In this small bundle of printables, you will find varying levels of addition and subtraction. First the student is to solve the math problems and then go back and find the biggest and the smallest answers.
How to use these printables:
Look at the leveled Letter in the top right corner of each printable. If there is a number before it, that’s the page number.
A= total won’t be over 50 (addition problems only)
B= total won’t be over 100 ( second grade target for CCSS) (addition or subtraction per problem)
C= total won’t be over 100 but there are mixed amounts of addition and subtraction
From there, make the copies of each level that you need, so that each student is doing the appropriate math for their personal level. These pages look very similar so it’s not apparent to the student that the work is different depending on the student!
If your class is relatively close in ability, you can use set A then B and then C to cover the difficulty. I’ve used these printables both ways. I hope this helps you differentiate within your classroom too!