Yes, more make 10 practice! Of course you could easily change this game to practice any number. We’re starting with memorizing 10s and doubles and then will move onto 6-9.
So typically in memory you are searching for matching cards. In this game we are looking for two numbers that, when added together, equal 10. So 1 and 9 is a match. I started out with just one set of each, but you could easily do a bigger game with double the cards.
To simplify life, I just used the number cards from yesterdays game. They can be downloaded here!
Flip over two cards, and add them together. If they equal 10, you keep the cards! 4+2=6, no go!
This wasn’t as popular as yesterday’s game. My kids are adverse to memory for some reason. But that’s okay. Some games are hits and some aren’t!