This is a simple booklet to go along with a simple/fun game.
Print downloaded sheets as front and back. Fold paper in half to create booklet. The last page is a game board where studetns can add manipulatives (counter chips, counting bears, etc.) in order to have a hands-on experience/visual for learning addition. I preferred the counting chips as it allowed for the students to make their Game Board look like the dice they rolled. I also recommend printing the Game Board page on card-stock to make it more durable. The booklet was geared toward my Kindergarten classroom and intended for use with game, but it can be modified/used however you want.
Student rolls 2 dice and records each roll in the corresponding square. Student then adds the roll to find the sum.
Intended Booklet Use:
Students in need of support do not need to use the booklet, they can just count the dots to add them together.
At Grade: Students can record the dots of each die rolled in each of the squares then write the sum in the provided box.
Advanced/Challenge: Students can write the numbers in the provided boxes as well as the provided box for the sum.
Booklet also allows for a form of informal assessment. You will be able to see who is adding properly, who is inverting their numbers, etc.