- Asked, "This puppet has 4 balls but she should have 6. Make it 6," puts up 4 fingers on one hand, immediately counts up from 4 while putting up 2 more fingers, saying, "5, 6."
Help your student become a(n) Make It N
These transitional activities challenge children to solve a problem in which they start with one number and add objects to make it a larger number, without necessarily knowing how many they added ("Here are 3 counters. Can you add some so we have 6?")
Make It Right [Make it N]
Mystery Change Game
Adding/Subtracting Problem Types
Toy Shop: Make it N, Add
Toy Shop: Make it N, Subtract