ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers

ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers
ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers
ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers
ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers
ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers
ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers
ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers
ADDITION Flip Flop Puzzles | End of Year Math Review or Centers
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(2 MB|12 puzzle options & 2 editable rubric options)
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  1. Are you looking for addition math centers so your students can practice their addition math facts 0-20 all year long? Then you've come to the right place!This bundle includes 15 resources and two editable rubrics. It's a great way to save money on puzzles you will use all year long! HOW CAN THESE PU
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These Flip Flop Activity Puzzles make it quick and easy for teachers to provide hands on games that meet the needs of all students. Use them anytime during the end of the school year to celebrate the upcoming summer, during summer school, or during back to school to reflect on all the fun that was had.

They work great as activities, centers, stations, or games. With a no prep option - these are the perfect last minute resource for your 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade students!


  • Three flip flop puzzle options (23 pieces each) with 27 addition problems for facts 0-20
  • Three easier flip flop puzzle options (15 pieces each) with 15 addition problems for facts 0-20
  • No Prep options of the three puzzles above
  • Two editable rubric options

**Want an editable version of this puzzle so you can create your own problems? Check out this EDITABLE Flip Flop Puzzle!**


  • Centers, stations, or rotations
  • Review of adding basic facts
  • Early or fast finishers
  • Enrichment
  • GATE (gifted and talented education)
  • Worksheet alternatives
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Student, partner, or small group collaboration
  • An end of year summer preparation activity
  • For a fun summer school adding math facts lesson
  • As a back to school activity to help students reflect on what they did over the summer


  • My kids love doing these puzzles and I love that they reinforce that math facts that we're working on!
  • My students loved the challenge of these!
  • My students had fun making their flip flop! They couldn't get enough of it!
  • Great way to keep students engaged!
  • My students had a blast with these puzzles at the end of the year! Challenging, engaging, encourages teamwork and collaboration, and so fun! Thank you.
  • My kids love these!


DIVISION Flip Flop Puzzles


SUBTRACTION Flip Flop Puzzles

All my End of Year resources

All my Back to School resources

All my summer resources

If you want an addition puzzle you can use at ANY time of year, check out this set of Addition Magic Square Puzzles.


There are six puzzles included in this download. Plus you also get a NO PREP option of each of those puzzles. This means there are 12 total puzzle options! Choose which option works best for your students.

These puzzles help address CCSS 1.OA.C.6 and 2.OA.B.2

The no prep puzzles are a great option if you want students to get some fine motor cutting practice and NOT know the final shape. These “cut out” sheets are meant to be given directly to the students to cut out and put together so they don't know the shape. These will be more challenging. But they are no prep – just print and go!

An editable PowerPoint file has been included as a center rubric. A full page option and half page option are both included. Print these out for immediate use, or change the wording and format to fit the needs of YOUR students.

Use these puzzles anytime you need a fun math activity - particularly for the end of the school year, summer school, or back to school. Any time you want some sunny summertime fun, this is it!

Students with special needs also do well with these once they understand the concept. With this fun game format your students will stay engaged while practicing necessary addition skills!

These puzzles are meant to be somewhat of a challenge - which is perfect to promote a growth mindset. Students will have to keep in mind the shape of the flip flop and persevere if the task seems challenging. Tell students to rotate the pieces around and analyze what they can do differently until they fit. This is where their critical thinking and 21st Century skills will come into play!

Just print and quickly cut on the lines (or simply print the NO PREP option) and you have instant summer math centers that make skill practice fun and engaging. If you have some extra time, let your first, second, or third graders decorate the finished addition flip flop. These colored masterpieces can then be used as artwork for the classroom, to help decorate a bulletin board, or be hung in the hallway to add some festive art flair. (And no administrator complaints since it's an academic activity!)

Homeschool Families: You're going to love these puzzles as a last minute, print and go resource! The next time you have a crazy hectic home school day - grab, download, and go! You'll instantly get your sanity back, fit in some academic work, AND have fun at the same time.

Answer key included! Correcting is easy when you use the original fully formed flip flop to ensure all the numbers are in the correct order and the shape is fully created.

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Fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies. By end of Grade 2, know from memory all sums of two one-digit numbers.
Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10. Use strategies such as counting on; making ten (e.g., 8 + 6 = 8 + 2 + 4 = 10 + 4 = 14); decomposing a number leading to a ten (e.g., 13 - 4 = 13 - 3 - 1 = 10 - 1 = 9); using the relationship between addition and subtraction (e.g., knowing that 8 + 4 = 12, one knows 12 - 8 = 4); and creating equivalent but easier or known sums (e.g., adding 6 + 7 by creating the known equivalent 6 + 6 + 1 = 12 + 1 = 13).
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12 puzzle options & 2 editable rubric options
Answer Key
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1 hour
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