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Teaching addition

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Working on addition? Try making a post-it math activity as a great alternative to worksheets! An easy number sense activity for math facts.

Teaching Addition in FDK - A Pinch of Kinder

Wow the year is flying by! I can't believe we are working on addition already! Read on to grab some ideas for teaching addition! Day 1: On the first day I just introduce addition and tell them that addition is like composing numbers, we just use different symbols. Instead of using "and" and "make" we use "+" and "=". Day 2: On the second day we go over the learning goal and success criteria. The learning goal is "we are learning to solve addition sentences" and the success criteria is "I…

Teach addition and substraction to your class using popits toys. Add popits to your teacher resources, teacher toolkit, and learning games. #popits #mathgames #teacherresources

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Are you looking for math games ideas for practicing math and subtraction? Try this teacher hack to take your math class to the next level! This math game is great for teaching number identification, counting, and teaching one more and one less! It is also the perfect math tool to use for teaching addition and subtraction! Learn more today how to create a life-size floor number line for your classroom too!
Snowman addition!
If  you are teaching virtually, you will love these writing units that have  a new Google Slides addition. You can teach your students how to write a  personal narrative using graphic organizers, centers, and a mentor  text, all in Google Slides. There are other units as well, including  fictional narratives, informational writing, and opinion writing. The  digital and print versions are kid friendly to help simplify the writing  process.