Working with equivalencies or balancing equations helps first graders understand the meaning of the equals sign. This activity will have students practice determining if an addition or subtraction equation is true or false using this bundle of task cards. There are three sets included. Set 1 practices balancing addition equations, Set 2 practices balancing subtraction equations, and Set 3 is a mix of addition and subtraction problems. Each set has 32 task cards. This bundle is aligned to the first grade Common Core Standard: 1.OA.7 /1.OA.D.7.
In this download you will receive 1 .pdf file containing answer sheets, answer keys, and 3 sets of 32 task cards (96 task cards total).
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Teaching first grade math? You many also enjoy these other Common Core aligned task card sets:
Unknown Numbers in Addition and Subtraction Equation Task Cards
Adding 3 Addends Word Problem Task Cards
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