Use these addition practice worksheets as is, or make practice fun by having students beat a timer!
*Go old school and use an hourglass sand timer and see how many problems students can answer before the time runs out.
*Use a timer app on their electronic device and see how many problems students can solve in a minute or see how long it takes them to solve the entire page.
*Have students spin their spinner and see how many problems they can solve before the spinner stops.
*You can have students spin their spinner on their table as is, or have them place their spinner on the mat provided.
*Not every kid has a spinner? Just put one spinner mat in the middle of a table and have kids race the spinner!
*After students finish, give the answer key to them and have them check the answers themselves.
-3 spinner mat pages (each page has 4 spinner mats)
-10 drill pages with answer key
-Adding within 20
-Each worksheet has 54 problems
-Have students spin their spinner and see how many problems they can solve before the spinner stops!
*Putting fidget spinner on the mat is great if not all students have a fidget spinner! Just have one fidget spinner on the mat per table and have all students in that table race! Have students stack all their fidget spinners on top of each other's on the mat for a fun trick! You won't need to worry about children knocking their spinner while solving problems because it's on a separate mat. You can also use the mat for other content reviews. Have students spin their spinner on the mat and race to solve social studies and science questions.
Check out my other fidget spinner math practice worksheets!
Fidget Spinner Multiplication PracticeFidget Spinner Subtraction Practice
Fidget Spinner Line Plot Probability Activity