require little ones to "Fill in the missing number" for the number bond. Some problems are presented in multiple-choice format while others require students to fill in the blank. Students will use the number bonds to solve a variety of math facts: 6 + 4, 7 + 2, 6 + 0, 9 – 5, and 6 – 3, for example. If students need a little extra help solving one of the math problems, they can click on the "Hint" button. The hint provides a helpful illustration, such as a ten-frame, to help children visualize the math fact in a different way. Children gain new understanding without having the answer given away by the hint. When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page appears on their screen, providing an easy-to-understand explanation to help them learn from mistakes.
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We hope you and your first-grade class will give this number bonds lesson a try today! Be sure to explore the hundreds of 1at grade math lessons in our online collection too!
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This interactive math lesson is classified as Level A. It may be ideal for first grade students.
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