Sums with Bead Bars – Clip Cards and Worksheets with Teen Numbers – Free Math Printable

These sums with clip cards and math printable would be especially helpful for children who are working on teen number recognition and addition.

I find it helpful for children to write the corresponding numbers below bead bars when they work with sums.

These task cards can be used for clipping the correct sum.

As a variation, you may like to print and cut number cards, laminate them, and attach velcro to them. Invite the children to place corresponding numbers and circle the correct sum.

This way you will add an additional challenge for little fingers to the task.

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You are also invited to download worksheets with 32 sums.

There are a couple of different ways you may decide to use this printable. One way is to print our worksheets or cut them to make task cards. Offer to your students to complete one, two, or all sums. They might want to color the bead bars with corresponding colors or just use their learner pencil.

Another way is to laminate or use plastic sleeves. Gather dry erase pens and reuse your worksheets/task cards in the future.

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Place Value Cards and Mats

  • Place Value Cards for Lower-Elementary Students
  • Fifty Interesting Facts based on Science, Art, Music, History and Geography scope and sequence content
  • 50 sets of matchup cards and 50 mats for place value composition cards

Place Value Cards and Mats with Interesting Facts contains 50 place value matching sets and 50 place value mats with interesting facts in Geography, Science, Music, Art, and History. Students can learn fascinating facts and practice memorizing dates and numbers associated with different subjects in a fun and engaging way. It also combines building students’ comprehension skills and encourages them to conduct further research based on the facts that they’ve learned.

All facts are based on Montessori Scope and Sequence.

This is a great option for children who are more advanced and get their job done ahead of others. Offer this activity as an additional challenge.

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About Anastasia - Anastasia is an early childhood teacher and the founder of Montessori Nature - a blog about Montessori living and learning and nature-based explorations. With many years of experience working in a Montessori environment and homeschooling her children, she directed her passion for all things Montessori and nature into creating educational resources. You can learn more here and browse her printables on Teachers Pay Teachers.

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