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## Double-Digit

These anchor charts are perfect for teaching double digit addition and subtraction.

Fern's Freebie Friday Addition of Multi-Digit Whole Numbers Within 1000 Task Cards

Left-to-right addition (also known as front-end addition or the partial sums method) is one of the most powerful mental math strategies for teaching addition of 2 or 3-digit numbers. However, many people are confused by

Objectives: Learning and practising regrouping Print examples of regrouping in student math journals Learn term names: minuend take away subtrahend equals difference/answer (for subtraction) and addend plus addend equals sum/answer (for addition) Materials for each group … View Full Lesson →

Now that my students have somewhat "mastered" the art of addition and subtraction {mentally}, we have moved onto double-digits {without regr...

Regrouping can be hard at any age. This video was created to help my students and others learn the steps to solving an addition double digit regrouping math ...

Hey teacher friends! Can you believe that May is finally here? We have 12 more school days left in our year and I am finding myself breaking out my two most recent interactive notebooks that I created because I seriously love them so much! During this time of year my students are refining their addition …

Browse over 120 educational resources created by Kayla B's Classroom in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

I am a huge advocate for teaching students the WHY before the PROCEDURE when learning a new math concept. I am a firm believer that teachers owe it to their students to teach them multiple ways to solve math problems. We all learn concepts in different ways and math is no different. With that said, this post is going …

These anchor charts are perfect for teaching double digit addition and subtraction.

Fidget spinners are totally in! So why not incorporate them into your classroom in fun and useful ways? Here's an activity that will help students increase addition fact fluency using the fidget spinners as a timer. Spin, solve, and count the total number of facts correct! Great for centers, partner...

What do you do when all your students want to do is play with those fidget spinner toys? LET THEM! These spinner activities use a fidget spinner as a motivational tool while your students practice math! Get these fidget spinner mats for fact fluency!Download the preview file for a FREEBIE with addit...

Thanks so much for stopping by my store and downloading this useful math tool. If you are not yet following Mrs. Kadeen Teaches, be sure to hit the follow button on the homepage. Use this easy tool in a center or to demonstrate an addition strategy. I created it while we were learning how to count o...

I’ve actually had this printable sitting in my folder for awhile – since Baloo was … I Know My Addition Facts Printable Read More »

Math fact fluency mastery is one of the biggest challenges teachers face. Here are 35 fool-proof & practical ways to help students master their math facts!

Fact fluency is a big part of math in first grade. You may be thinking, "How in the world am I going to teach these kiddos ALL these facts w...

This year I have been part of our Math PD team and it has really made in impact in my classroom. While my students are still working on many basic skills, I’ve been able to get some great insight into where we should be going and let me tell you, they’re flying! Check out these ... Read More about 4 Tips for Building Math Fluency

Math fact fluency can be a topic of conversation amongst a lot of elementary teachers because so many students struggle with their ability to recall their math facts with automaticity. Whether this is the case for your students or you want to fine tune your ability to teach your students their math facts with quick …

Guest Article by Ashley Schroeder from “Schroeder Shenanigans in 2nd” Do you have stacks upon stacks of task cards in your classroom? Have you accumulated

Fact fluency is a big part of math in first grade. You may be thinking, "How in the world am I going to teach these kiddos ALL these facts w...

Need something motivational? Students will be enthused to complete their mission to zoom through addition and subtraction facts with the mission to travel to the solar system. This set includes two center activities for fluency practice, an intervention resource, timed tests, data tracking, and some...

Addition WorksheetsAddition Facts Worksheets - Use these basic math fact printables with your 1st or 2nd grade classroom or home school students. These work great for centers, stations, test prep, seat work, morning work, review, problem solving, and more. You get a variety of pages to help your stu...

Here are some engaging math center activities to get your students decomposing numbers in more than 1 way by drawing a picture and using objects.

Many families want to help their child with math at home but are unfamiliar with the concepts or unsure of the vocabulary. These 10 Math Guides provide a quick overview of several math concepts and vocabulary to help partner families with what is going on in the classroom. When beginning a new uni...

Encourage your students to investigate the combinations that make 10 with this 'Rolling 10' game. Using a ten frame and number strips to explore number bonds that make 10, students will learn in a fun and engaging way. They will roll the die, make the number on the Ten Frame and record "How many mor...

Activity for ages 5 to 6. Making ten is such an important concept for students because it builds their addition fact fluency and number concept. This playful flower coverall game is such a fun way to practice making ten with the numbers one through nine. Flower Coverall is perfect for spring! Getting Ready This activity is super simple […]

Work on sum of 10 in a fun way with these beehive themed making 10 puzzles! Perfect for an insect theme, spring, or just for fun!

Sliding Into Second Grade- ways to make ten anchor chart

This is a no-prep mini-book designed to help students practice making combinations to 10. Students will use a bingo dauber, stickers, or crayons to complete 10 frames and then fill in an addition sentence. ***This freebie is to say "Thank You" to all of my wonderful followers! I hope you enjoy it...

Practice number bonds with your kindergarten and first grade students with this fun rainbow craft and activity by matching the correct addition statements.

Get ready for fall with this cute set of apple-themed ten frame games! Help kids practice making ten, writing number sentences and more.

Making a 10 to Add is a great math strategy to help students mentally add bigger numbers. It's a skill I picked up somewhere along the way i...

Happy Little Kindergarten: Go Math!

Practice math facts for addition to 10 with this Sticky Notes Math Fact Game. Easy to prepare and lots of fun! Everyone loves sticky notes!

Use math anchor charts to help students with difficult math concepts. Enjoy the number representation anchor charts freebie!

A blog by Melanie Lloyd (From the Pond) about classroom activities and printables for K-3 learners.

It’s raining, it’s pouring, your students’ decomposing numbers knowledge will be soaring! I created these activities to make decomposingContinue reading

Take a number line and make a "rainbow" of all the ways to make any number to illustrate decomposing to 10! This lends itself to fact fluency up to 10, and relates well to number bonds and ten frames.11 color printables11 black/white printablesRepresenting numbers 0-10! Rainbows for each number...we...

As this week has come to an end and I have been putting this blog post together, I have been thinking about how much my students have grown this year. It truly is amazing to think about! I couldn’t be more proud of them! They have grown tremendously with their academic successes and their independence. […]

Hey there friends! I am so excited to get this post put together! I’ve been accumulating pictures from the past few weeks in order to put them all in ONE fancy post! 🙂 This year we approached addition head on with all of our fun strategies! After a couple of weeks we found the instruction …

## Math-Clip Cards

These free skip counting by 5s clip cards are a great way to review skip counting with your students!

Use these differentiated fall (autumn) math centers to help students practice the addition mental math strategy of counting on (counting up). This counting on resource includes 8 centers of varying levels of difficulty - perfect for differentiation!Students need to develop mental math strategies to ...

Adding 10 is an important part of learning place value but many kids don’t understand it until they sit down and work with the numbers. These cookie jar cards are the perfect way to illustrate how easy it is to work with 10s. Simply add the numbers together, write the number sentence, and follow the […]

Our free acorn-themed fall addition cards are a great math activity to reinforce counting skills and practice addition skills.

Activity for ages 5 to 6. These playful robot write and wipe cards are a motivating way to help kids learn how to write and understand addition problems. The print and play activity is perfect to use as a math center or STEM box and is a perfect compliment to our popular Addition Write and Wipe Card […]

I’ve been doing a little computer “spring-cleaning” this past week and decided it was time to spruce up some of those older tried-and-true spring themed activities. Many of my kindergarten teacher friends have requested activities for addition facts to 10, so I started with the Robin’s Nest Addition activity. You can find this FREEBIE in my Teachers […]

Work on beginning addition with these fun and free bug addition cards! Perfect for kindergarten and first grade math activities.

Ocean Theme Addition to 10 Task Cards and Recording Sheet makes a perfect math center! These 15 task cards are bright, colorful, and excellent for practicing math facts in Operations and Algebraic Thinking. Great for Kindergarten and 1st grade (year one) SCOOT, math centers, read and write the room...

Lucky Stars is a quick review of the commutative property of addition and multiplication. Students use star stickers to model the commutative property and then write a statement about their models. Lucky Stars is useful for students in 3rd-6th grade. I hope you enjoy this freebie! Please leave f...

Practice counting on with one of these ideas that use simple supplies that you can do at home. They're easy, hands-on, and fun.

A blog about a Kindergarten classroom.

Introduce your students to addition with this math craftivity for addition - Gus the Plus. This pack includes the Gus the Plus Craftivity, a ready to use anchor chart, an addition card to add to your math word wall, personal number lines for students and 2 worksheets to practice addition with a num...

I am a huge believer in hands-on learning. Children are able to become active participants in their own learning through using manipulativ...

A blog for K-2 teachers.

Addition. Visuals are always an effective strategy for learners and I feel like having this booklet at their desk will help with the remembrance and understanding of addition strategies.

Looking for a math activity? Try this hands-on addition activity for kindergarteners. A great introduction to combining numbers.

Are you tired of your students counting on their fingers to solve addition problems? Click on the preview to discover a variety of addition strategies and math tools for your students to choose from when solving addition problems. This Addition Strategies packet includes a variety of instructional...

Amy Lemons provides teaching tips and resources for teachers of elementary school students with access to a free resource library.

Are you wondering when or how to transition your students from counting all the numbers to counting on or up from the first or greater number when adding? Counting on is typically one of the first

## Fact Families_Doubles

This fun and differentiated JAM-PACKED unit is filled with everything you need to teach 4 standards/concepts: missing addends, the commutative property of addition, fact families, and true or false with addition equations.Get this in the First Grade Math Units 1-9 BUNDLE to save a ton!Everything you...

This four-page study guide is the third in a series of seventeen that I designed to give students an easy way to focus on essential historical information. I use the study guide to help alleviate the problem of spending too much time covering basic content and not leaving enough time for analysis of...

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Here are some engaging math center activities to get your students decomposing numbers in more than 1 way by drawing a picture and using objects.

This fun and differentiated JAM-PACKED unit is filled with everything you need to teach 4 standards/concepts: missing addends, the commutative property of addition, fact families, and true or false with addition equations.Get this in the First Grade Math Units 1-9 BUNDLE to save a ton!Everything you...

Many families want to help their child with math at home but are unfamiliar with the concepts or unsure of the vocabulary. These 10 Math Guides provide a quick overview of several math concepts and vocabulary to help partner families with what is going on in the classroom. When beginning a new uni...

Little ones will love using these printables, games and activities with their Counting Bears! Teach kids numbers, colors, patterns, and more.

Kindergarten blog for teachers in the classroom. Ideas for homeschooling as well. Free files to your with your students.

Ask a kiddo who has just written 2 + 3 = 5 if it’s okay to write it 5 = 2 + 3 and you’re likely to get an emphatic NO! Enter common core standard 1.OA.7: Understand the meaning of the equal sign, and determine if equations involving addition and subtraction are true or false. […]

Encourage your students to investigate the combinations that make 10 with this 'Rolling 10' game. Using a ten frame and number strips to explore number bonds that make 10, students will learn in a fun and engaging way. They will roll the die, make the number on the Ten Frame and record "How many mor...

This free addition facts game is a great way to practice adding to 10!

This simple math game with Uno cards can be used to help children revise number facts and times tables, and to practise writing mathematical equations.

Do you need Awesome Addition Worksheets and Centers for Kindergarten Math? Kids LOVE these fun, interactive math activities, and you will too.

Once a child has started mastering basic number and quantity recognition, basic math operations can be introduced. And there is no better place to start

These anchor charts are perfect for teaching double digit addition and subtraction.

Activity for ages 5 to 6. Making ten is such an important concept for students because it builds their addition fact fluency and number concept. This playful flower coverall game is such a fun way to practice making ten with the numbers one through nine. Flower Coverall is perfect for spring! Getting Ready This activity is super simple […]

Work on sum of 10 in a fun way with these beehive themed making 10 puzzles! Perfect for an insect theme, spring, or just for fun!