What do you do for kids that are having trouble memorizing their math facts? All of my boys are working on memorizing some facts and without motivation, it just seems like slow going. We play games, watch math shows, and even do bedtime math.
Sometimes though, I need something that I can just hand over and let them work on themselves.
I did a complete post on these books about a month ago but today I wanted to share the sums of 10 book for free!
How to Make the No Prep Addition Booklets
Otherwise, let me tell you a bit about these books. First, they’re *almost* no prep. The teachers version is literally print, staple, and cut (once). They are set up to print with a full booklet on top and a full booklet on bottom. This is the better option for anyone printing off 2 or more booklets at a time.
The regular version is for single books. It’s still not a lot of prep, but you’ve got to cut, put the pages together, and then staple.
There are 8 half pages of activities! Each age has a different activity. With my own kids I’ve found that some pages resonate more than others. I’ve printed out a few of these for the boys but they dont usually finish all the pages. And I don’t push it! I’d rather they work on the pages that work for them.
Teachers Version of the No Prep Addition Booklets
Yes, the teachers version is ready! It will be up on Teachers Pay Teachers as soon as my computer decides to cooperate with me (very soon). The teachers version of the sums of 10 booklet is included on the newsletter as well!
Why the No Prep Math Booklet for Sums of 10?
I chose the sums of 10 for a very specific reason – learning 10s is probably one of the most important sums to learn! Knowing the 10 facts can make future math so much easier. We’re definitely worked harder on the 10 facts than any other sum.
This freebie is a part of my newsletter. To get it you just need to subscribe. The e-mail will follow shortly after!
To purchase the whole set, visit Teachers Pay Teachers!