Monday, September 10, 2012

[Teacher Tuesday] Part-Part-Ten

Part-Part-Whole is a BIG NEW way of teaching/learning addition and subtraction.
When children are able to automatically recite the missing addend in an equation, they have a very high understanding of that equation - the parts and the whole.

I recently tested (along with all other first grade teachers in my district) our Chapter 1 test in our new math program (Go Math).
My littles were L.O.S.T. when it came to part-part-whole equations.

I've also heard from some of my 2nd grade teacher friends that the 2nd graders are not quite firm with this concept.

Well. . .I can't let that happen!
So. . .you get the Part-Part-Ten game.
This FREE download (image is linked) is available only through Latter-Day Crafters.
Tomorrow over on my blog, I'll have the Number Bond version of the TENS.
(Same concept, different format).

Thanks for stopping by.
Have a great week!


  1. As one of the 2nd grade teachers I say Thank You!

  2. Just a little glitch, when I went to print all of the numbers are missing or blacked out, any suggestions?

    1. If you're printing at home on a mac, sometimes that happens. . .check at school this morning and see if they print. If not, then, CRAP! I'll see what I can do on my end.

  3. This is great!
    I also use this way of teaching for my children with dyscalculia!


  4. I'm going to try it later in the fall when we get to that stuff. Looks fun- thanks!

  5. Thank you so much! This concept is difficult for my littles too! I will utilze it to bring those skills up! Looks like it will be loads of fun! Really appreciate you sharing this with all of us!


We would Love to hear your positive comments. We would love to help you sell and advertise your handmade items.