This set of 21 booklets help develop your students ability to successfully add, subtract and skip count within 10 using simple word problems and structured decomposition. They are designed to meet the Kindergarten Common Core Standards for Operations & Algebraic Thinking, as well as multiple standards within Counting & Cardinality. Plus, they are full of hands-on FUN!
You can try an I CAN ADD 1 to THAT sample booklet here
Included in this listing are the following booklets:
I Can Add 1 to That
I Can Add to 2 with Me and You
I Can Count by 2 with Shoes
I Can Add to 3 at the Sea
I Can Count by 3 with Peas, Please
I Can Add to 4 at the Store
I Can Count by 4 with Paws & Hooves
I Can Add to 5 with my Fingers
I Can Count by 5 with Gumballs & Nickels
I Can Take Away from 5 Little Monkeys
I Can Add to 6 when I Eat
I Can Take Away from 6 (The Very Hungry Caterpillar)
I Can Add to 7 with Easter Eggs
I Can Take Away from 7 Apples
I Can Add to 8 with Ollie the Octopus
I Can Take Away from 8 Trick or Treat
I Can Add to 9 with my Potato Peep
I Can Take Away from 9 with Birds on a Line
I Can Add to 10 and Celebrate!
I Can Count by 10 with Candy & Dimes
I Can Take Away from 10 at the Amusement Park
I Can Add & Take Away Books:
There are two parts to each of these books—a Teacher-led/read portion and an independent, student-led section.
In the first half of each I Can Add Booklet
, as you read the text, your students will glue in the numeral tiles, or write in the numbers to make the equations true. This section teaches the commutative property—i.e. your students will learn that whether they add 3 + 1 or 1 + 3 the answer will be 4.
Then they will practice writing all previous numbers and tallying the target number. Next, they will glue in number representation (or picture) tiles as demonstrated in the first half of the book and write each equation. A base ten frame with the target number highlighted is included to help your visual learners.
The I Can Take Away Booklets
(beginning with the number 5) are laid out in a similar fashion. Your students will decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs using object and numeral tiles (and crossing out those items that were taken away). Then they will record each decomposition by writing the equation. Number lines for “jumping back” are included on the equation recording pages.
The I Can Count By (2, 3, 4, 5, & 10) Booklets
will encourage your students’ mastery of these skip count series. Common units (pairs, quadrupeds, pennies, nickels and dimes) are presented in these booklets. Your students will count within the series using these units and a number line.
These booklets are easy to use. Simply print, cut, stack and staple! Your students will need a crayon or pencil, scissors and glue.
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