by Catherine Jones Kuhns
Your students` mastery of math facts will be Right on the Button when they practice with these fun, colorful cards, which pose questions to be answered by arranging buttons on ten-frame cards. As students use the cards with concrete manipulatives, they internalize number relationships, reinforce an understanding of place value, and build a strong foundation for future mathematics success. Cards are numbered in order of difficulty, so differentiation is a snap, and the answer is printed on the back of each one, so students can check their own work. Use in centers and small groups, in the whole group with a document camera, and as take-home activities. You supply the buttons and the ten-frames for organizing them; the cards provide the clues and the fun.
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84 six-inch cards