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Addition & Subtraction Distance Learning for Google Classroom Mega-Bundle

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    Easily provide your students with differentiated digital addition & subtraction to 5 and addition & subtraction to 10 practice with virtual visuals/math manipulatives. This Google Classroom resource works in Google Slides and is perfect for distance learning and meeting the needs of all of your students.

    In each file, building blocks are used as visuals/math manipulatives to aide the students in solving the addition and subtraction equations.

    For the addition equations, the building blocks are shown in separate piles to represent each addend and then together as a tower to represent the sum.

    For the subtraction equations, they are shown together as a tower to represent the minuend and then some blocks are taken off of the tower and scattered on the floor to represent the subtrahend. The remaining blocks in the tower represent the difference.

    The building blocks are a manipulative with which students are familiar therefore, they can relate their learning to their own lives (they can learn to use their own blocks for math!). You can also choose to do a demonstration/example with real blocks prior to having students complete the Google Slides.

    You receive:

    - 2 differentiated Addition to 5 product files (missing sum and missing numbers - addends & sum) plus answer keys for each.

    - 2 differentiated Addition to 10 product files (missing sum and missing numbers - addends & sum) plus answer keys for each.

    - 2 differentiated Subtraction to 5 product files (missing difference and missing numbers – minuend, subtrahend, & difference) plus answer keys for each.

    - 2 differentiated Subtraction to 10 product files (missing difference and missing numbers – minuend, subtrahend, & difference) plus answer keys for each.

    Missing Sum - Students fill in the missing sum of each equation by clicking in the empty square and typing the number in the text box. They can use the visual of the blocks stacked together in a tower as an aide.

    Missing Numbers (Missing Addends & Sum) - This is a little more challenging because students need to fill in the missing addends and sum of each equation by clicking inside the empty squares and typing a number in each of the text boxes. They count the separate piles of blocks to figure out the addends and use the block tower as a visual aide to help them determine the sum.

    Missing Difference - Students fill in the missing difference of each equation by clicking in the empty square and typing the number in the text box. They can use the visuals of the blocks as an aide.

    Missing Numbers (Missing Minuend, Subtrahend, Difference) - This is a little more challenging because students need to fill in the missing minuend, subtrahend, and difference of each equation by clicking inside the empty squares and typing a number in each of the text boxes. They use the large pile of blocks to aide them in figuring out the minuend, the scattered blocks that were taken off of the tower to aid them in figuring out the subtrahend, and the remaining blocks in the tower to help them determine the difference.

    You can choose which file is appropriate for each of your students and assign it via Google Classroom.

    Don't have Google Classroom? No worries - helpful instructions and links are provided that will help you set up Google Classroom.

    Give your students the practice they need to master addition & subtraction to 5 and addition and subtraction to 10 in a fun way. Perfect for distance learning, whole group, literacy centers, guided reading groups, extra practice, etc.

    "I loved that I could assign these boom cards to my students and differentiate to their needs. The students liked the bright colors the great pictures and the fun game like activities which kept them engaged." - MariJo Z.

    In order to use this resource you will need the following:

    • Internet access
    • Google account (free)
    • Product links from the PDF product file

    Why use an interactive Google Classroom product?

    • Time-saving! No printing, low prep!
    • Students' work automatically saved
    • Students work in their own copy
    • Easy differentiation
    • Engaging for students
    • Can be used on multiple devices
    • Can be accessed at home

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    Lessons for Little Ones by Tina OBlock is an independent company and is not affiliated with or endorsed by Google Inc.

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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Fluently add and subtract within 5.
    Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
    Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.
    Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
    When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.

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