This PDF contains a 'Make 10' arts integrated math lesson designed for students in kindergarten to 2nd grade (common core standards are linked for kindergarten). Help your more visual students to really see how to make the sum of 10 with two different whole numbers. This lesson is also a great way to demonstrate the Commutative Property of Addition. And makes for a very eye-catching hallway display! Show your administration that you know how to use arts-integration to capture the minds of all your learners! :)
Included in this PDF:
Lesson plan with pictures (standards linked to kindergarten common core math standards)
Make-a-Ten Mosaic grid worsheet with directions for students (print on 11"x17" paper)
Printable numbers 1-10 playing cards (to substitute for regular playing cards)
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