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Addition to 10 Cover Up! Cards

Using technology to learn math skills is something your kindergarteners are going to love to do! Practicing addition to 10 with this simple Google Slides activity is perfect for at-home-learning or with iPads in your classroom! Kids will be begging to practice their addition facts.

Free Google Slides Addition to 10 kindergarten math activity. Use Google Slides to practice addition to 10 at home or at school with this free activity!

Using Google Slides for Learning

Using Google Slides for education is super easy. Seriously, I learned how in a matter of minutes.

So, even if you’ve never used Google Slides before, you can start using them with your kids today.

The first step is to sign into your Google Drive or Google Classroom.

Then, download the resource at the end of this post. The file delivered to your e-mail contains the link for the Google Slides file. When you click on the link, it will ask you to “Make a Copy” before using the activity.

PLEASE NOTE: You must make a copy, otherwise you will be changing the master file for everyone.

Once, you make a copy, you will also want to make a copy for each of your students. Save one master copy for yourself in a safe folder on Google Drive.

Then, you can send the files to your students!

The kids can open the file and start using the activity right away. It will open in ‘edit’ format and should stay that way. If the ‘present’ button is accidentally clicked, the file will not be interactive and must be switched back to ‘edit’ mode.

To use the Addition to 10 activity, the kids will identify the addition problems that match the sum on each card and cover the addition problems with the blocks provided on each screen.

Free Google Slides Addition to 10 kindergarten math activity. Use Google Slides to practice addition to 10 at home or at school with this free activity!

Engaging addition activities make learning addition so much fun!

And perfect for teachers who have found themselves in need of activities that don’t require printing.

Beginning Addition Activities for Kindergarten

This Addition to 10 activity for kindergarten is great way to review addition facts with your students!

Simply drag the blocks on top of the correct sum for each card.

More Addition Activities for Kindergarten

Free Google Slides Addition to 10 kindergarten math activity. Use Google Slides to practice addition to 10 at home or at school with this free activity!
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    1. Simply click on the pictures to see the activities. Then enter your e-mail where it says “Get your printable here” and the activities will be sent directly to your e-mail. 🙂

  1. When I download the google slides they are not opening in Edit Mode. In the upper right hand corner next to the share button it says PRESENT and has no other options. Any ideas on what went wrong?

    1. When the activity is initially opened in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity and you will not be able to interact with it yet. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

  2. Thanks so much. My country has just gone on lock down and we have 2 weeks to set up our class online. this is a huge help

  3. I am so excited about this activity. I can’t wait to hear my Grade 1’s reactions. I am very new at all of this ,but because of the lockdown in South Africa, I have had no choice but to learn new skills at top speed. Thank you, Kim!

  4. It’s not just your great activities I am appreciating it is the way you explain the importance of each skill in such an easy to understand way that i can share with parents to help them understand why’ we’ are doing this. Thank you

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