# Teach addition

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Addition and subtraction activities for kids that build math fact fluency and teach ways of solving word problems in hands-on ways.

*This post has been updated with new photos + freebies on June 10, 2024* 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 :) Addition Lessons: 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…

Hi guys! Today I'm sharing my subtraction lesson plans & activities from this year. I hope this can give you some ideas for planning your subtraction unit! Day 1: On the first day we introduce the word "subtraction" and define it as "when you take away from a number and get a smaller number". I also introduce these 2 subtraction sentences: ___ take away ___ is ___ & ___ - ___ = ___ Then we watched the "5 Little Monkeys" video on BusSongs.com: and we practiced the ___ take away ___ is…

How many of your students use their fingers to add numbers? I have some basic tips that will guide your students in the right direction to master addition skills so they will not use their fingers to add numbers. Students should master each step before moving on to the next step. The goal is to help students see numbers in a different way which will help them think about the numbers instead of counting on their fingers. Here are the steps that will help students become proficient! First…

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

Number fact fluency is important to develop in first and second grade. Without automatic recall it's hard to move on to more complex skills.

Do your kids dread practicing their addition facts? Try Knockout! A fun addition game to help your child learn the facts without tears.

These FREE apple addition Boom Cards help kids solve addition sums within ten. Great addition to Kindergarten fall themed math centers.