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These five practice pages work through a progression to develop students' understanding of equality.
I use these worksheets after introducing the idea of equality with a real pan balance. I demonstarte hoe to balance the scale using blocks, as well as what happens when the scale isn't balanced.
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This activity is 1st Grade Common Core aligned!
In Balloon Bonanza, students are given many number sentence cards to determine if the number sentence is true or false. In each number sentence, one of the addends appears as a balloon picture. If the number sentence is true, students write it on th

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Worksheet for equality in first grade.

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Number Sentences: Using Equal and Not Equal
In this packet, students will practice using the equal and not equal sign to make a number sentence true.
Practice pages include:
-Basic Addition Facts to 20
-Basic Subtraction Facts from 20
-Mixed Practice of Addition and Subtraction Basic Facts to 2

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This work helps students understand the Commutative Property of Addition and the meaning of the equal sign. This work can be used with the Montessori Stamp Game as a way for students to concretely see the equivalency. This download includes two sets of beginner cards (labeled set 1 and set 2) and

Finding the Missing Addend to Make Equivalent Number Sentences
The objective of this work is to help students understand the meaning of the equal sign by finding equivalent number sentences. These problem strip cards can be used along with the Montessori Addition Strip Board. If this material is

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Included are 6 different worksheets to practice differentiating between number sentences that are equal and number sentences that are not equal. There is also some practice with greater than, less than and equal to. These worksheets are aligned to the CCSS.Math.Content.1.OA.D.8

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Students decide if the number sentences are equal or not equal.
Included in this file
Two Addition Number Sentence Worksheets
Two Subtraction Number Sentence Worksheets
Two Mixed Addition and Subtraction Sentence Worksheets
Equal and Not Equal posters
May use this for seatwork, homework, or a qu

This product is a cute Halloween themed unit to use in your classroom. This 43 page unit is designed around the Common Core Standards and covers the five following kindergarten standards:
Standard (K.CC.3) - Writes numbers from 0-20
Standard (K.OA.1) - Represent addition and subtraction with object

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This worksheet follows along directly with EngageNY, Grade 1, Module 1. Students will decide whether two equations are equal or not by labeling them "true" or "false."

Balancing Equations - Equivalent Number Sentence ActivitiesFor students to effectively progress from arithmetic to algebraic thinking, they must understand equivalence. Unfortunately, there are many students who do not understand the meaning of the equal sign and thereby experience problems interpre

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Identifying number sentences as true or false in first grade is a difficult concept. However, this is a great resource to help them practice! I created 6 monster-themed worksheets (3 addition and 3 subtraction) and a classroom sort. This aligns with the 1st Grade Common Core Standard: 1.OA.7 (Unde

This product is a 10-pack of word search style math puzzles. Students must locate 15 multiplication sentences in each puzzle, then complete the sentence by adding the multiplication and equal signs. The 1st 5 puzzles each include 2 sets of facts (1s & 2s, 3s & 4s, etc). The next 2 puzzles

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I created this True or False Number Sentence Sorting Worksheet for the students to practice sorting number sentences as true or false--for addition and subtraction. There are 3 worksheets--basic addition, basic subtraction and mixed addition and subtraction. Great for math centers, seatwork, morni

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This product is a 10-pack of word search style math puzzles. Students must locate 10 subtraction sentences in each puzzle, then complete the sentence by adding the subtaction and equal signs. The sentences are all basic subtraction facts (20-10 through 0-0). Each puzzle also allows space for stud

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This product is a 10-pack of word search style math puzzles. Students must locate 10 addition sentences in each puzzle, then complete the sentence by adding the addition and equals signs. The sentences are all basic addition facts (0+0 through 10+10). Each puzzle also allows space for students to

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This Osmo game allows the your stuednts to compare addition number sentences up to 10. There are 20 slides. The directions are below for installing on your Osmo. Ex. when I edited my words newt looked like n(ewt)--this way only ewt will show on the game I used a T for True and an F for False.
Have f

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Do your students struggle with number sense and the equal (=) sign?
Here is a quick and easy way to assess what your students are learning. In this activity the students will cut out numbers sentences, balance and solve the number sentences, solve, sort, and glue.
You can use it after a guided ma

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These Christmas Trains help students with ways to equal different numbers.
These pages contain Christmas Trains in which the students match the train cars and cabooses to the
number on the train engine. The train cars and cabooses include: addition sentences, subtraction sentences, tally marks, expa

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Students will use this sheet at a counting jar math center. The worksheet will work for numbers up to 30. Fill a jar with objects and have the students at this center count the objects and record on the counting jar sheet. Students will have to represent their number in a variety of ways.
This vers

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Balance the Equation - Equivalent Number Sentence Jigsaw ActivityFor students to effectively progress from arithmetic to algebraic thinking, they must understand equivalence. Unfortunately, there are many students who do not understand the meaning of the equal sign and thereby experience problems in

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This is a pack of 7 worksheets for the CCS 1.OA.7, true or false number sentences. They start out with just numbers and work up to equations on both sides of the equal sign.

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This teaches students that the equal sign means "the same as," and can have a number sentence on either side of the equal sign, instead of just a sum. Students have to find a different number sentence that equals the same as the first (I tell my students they can't just reverse the order of the adde

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