### Math Teaching Resources

This is a good song for stressing the connection between sums to ten and their inverse subtraction facts. The first page is the song. The second has places for the kids to write the numbers, and the third can be cut apart into sentence strips for the kids to arrange.

### Crickweb

After teaching children to understand conceptually that even numbers can be sorted into equal groups of two or two equal groups with no remainders, this is a great site for practicing the rule that even numbers in in 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8.

### ICT Games

Use base ten blocks to keep the shark from eating your boat!

### Math Frog

Use your greater than > and less than < skills to help a frog cross a marsh.

### Crickweb

Scroll Down. This site would be great if used with a hundreds chart or number line to practice comparing numbers and number sense. It can be set for numbers to 100, 500, or 1,000.

This PPT provides a visual for teaching the doubles rap.

### Crickweb

Use this number balance either for teacher led single number or equation comparisons.

### ICT Games

This site will let kids set the starting number and repeatedly add ten more.

### Harcourt

This would be a great game for two players at a Station.

### ABCya!

This site allows kids to practice addition facts with manipulatives.

### Funbrain

This would be a great site to use while kids are solving with hundred or ten charts.

This site has lots of place value games that are appropriate for grades K-5.

### AAA Math

This site doesn't show the money but does provide good practice.

### ICT

This site lest you move by tens, then ones to save swimmers!

### Mrs. Woods

This PPT gives doubles problems with pictures and gives the answer after a mouse click.

### Harcourt

This would be a great game for two players at a Station.

### ICT

Tell whether the numbers are odd or even and save the dragon eggs!

### ICT Games

This site has links to some awesome interactive sites.

### Crickweb

Though this game lacks contextual problems, it gives students experience with solving various addition and subtraction problem types (result, beginning, and change unknown).

Spacejumps! Though teacher guidance may be needed to help students recognize that they're decomposing numbers, this site is awesome for helping them with the connection of tens and ones to breaking down numbers. They'll need help with the symbolic representation (Ex for 8 + 6 would be 8 + 2 = 10, then add four more to get 14.

### Crickweb

This chart has many options for color differentiation, starting point, increments, etc.

### ICT Games

This game will let students identify numbers represented by base 10 pictures. Fun!

### Math Teaching Resources

This document has three pages. The first is a song. The second has missing numbers for the kids to fill in, and the third can be cut into strips for them to put together.

Note that these cards are meant to be folded and glued so that students can display their number as they read the question.

This is a great resource for helping kids understand that moving from left to right on a number line can be associated with addition and right to left with subtraction. Most importantly, they can use it to learn that any type of subtraction problem illustrates the distance between the two numbers. Maybe have them try to solve the problem with the floating pen tools first, then click to check their work?

### ICT

SB, Beaver lets you compose numbers to ten. Note that only one pair will work in a round, then you must click next to earn another point.