Cut the sheet, which has been printed and laminate, as shown in the photo. The children can then work in twos, trying to find as many ways as they can to make ten and writing down their results on paper. The teacher can put the results on the board.
The CD also contains an addition worksheet and a "making nine" and "making eight" sheet in the same layout as above.
Use one of the number lines to help "make ten". For example, put your finger on 4. How many more places to the right do you need to move to get to 10?