This pack contains 10 cartoon math videos for classroom use that allow students to focus on early addition and subtraction word problems. The video problems and accompanying work book encourage students to analyze, represent, connect, communicate and defend their mathematical thinking.
*10 cartoon videos focusing on Early Addition and Subtraction*
*34 page student workbook with long and short versions of work sheets*
*Full answer key*
These 10 videos are meant to support a range of student math abilities.
Birds of A Feather:
Three birds were sitting on a fence. If six more birds come to join them, how many birds will be sitting on the fence?
Travis is having a party. He bought 8 balloons for decoration. Dr. Morph accidentally melted 3 with his x-ray eyes! How many balloons does Travis have left?
Terry’s Pizza Party:
Terry bought 3 pizzas for his birthday party. A small pizza with 6 slices, a medium pizza with 8 slices and a large pizza with 10 slices. How many slices of pizza will there be for the party?
Nancy collects butterflies. If she had 6 butterflies now, how many more butterflies does she need so she has 11 butterflies?
Lucy loves erasers. She has 32 in her desk! Her mom bought her 10 more erasers. Now how many does she have?
Zen Number Puzzle:
Can you put the numbers 1 through 7 in each circle so that the total of each line is 12?
When Michael goes to the carnival his favorite game is Ball toss. Michael gets three balls to toss and will win a prize if he gets a total score of 6 or 9. How many different ways can Michael win throwing all three balls?
Using 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 fill in circles so the sums of each side of the triangle are equal.
Nancy loves dogs! Last week she walked 10 dogs. This week she walked some more dogs. Nancy walked 30 dogs altogether. How many dogs did she walk this week?
Mr. Franny’s Candies:
Mr. Franny, who loves candy, spent 25 cents on one sour candy and 13 cents on liquorice. How much more did the sour candy cost?