# Making Ten Worksheets

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Equip kids with making ten worksheets featuring exercises to use number lines and ten frames to make 10, decompose numbers to create the friendly 10, and solve word problems using the making ten addition strategy. Drive home that 3 and 7, 4 and 6, 2 and 8, 5 and 5, 9 and 1 will all make a 10. The key takeaway of these PDF resources is determining the correct number combinations that add up to 10 to simplify addition. Use our answer keys for instant evaluations. Our free worksheets are a must-try!

Determine how many more counters are needed to make a total of 10. Kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 kids write the number of counters used and complete each addition equation.

Ben has three fish in his aquarium. How many more should he buy to make ten fish? Complete addition sentences in part A and construct sentences in part B, in these bridge-to-10 worksheets.

Decomposing and Composing to Make 10

Split up the highlighted number into two addends. Find one addend that can be composed with the third addend to make a ten and find the sum effortlessly in these printables.

Word Problems with Making Strategy

Raise the bar using these making ten worksheets that provide real-life scenarios where kids can apply the making ten addition strategy to simplify addition.

Addition within 20 Using the Making 10 Strategy

Three addends come together to test your skills in these practice sheets. Look for the two addends that combine to make a 10, then add the third addend to find the sum effortlessly!

Recapitulate the making ten strategy with exercises like drawing hops on number lines, drawing shapes on ten frames, and decomposing to complete addition equations.

Composing and Decomposing | Revision

Assess skills with these making ten worksheets that comprise a mix of problems to compose and decompose addends, and find the possible ways to add two numbers using the making ten strategy.