## Sweet Problem Solving

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## Sweet Problem Solving

## Skip-Counting Routine

## Seasonal Problem Solving: Making Ten Activity

## Adding on a 120 Chart

## Boo! Ghostly Math Fun for Making 10

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You can’t get much more of a real-life connection to problem-solving than this. This post contains affiliate links, which simply means that when you use my link and purchase a…

Many mental math strategies rely on students being able to “jump” tens. For example, 10 more than 28 is 38. The fancy math term for this skill is counting by…

Many teachers still approach problem-solving as if it is a standalone topic to be taught in isolation. There are classrooms with Problem Solving Friday, for example. Doesn’t that send the…

A 120 chart is a great tool for supporting addition and subtraction with our younger kiddos, especially as they start to work with larger numbers. I would suggest having kids…

Knowing the combinations for making 10 is an important early childhood math skill. Ideally, we want our students to leave Kindergarten with automaticity for the combinations of the numbers to…