These templates are taken from the Houghton Mifflin Math Expressions strategy to teach missing addends called Math Mountains. Students can use these in page protectors or laminated with chips or counters. They can also be used as play-doh mats. There are 45 templates included. Great practice for stu
Have your students practice finding the missing addends in this game. Students will roll a dice and find the missing addend that will complete the equation for the given sum. The first player to get four in a row wins! This pack includes 5 different game boards for each sum, 6-20. It also includ
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
This download is for five sunflower themed manipulative based math centers:
Count the Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower Addition and Subtraction
Find the Missing Addend (This activity could be called an easy algebra activity for primary students.)
Finding Missing Addends Using Blue and Red Colorful Cubes
This work was designed for students to practice finding missing addends using blue and red cubes as manipulatives. Students record their work on the recording sheet by writing the numbers and coloring the cubes for each problem.
Help your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students learn to subtract by finding the missing addend. This worksheet teaches students to solve a subtraction problem by finding the missing addend of a related addition fact.
Page one is simple problems with examples right on the page so students can grasp the
36 task cards help students find the missing addend. Uses two-digit numbers.
Just print on cardstock and laminate for durability.
Answer keys and recording sheets are included.
Includes “24 Easy Ways to Maximize Your Use of Task Cards.”
Engaging, content-rich! 2-4.
Missing Addends: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with missing addends. Each problem involves addition problems which has students calculate the missing number within the equation. An answer key is provided.
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3 differenitated worksheets to find the missing addend using a number line plus chart to show steps
2 versions of each worksheet (6 total)
struggling students can use the color coded (shows them where to start and stop)
on level students will have same addition problems, without color code
A cute Valentine's Day themed find the missing addends worksheets!
What you’ll be getting:
• 9 find the missing addends worksheets
• Comes in 3 different levels (3 worksheets work with numbers up to 10, 3 more worksheets work with numbers up to 20 and last 3 worksheets goes up to 100)
• Answer key
This package provides students with practice using subtraction as a strategy to find the missing addend in an addition sentence. The activity included is cards with all addition sentences within 10 as well as a visual of red apples to represent the addition sentence. Each addition sentence has a mis
This space themed math work station matching activity gets students to do some thinking and find the missing addends for number sentences up to 30. There is also a recording sheet included for students to record their answers. The graphics on each of the 12 cards match the graphics on the recording
This is a common core aligned math lesson on finding the missing addend. It is recommended for K,1, and 2. Students will enjoy dragging presents under a tree and into ten- frames to identify the missing addends. This 20 page Smart Board product can be used during whole-group instruction or in a math
Students will identify a missing addend by using a constructed number line or by creating their own number line. These worksheets are differentiated for different levels of students and guide students through the process of using and/or creating number lines.
Encourage early algebraic thinking as student work backwards to find the missing addend.
St. Patrick’s Day Bingo contains six shamrock themed bingo boards along with calling cards. Each board has 24 addition sentences that need to be worked backwards to fill in the missing addend.
I have used St
Grand Prix Addends is a 2-player game that allows players to practice finding the missing addends. Students select game cards and find the missing addend before flipping a penny to find out how many spaces to advance on the game board. The first player to reach the finish line wins the game. Answ
These 26 task cards ask students to determine the missing addend in a given addition problem. The vocabulary term "addend" is used on the card to encourage and expose students to the word. Each task card is assigned a letter of the alphabet to avoid confusion of so many numbers on the card. The t
This game is in heart shaped puzzled and the students need to fin the missing addends for addition facts up to 5. This will help practice the students fluency with number facts to 5. There are 21 addition problem puzzles for facts 0-5 and a recording sheet for the addition problems they make. Have
Adding two-digit numbers to multiples of ten. Find the missing addend (the missing part) using a number bond. Show your thinking by drawing rods and units. First Grade Common Core NBT.3.4
This game contains cards with math equations with one of the addends or the sum missing. Students must match the equation card with the correct missing number to make the equation true.
This provides practice in the Common Core State Standard - Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or s
Missing Addends: These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with missing addends. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
Missing Addends Cootie Catchers Contents:
There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 prob
This is a missing addend scoot. Students will read the problems on the task cards and find the missing addend for each problem. Teachers will place the cards, in order, around the room. Students will then rotate through the cards, writing the answers on the response sheet. I have provided two types
This is an addition activity which can be used as a Math center with a Spring or garden theme. This activity is set up to allow the children to move around the room as they review addition facts. . This activity may be helpful to work with first grade at the beginning of the school year.
This March activity will get the kids up and adding! Post the cards around the room. ex. 9 + __=10 Your students will use the tens frame to help solve the number sentence. They will find the missing addend and learn how to decompose 10. They will record answers on their sheet. Have fun playing an
You are a miner ready to strike it rich and find a ton of gold. However, you are new at mining and have not yet learned the skill needed to find only gold. As you mine you may find coal or stone. Don’t throw them away, they have value too. Keep track of your finds by circling them on your gold mine
This product is a great way for students to practice finding missing addends. With a detective theme it is highly motivating for students. It could be used as morning work, homework, or practice in class.
In this fun math game, students play in a small group or with a partner to figure out missing addends.
Enough penguin manipulatives to find addends up to 10 are included, but if you want to work on larger numbers, just print additional copies of slide three!
Full directions, printable manipulati
THIS PRODUCT COVERS
✓ 22 DIGITAL task cards (COMES AS PPT AND AS A QR CODE CARD for students to scan and "play")
✓ QR code card to check answers
✓ Answer Sheet for students to write on
These digital task cards were created to use during centers after you teach the above lesson.
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Print, Laminate, Cut, and Enjoy!
A fun game for students to practice the skill of finding a missing addend in an equation.
Students build a pizza around the given number in the middle of the pizza.
Perfect for a small group math literacy center.
BONUS WORKSHEET INCLUDED!
Spring time (Easter) Egg hunt themed math practice. Find the missing addend - 4 practice pages. Can be used for whole group or small group teaching, individual or partner center work, worksheets or printable, or put in sheet protectors for math center work. Can also laminate and cut out each egg to
In this math activity (or station!) students solve addition problems to find the missing addend (10, 100, or 1,000). Students then cut, paste, and sort the cards based on the missing addend.
This math activity builds on CCSS 3.OA.D.9
and answers the question: How can place value help me add larger
These ten frame task cards have students finding missing addends using colorful cubes as manipulatives. Students record their work on the recording sheet by writing the numbers and coloring the cubes for each problem. 12 task cards are included containing addition number sentences that all equal ten
These ten frame task cards have students finding missing addends using colorful teddy bear counters as manipulatives. Students record their work on the recording sheet by writing the numbers and coloring the bears for each problem. 12 task cards are included containing addition number sentences that
In this task card style game students complete missing addend number sentences using the provided number bond or any other math tool of their choosing. Students can work in small groups, individually, or this can be used as a whole class activity.
Use these equal equation cards to help students practice finding the missing addends.
Use as a scoot game or in a small group with whiteboards.
Use in conjunction with a part-part-whole model to discuss when to add and when to subtract to help find the missing part.
This activity is good for students learning to visualize numbers on a number line, solidify their understanding of adding to 10, finding a missing addend, or using a number line to add. It can be used as a center, morning activity, with a partner, or as support.
Print and cut the cards. Laminate i