This resource is designed to help you incorporate concrete and representational experiences into your math class. Students will build the expression with ten frames, draw a representation, represent parts and wholes, write the equation, and make important connections while working with the break-apart subtraction strategy.
We know how important it is for students to SEE the math they are working with. Regardless of which grade you teach, this is an essential part of true understanding.
*Paper-Saving Tip* The pages can easily be put inside plastic sheet protectors and used with a dry erase marker at a math workstation.
This resource includes 20 printable activities to help your students work with the break-apart subtraction strategy in concrete and representational ways.
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