Leaf Number Bond Task Cards Printable

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Leaf Number Bond Task Cards

Looking for a fun way to teach addition and subtraction. Grab this free set of leaf number bond task cards and solve the missing number using addition or subtraction. 

Number bond activities help kids build their understanding of the part-part-whole concept, which refers to a whole number being made up of two or more parts.

Leaf Number Bond Task Cards – Free Math Printable

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Teaching Number Bonds

My normal method to teaching anything related to addition or subtraction is using counters. Physical objects definitely make comprehending the facts much easier. Anything such bear counters, snap cubes, or even buttons will do. Using two differently coloured buttons is likely to make things clearer, so leaners can visually see the two parts becoming a whole.

This set of number bonds covers number bonds until 20. If you would like a differentiated set of number bonds be sure to check this set below.

Spring Math Centers

This set is spring themed, which matches most of the new math centers that I have recently created. I plan on releasing quite a few spring related math centers between PreK to 3rd grade, so do check back for new printables. Scroll to the end of this post or click here to look for other posts related to math centers.

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Leaf Number Bond Task Cards

I love teaching maths using task cards as opposed to worksheets because they just seem less daunting and normally are straightforward to solve. Task cards are ideal for students who don’t like being overwhelmed with numbers and like to go through questions one by one instead of having to deal with looking at multiple questions on the same page.

Materials Needed:

  • Free printable (at the end of this post)
  • Printer
  • Laminator (if desired)

How to Use:

  • Simply print the sheets in colour or black and white.
  • Laminate if desired and cut apart.
  • Print out a few copies of the recording sheets and place it at a math center.

This printable contains:

  • 20 Task Cards (in colour and black and white)
  • Recording Sheet
  • Answer Key

Ideas for Using The Printable:

If your leaners need help solving the number bonds, provide them with physical pieces to allow them to solve using that.

Ask them what other ways the number can be formed using two parts. For e.g. 5 can be 1+4 or 2+3. 

Get your learners to write down the equation for the number bond they just solved. This can be done as an extension to this activity.

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