This Fall Themed Addition to 10 Printables & Centers Pack is full of fun ways to get your kids to learn their addition facts to 10! This pack is picture based, so it is perfect for kids who are just beginning to gain addition fact fluency and still need visual representations to help them add. The beautiful fall themed graphics are the icing on the cake! Be sure to check out everything that is included in these fall math activities for kindergarten! You’re math games and small group activities are done!

#### Fall Theme Addition to 10 Games Supplies:

• Printer/Ink
• Laminating Supplies
• Paperclip/Fastener

ADDITION FLUENCY GAMES ARE NECESSARY FOR KIDS TO BUILD FACT FLUENCY. WITHOUT FLUENCY, MATH WILL BE A STRUGGLE.

Single digit addition worksheets might do the trick to assess your students. However, getting them to learn their facts requires hands-on, interactive fun fact games and activities.

Here’s what’s included in the fall math activities for preschool and kindergarten. Addition to 5:

• Puzzles: pages 3-8
• Pinning Cards: pages 9-11
• Addition Spin & Win: pages 12, 14-18
• Addition Spin & Win War version: pages 13-18
• Bump!: pages 19-22
• Squirrel Match: pages 23-25
• Match It!: pages 26-28
• Slap-It!: pages 29-34
• Printables: pages 35-43

##### CANDY CORN FALL MATH

FALL IS A GREAT TIME OF YEAR TO FOCUS ON MATH FACT FLUENCY. KIDS NEED ALL YEAR TO BECOME CONFIDENT AND AUTOMATIC WITH BASIC ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION.

When students are comfortable adding to five, they can bump up to addition facts from 6 to 10:

• Puzzles: pages 45-53
• Pinning Cards: pages 54-58
• Addition Spin & Win: pages 60-61, 63-66
• Addition Spin & Win War version: pages 60, 62-66
• Bump!: pages 67-70
• Squirrel Match: pages 71-74
• Match It!: pages 75-79
• Slap-It!: pages 80-88
• Printables: pages 89-99

## Why Is It Important For Kids To Play Addition Games?

Children learn best when the learning feels easy and fun. Playing math games encourages practice with a ton of important skills while cleverly disguised as a fun game!

## Number Sense

Playing math games improves numbers sense which is the ability to understand, compare/contrast, and relate numbers to each other.

## Vocabulary

Encouraging kids to use math vocabulary while playing games (sum/difference/total/greater than/less than)is a meaningful way to practice.

## Automaticity

When children effortlessly (automatically) know basic math facts, it makes more complex computations easier.

## Cooperative Learning

Simple games with partners or small groups give kids a lot of practice with social skills, like taking turns, following rules, and winning/losing.

## 24 Activities

### Clothespin Cards:

Addition to 10. Place a paper clip or clothespin on the correct answer.

Spin & Win War version included. See the instructions in the picture below.

Bump! is one of our all-time favorite games! The kids love competing against each other and it gives them great practice on their math facts at the same time. Even big kids can use a good review every now and then.

### Squirrel Match Addition to 10:

Match the nuts to the correct squirrels. This is a favorite of my third daughter. I created it just for her while she was in kindergarten. She loves squirrels. You can see the Free Squirrel CVC printable that I also created for her.

### Addition to 5 Matching Games:

Multiple levels of Matching Games for lots of fun practice. Print them on the white side of scrapbook paper for a cute background on the cards. Plus, it will make it so the kids can’t see through the cards to cheat!

### Addition to 5 Slap It! Card Games:

We also love Slap It! games! We have so many for lots of different skills and the kids just can’t get enough of them!

### Plus, 4 Printable Activities for Each Level:

Every activity is created with a 1-5 set and a 6-10 set, however, you can mix and match many of the activities according to the ability of your students for easy differentiation.

### Word Problems

It’s never too early to start introducing simple word problems. Instead of always using addition sentences, throw in stories at snack time, when lining up, or at circle time each day.

### Subtraction Facts

Learning single digit addition goes hand in hand with subtraction. Teach your kids that subtraction is the opposite of addition! Working on addition and subtraction facts together helps kids compare and contrast.

### Fact Fluency Games

Once kids understand addition worksheets, they need to develop math facts fluency. How? Games, of course! Engage kids with games to promote automaticity with both addition and subtraction math facts.

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Kim Staten is a mother of four children ages 20, 19, 16, and 12. Kim has taught at the preschool, kindergarten and early elementary levels for 16 years. With extensive experience working with special needs children, including her own children with special needs (Rett Syndrome, autism, anxiety, and ADHD), she creates hands-on curricula and activities that are great for working with children of all abilities in the classroom and at home. Hands-on, accessible activities are her passion.

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