#### Sub-goal A: Know the combinations to make 5 and partitions of 5

Number pairs that go together to make 5 key combinations that become important reference points for reasoning about number relationships and developing arithmetical strategies. The instructional resources in this learning progression focus on developing fluency with these number bonds.

Home Communication and Engagement####
Large Group

Instructional Activities

##### Let's Chat: 5-Frames

Activity 3-A-L-1
**Purpose:** Explore partitions of five using 5-frames

**Description:** Students explore partitions of five with the support of a 5-frame.

##### I Spy 5-Frames

Activity 3-A-L-2
**Purpose:** Develop mental models with combinations of 5 using 5-frames

**Description:** Students develop mental models of combinations of 5 with 5-frames.

##### What’s Hiding? Combos of 5

Activity 3-A-L-3
**Purpose:** Explore combinations of 5 with materials

**Description:** Students determine how many items are hiding behind the screen to determine combinations of 5.

##### Tic-Tac-Toe 5

Activity 3-A-L-4
**Purpose:** Determine a missing addend to make a total of 5

**Description:** Students apply what they know about combinations of 5 to play a variation of tic-tac-toe.

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Small Group

Instructional Activities

##### Let’s Make 5

Activity 3-A-S-1
**Purpose:** Develop finger patterns for combinations and partitions of 5

**Description:** Students use finger patterns to support learning the combinations of 5.

##### Fill’er Up 5

Activity 3-A-S-2
**Purpose:** Explore combinations of five on a 5-frame

**Description:** Students fill a blank 5-frame to learn combinations of 5.

##### Make 5 on the Rack!

Activity 3-A-S-3
**Purpose:** Develop knowledge of combinations of five without counting by ones

**Description:** Students learn combinations of five using a bead rack.

##### How Many Left From 5?

Activity 3-A-S-4
**Purpose:** Develop fluency with partitions of 5 through rehearsal in a subtraction context.

**Description:** Students determine the difference from 5 when the subtrahend is given.

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Independent

Instructional Activities

##### Domino Combinations of 5

Activity 3-A-I-1
**Purpose:** Practice making combinations of 5

**Description:** Students use dominos to make combinations of 5.

##### Shake It Up

Activity 3-A-I-2
**Purpose:** Gain facility with combinations of 5 using a 5-frame

**Description:** Students practice combining two numbers to make 5.

##### Fill’er Up 5-Frame

Activity 3-A-I-3
**Purpose:** Gain facility with combinations of five using a 5-frame

**Description:** Students try to be the first to fill all three 5-Frames with counters as they learn combinations of 5.

##### Fishing for Combos of 5

Activity 3-A-I-4
**Purpose:** Gain facility of combinations of 5 by finding the missing addend

**Description:** Students "fish" for the missing number to make combinations of 5.

##### Hit the 5 Bullseye: Addition

Activity 3-A-I-5
**Purpose:** Gain facility with combinations to 5

**Description:** Students practice solving combinations to 5.

##### Demolish the 5 Pyramid

Activity 3-A-I-6
**Purpose:** Practice combinations of 5 using bare numbers

**Description:** Students clear a pyramid of cards by making combinations of 5.

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