This is a great activity to help children practice one more / one less. It can be used in a maths center or as a lesson. Children get lots of practice up to 3 digit numbers and crossing boundaries of 10 and 100.
Here is an example of the format of this lesson:
An example of a task card set
There is a set of colorful 24 pack task cards. They are perfect for laminating or backing on card to be re-used. They make a great group work activity, an activity for maths centre, extension work or a maths activity for a main lesson.
There is a record sheet to help students track their progress . It’s also been a great way to inspire trainee teachers if they are looking for a quick activity and ask for an idea to teach this topic in maths.
All art work is original.
This Task Card pack includes:
24 task cards - colour with original artwork.
Student record sheet
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