Mental Math Strategies
This no-prep game will provide your students with fun practice of the mental math strategy: Doubles+1. The game is self-checking and provides instant feedback for each answer. A recording sheet is included for students to show their work. Perfect for whole group, small group, individual, or partner work!
First graders love to use clip cards! Practice adding and subtracting multiples of tens, missing addends, and missing subtrahends with this engaging set of 18 cards. Print one set to practice multiple standards! These cards are an easy prep addition to your math centers and morning tubs, and are great for early finishers and Fun Friday, too! Includes a student recording page and answer key. #firstgrademath #firstgrademathcenters
Help your students increase their math fact fluency by teaching them mental math strategies. Addition Mental Math Strategy Posters are the perfect resource to teach and reinforce the mental math strategies. They are great on your math wall for students to use as a reference to refresh their learning. #onlinemathhelp
Addition strategies are important for every student in your classroom. This ensures that he/she has the foundation upon which other mathematical skills can be built. In this blog post, I share how mastery of addition strategies can happen using The Addition Station.
Let's discuss EFFECTIVE mental math strategies for addition! In this blog post, I go step-by-step through some of the most effective mental math strategies for addition. You can also sign up to receive a FREE set of Addition Strategy Quick Reference cards to keep on hand!
Front End Addition is an effective strategy for addition. It is a welcome alternative to the standard algorithm because students possess REAL understanding of number rather than trying to memorize a series of (sometimes confusing) steps. This blog post talks more about why and how to do front end addition, as well as includes some resources to help you teach the concept.