Springtime is just around the corner? Can you feel it?
I absolutely adore spring. The earth starts waking up, the birds come back to roost, and the plants around us begin to bloom again! And….it’s also rainy. But no rain, no flowers, right?
Our youngest child is working on basic addition this year and we’re ready to start learning how to add to ten. So I thought we have a little spring fun with this raincloud adding to make ten activity!
This was such a fun (and fast!) math activity for kindergarten! See how to grab this printable math activity for your kids below!
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Raincloud Adding to Make Ten Activity
To use this raincloud adding to make ten activity, you’ll need the following: (This post uses affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer Paper
- Brass paper fasteners
This product includes a raincloud with blank addition spaces for adding to ten, along with raindrop strips that kids can color in to count up to ten!
The goal is to use two raindrop strips per cloud and show two numbers that can be added to make ten.
We started by depicting 6 + 4 = 10, so our little one colored six raindrops on one strip and three on the other.
We attached them and our raincloud was done!
There is also a blank cloud, so kids can fill in the entire equation on their own.
And if you want to save time, there are raindrop strips that are pre-colored for all the numbers from 1 to 10.
Once they’re attached, kids can just count up the numbers to reach 10! And fill in the equation with what they learned!
Be sure to let them count the individual raindrops and write the totals at the bottom too!
Scroll down to get your copy of our fun Raincloud Adding to Make Ten Activity!
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