Frames and Arrows are a big part of the Everyday Math Series.

This can be used as a game or as a pocket chart activity. It can be adapted for students who are struggling and for kids who have grasped the concept but need a little more practice. Directions: Match the appropriate rule box with the correct frame and arrow series it matches with. There are also some frames and arrows that have numbers missing. Students can match the correct rule box to the frame and arrow, and then fill in the missing number with a number card.
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Frames and Arrows

8 9 10 11
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5 4 3 2

10 8 6 4

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2 4 6 8

50 45 40 35

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10 15 20 25

100

50 60 70 80
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90 80 70

20 21
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18 17 16

23

30 28 26
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2 6 8

75 70 60

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90 95
100

40 30 20

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30 50 60

Rule

Rule
Subtract

Rule

Add 1
Rule
Subtract

1 Add 2
Rule
Subtract

Rule

2 Add 5
Rule
Subtract

5

Rule

Rule

Add

10

10

+

10
Rule

Rule

Rule

-10

+1
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-1

Rule

Rule

Rule

+2
Rule

-2

+5

22 15 24 4 85 65 40 10
-5
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