Students will use these addition puzzles to practice “counting on” to get the answer. “Counting on,” is an essential skill for helping students become quick at addition facts. Cut and laminate the puzzles for durability. Have students say the first number out loud, and then use the pictures to “count on.” You can also have students use objects and place one on each picture. This will help with counting as they physically “see” how to add on. Finally, students will find their answer and match the puzzle. These puzzles are great for tray activities, centers, extra play, etc.
WATCH this video to see how to teach addition with "counting on", and how to use these puzzles.
What You Get:
- 8 “one family” addition puzzles
- 7 “two family” addition puzzles
- 6 “three family” addition puzzles
- 5 “four family” addition puzzles
- 4 “five family” addition puzzles
- 3 “six family” addition puzzles
- 2 “seven family” addition puzzles
- 1 “eight family” addition puzzle
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