Number Bonds

Number Bonds

Making 10

Addition Word Problems

Subtraction Word Problems

Fact Families

100

Make a number bond for the math problem 3+4=___

completed number bond 3+4=7

100

4 and what number make 10

6

100

Jack has 5 crayons and his teacher gave him 3 more. How many crayons does Jack have now? To solve create a number bond and a picture.

8 crayons with a completed number bond for the math problem 5+3=8

100

8 children were arguing over crayons. Some children went to get the teacher. Now there are 4 children left. How many children went to get the teacher? Use a math drawing to help you solve the problem.

4
Student used a correct math drawing to solve the problem.

100

Give three math problems in the same fact family as
4+5=9

any three addition or subtraction fact families for 4+5=9

200

Make a number bond for the math problem 7+3=__

Completed number bond for 7+3=10

200

3 and what number make 10

7

200

Ashley got 5 stickers at school. She got 9 more when she got home. How many stickers did Ashley get today? Use a math drawing to solve the problem.

14 stickers. Student must have a math drawing to show work for the math problem.

200

There are 6 flowers in the garden. 2 are wilted. How many flowers in the garden are healthy? Show the subtraction sentence you used to solve the problem and answer in a statement

6-2=4
4 flowers are healthy.

200

Give three math problems in the same fact family as
6+2=8

Any three addition or subtraction fact families for 6+2=8

300

Make a number bond for the math problem 5+__=9

Completed number bond for 5+4=9

300

Create a math problem that equals 10

Any addition problem that equals 10

300

Kathy and her sister always have the same amount of candy. Kathy has 5 pieces of candy. How much candy do Kathy and her sister have?

10 pieces of candy.

300

There are 7 teachers in a book club. Some more teachers join the club. Now there are 9 teachers. How many teachers joined the club? Show the subtraction sentence you used to solve the problem and answer the question in a statement.

9-7=2
2 teachers joined the book club.

300

Give three math problems in the same fact family as
4+6=__

Any three addition or subtraction fact families that match 4+6=10

400

Make a number bond for the math problem __+2=8

Completed number bond for 6+2=8

400

Name two addition problems (that are fact families) that equal ten.

Any two addition problems that are fact families and equal ten.

400

Kent has 7 books. He borrows some books from the library. He has 9 books total. How many books did Kent borrow from the library. Show the addition sentence you used to solve the problem and answer in a statement.

7+3=9
Kent borrowed 3 books from the library.

400

There are 10 friends talking about the football game. 8 friends watched the game. How many friends did not watch the game? Show the subtraction problem you used to solve the problem and answer the question in a statement.

10-8=2
Two friends did not watch the game.

400

Give three math problems in the same fact family as
9-1=8

Any three addition or subtraction fact families that match 9-1=8

500

Make a number bond for the math problem 10-___=7

Completed number bond for 10-3=7
10 is the whole

500

Name a subtraction problem with ten as the whole
ex: 10-___=____

Any subtraction problem with ten as the whole.

500

Josh had 9 slices of cake in the fridge. He had 2 slices. After the party all the cake was gone! How many slices of cake did his guests have?

2+7=9 The guests had 7 slices of cake.

500

Charlie says you can use an addition problem to solve a subtraction problem. He says to solve 3-2=__ just add 3+2. How is Charlie right? How is he wrong?

3+2=5 3-2=1 this is wrong But addition problems do help solve subtraction problems in the same fact family. 2+1=3 helps to solve 3-2=1

500

Give three math problems in the same fact family as
10-7=___

Any three addition or subtraction fact families that match 10-7=3

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