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Using Missing Number Addition and Subtraction Activity, students fill in the missing addends to complete the addition and subtraction number sentences.
Using Doubles Addition Activity, students solve doubles fact addition problems by matching equations and sums.
This Making Inferences Math Operations Activity is a great lesson in helping your students understand inferencing and basic math operations.
Using Show Me the Money Recognition Activity, students play BINGO to practice recognizing United States coins and bills.
Using Snowball Addition Activity, students practice drawing pictures to solve single digit addition problems.
Using this Sweet Summer Treats Money Addition Activity, students Match the money cards with the food cards to match the prices of the items.
Using this Mama Mia Commutative Property Addition Activity, students practice the Commutative Property of Addition by writing equations in any order.
Using Three Addend Addition Activity, students solve three addend addition problems by matching equations and sums.
Using Snowy Addition Activity, students solve single fact addition problems by sorting equations under the correct sum heading.
While using our Single Digit Addition Word Problem Activity, students solve addition word problems by drawing pictures and writing equations.
Using Snickel-Doodles Counting Nickels Activity, students practice counting nickels and cents amounts using the Snicker-doodle cookies.
In this Subtraction as an Unknown Addend Activity, students find the unknown whole number in addition and subtraction equations up to 20.
Using Stuffd Sums Thanksgiving Activity, students match each addition pie to its ice cream scoop sum.
In this Finding 10 More 10 Less Activity, students practice finding 10 more and less than a given number to build skip counting and base ten skills.
In this 1.OA.2 Common Core Activity, students add three whole numbers together to solve by matching equation cards to answer cards.
Using Commutative Property of Addition Activity, students match the popcorn cards to the matching popcorn container to show examples of the property.