Making 10 Using Tally Marks

Here’s another way kids can practice making 10 – using tally marks! In this set of worksheets kids count the tally marks already in the problem, draw the needed number of tally marks to make 10, and fill in the missing addend. The worksheets have a selection of only the first or the second addend missing and a mix of both addends missing. Early finishers can create their own tally mark addition problems on the back!

6 worksheets

CCSS K.OA.4

Making 10 Using Tally Marks – First Addend

Tally mark time! These colorful tally marks are here to help kids become excellent at adding to make 10. Fill in the first addend in each equation.

Making 10 Using Tally Marks – Second Addend

In this worksheet the first addend is provided and children must fill in the second addend. Count the tally marks and draw more to make ten.

Making 10 Using Tally Marks – Mixed Addends

This worksheet really mixes things up! Kids count the tally marks and draw more to make 10 and write the number in the first or second addend.

Making 10 Using Tally Marks – Opposite Addends

In this worksheet the same number is used in the first addend in one problem and the second addend in the next problem. Fill in the missing addend.

Making 10 Using Tally Marks – More Practice

This worksheet provides more practice making 10 using tally marks. These tally marks are standing straight and tall. Can you make more just as straight?

Making 10 Using Tally Marks – Extra Practice

One more worksheet for that making 10 added extra practice! Count the tally marks and write how many more are needed to make ten./p>