Using Make Ten to Add — Let's Practice
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Today we are practicing using make ten to add with Razzi! This video contains examples to help you practice, learn, and become more confident in addition!
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Razzi says get these items ready (...) Because today we're going to practice... Using make ten to add. It's time to begin! Remember that ten frames are a great tool to help count and add groups of ten quickly. If Mr. Squeaks wants to add twentyfour plus twelve, how much will he have? Start by creating an equation... and fill the ten frames with the smaller addend. Then, start with the larger addend and count on using the ten frames. Did you also get thirtysix? Let's tackle the next problem! If Imani wants to add thirtyfive plus eight, how much will they have all together? Start by creating an equation... and fill the ten frame with the smaller addend. Then, start with the larger addend and count on using the ten frame. Did you also get fortythree? Let's tackle the next problem! If Mr. Squeaks wants to add fortyseven plus fourteen, how much will he have in total? Start by creating an equation... and fill the ten frames with the smaller addend. Then, start with the larger addend and count on using the ten frames. Did you also get sixtyone? Let's tackle the final problem! If Imani wants to add sixtythree plus fifteen, how much will they have in total? Start by creating an equation... and fill the ten frames with the smaller addend. Then, start with the larger addend and count on using the ten frames. Did you also get seventyeight? Razzi had so much fun practicing with you today! See you next time!
Using Make Ten to Add — Let's Practice exercise

How to add using 10 frames.
Hints"Addend" is another word for a number in an addition equation.
When you add 2 or more addends together, you get the "sum"!
When solving word problems, you always want to rewrite the information using numbers and math symbols such as + and =.
This type of written phrase is called an equation.
SolutionStep 1: Write down the equation.
Step 2: Fill in the 10 frame with the smaller addend.
Step 3: Start from the larger addend and then count up using the 10 frame.

Help Mr. Squeaks solve the equation.
HintsFill in the 10 frame with the smaller addend.
The addends for this equation are 27 and 8.
If there's not a 10 frame given, you can make your own.
Draw 8 circles or dots on the paper.
Count up from the larger addend using the dots you've just drawn!
SolutionMr. Squeaks should draw a 10 frame with 8 circles.
Starting from 27, Mr. Squeaks should count the circles in the 10 frame.
So, 27 + 8 = 35

Add using the 10 frames.
HintsFirst, identify the larger addend.
Count up from the larger addend using the 10 frame shown next to the equation.
Let's look at problem #2.
58 + 17 = ?
58 is the larger addend. Count up from 58 using this 10 frame.
Solution42 + 16 = 58
58 + 17 = 75
39 + 15 = 54
61 + 11 = 72

Solve all the equations.
HintsFor these problems, you should make your own 10 frames.
Start by drawing a rectangle with 10 boxes inside.
Next, color the same number of boxes as the smaller addend in the equation.
If you need to color in more boxes, just draw another 10 frame!
Use this 10 frame to solve problem #1.
Use this 10 frame to solve problem #2.
Use this 10 frame to solve problem #3.
Use this 10 frame to solve problem #4.
Solution23 + 17 = 40
56 +12 = 68
74 + 18 = 92
67 + 20 = 87

Use the 10 frames to solve the equation.
HintsStart by identifying the larger number in the equation.
Count up the number of dots in the 10 frame starting from the larger number.
So, the first dot should be counted as 37.
Solution36 + 13 = 49
First, start with the larger addend, 36.
Then, use the ten frames to add on 13.
36 + 10 = 46. 46 + 3 = 49.

Solve the word problem.
HintsThe question asks you to add the number of butterflies that Imani saw to the number of butterflies that Mr. Squeaks saw.
Start by writing an addition equation that shows this.
Your equation should look like this:
37 + 19 = ?
Use the 10 frame to help solve the equation.
SolutionImani and Mr. Squeaks saw 56 butterflies all together.
First, start with the larger addend, 37.
Then, create two ten frames to add on 19. 37 + 10 = 47. 47 + 9 = 56.
37 + 19 = 56.