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Smart Board Concept of Number or Addition

10 Smart Board Files for Concept of Number or Addition!  Great for math centers or workstations.  Aligned with Common Core and easily differentiated.

These are the actual Smart Notebook files so you can edit them!

There are eleven pages for each file.  I require my students to show me 10 different ways to make the number that they are working on.  (i.e. 10 different ways to make 5)

Another way that you could use these files would be to have a child show you a way to make each number listed at the top (5-15).  This is why there are eleven pages.

Open the file that you would like to use.
Slide the box to highlight the number that you would like to work on.
Grab the shape that you would like to add to the scene.

Themes Include:

Christmas – scatter presents around the tree.

Easter – scatter Easter Eggs around the bunny.

Food – create a meal on the plate.

Halloween – add spiders to the spider web.

Ice Cream – build ice cream cones.

Pond – add frogs or ducks to the pond.

St. Patrick’s Day – scatter shamrocks or pots of gold around the teddy bear.

Summer – scatter buckets, shovels, beach balls, or crabs on the beach.

Valentine’s Day – scatter hearts around the teddy bear.

Winter – scatter mittens, hats, or cups of hot chocolate around the snowman.



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