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# Addition Facts to 20 | Jelly Bean Addition Fact Strategy Sorts

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1st - 2nd, Homeschool
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83 total; 79 usable
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### Description

Have students who need more practice and review with the addition facts to 20? Then, you’ll want this jelly bean addition fact strategy sorting resource! It will give your first and second-graders the opportunity to become more fluent with those addition facts to 20.

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The strategies in this resource correlate with those in my Addition Fact Strategies Bundle.

The addition fact strategies covered are:

• Count Up/ On
• Doubles
• Doubles + 1
• Make 10
• The 9 Rule
• The 8 Rule
• Monkey in the Middle

What’s Included

• Jelly Bean Jar Addition Strategy Sorting Activity
• Cut & Glue Sort by Addition Strategy Worksheets
• Color by Addition Strategy Worksheets

The sorting activity includes a half-page size jar mat along with eight jelly bean equations for each addition fact strategy.

With this easy-to-individualize activity, you choose the addition fact strategies that best match each student’s instructional needs.

Create your own math centers! Ariana and Finn can be working on Count On and Doubles addition facts to 20 while Emma and Isaiah are reviewing The 8 Rule and The 9 Rule.

I included optional recording sheets for writing the equations for two or four strategies. There is a sheet with blank handwriting lines and a sheet for writing the numbers only in an equation format.

There are 5 cut and glue sort by addition strategy worksheets. There are two strategies on each worksheet. These are all the same design.

There are also 5 color by addition strategy worksheets with a pair of strategies on each. Again, these are all the same design.

You pick the worksheets with the addition fact strategies that best meet each student’s instructional needs.

Try the jelly bean addition activity and worksheets:

• in your small guided math groups
• in your resource/ intervention groups
• as part of your math rotations
• as an independent math center/ station
• for morning work
• for homework

You’ll love being able to pick and choose exactly what each student needs to develop fluency with the addition facts to 20.

These addition fact strategy sorting activities are perfect for:

• Spring
• Easter
• National Jelly Bean Day (April 22nd)
• Anytime

Here’s what you’ll receive to give your students the practice they need with applying addition fact strategies:

• Teacher information
• Color addition fact strategy jars with a background
• Color addition fact strategy jars without a background
• Color jelly bean addition fact equations to 20
• Black/ white addition fact strategy jars with a background
• Black/ white addition fact strategy jars without a background
• Black/ white jelly bean addition fact equations to 20
• Recording sheets (2 with different lines; front/ back)
• Cut and glue by addition fact strategy worksheets
• Color by addition fact strategy worksheets

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83 total; 79 usable
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