# Part Part Whole

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These March printables are great for building number sense and part part whole relationships! Themes include March Madness, St. Patrick's Day and Spring.

February Printables for Math and ELA, aligned with common core. Great for first grade morning work, assessment, centers, independent practice, homework and more!

Spring Break is coming to an end :( I have been sick most of it with a Sinus Cold and BF was gone all Spring Break so I’ve had lots of tim...

Roughly twice a week in my class I have some sort of “Exit Ticket” for my students to do. I normally give them one that has directed questions to solve over what we have covered or an open-ended response, and then we always do a Post-It, Prove It! A Post-It, Prove It! is where I […]

Easter Egg math FREEBIES for the elementary classroom

I created 2 free Part Part Whole Worksheets that has the students filling in the missing number and writing down the addition sentence that is associated with the numbers. I created this because I wanted my kids to have extra practice of finding a missing number in a problem and how to go about get...

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Ideas and FREE resources for implementing Number Talks. Great ideas for building number sense!

Educational resources for the first grade classroom + Classroom Decor, including math, language arts, word study, social studies, digital resources, and no prep printables; especially for teachers and those using distance learning.

Part Part Whole assessments/ worksheets to supplement cards. Aligned with Operations and Algebraic thinking standard 3. Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5 = ...

Number Bonds Worksheet Number Bonds 2 Number Bonds Preview I love the Number Bonds App. There are four levels of play...

Understanding part/whole thinking helps students work flexibly with numbers as they learn all the ways numbers can be composed and decomposed.

I’ve got math on the mind these days! Common Core for my firsties…wow, just wow. I’m dreaming of number bonds now, you too? A wonderful thing happened this week (and it’s only Wednesday) – our first graders “got it!” The number bonds all of a sudden clicked during this third week of instruction! [...]

Using bar models is a great way for students to organize information in story problems. Use snap cubes to help students bridge the gap between concrete and pictorial thinking! ...

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Part Part Whole Practice