59) Fluency Halves
Doubling and Halving to 20: Filling a Wall
Develop fluency with one half of the wholes 12, 14, 16, 18.
Prior knowledge of ten plus bonds and part-part-whole is required.
- one half of
- equals as “is”
- double bond: a two-part bond, where both parts are the same
A little easier
These part-part-whole diagrams can be stuck to the top of student’s desk, as a desk visual, until students are fluent recalling these facts. Students with memory or processing difficulties can benefit from having visuals as permanent prompts.
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Activity 18, Doubling and Halving to 10: Fluency Halves Filling A Wall is the same activity but for wholes up to 10. This is significantly easier.
In the next two activities students continue to develop fluency with double bonds but do so without using the blocks. Go to
Doubling and Halving to 20: Fluency Doubles, Racing Kayaks