This set of number square or mathn tiles cards challenge your students to go beyond the standard routine, using logic and reasoning skills. The cards progress from simple three digit addition to four and five digit subtraction (through zeros), so easy to differentiate. Self-checking.
What is the goal?
The goal of these cards is for your students to see beyond the routine and think about how adding and subtracting works.
How can I use this product?
As a math center, you can print out a set, insert them in plastic sheets/laminate, and your students can use the number squares on them. You can print them out and have your students glue on the number squares. You can also purchase the app Stick Around and solve each card with an iPad! Each card uses number squares (0-9), and each square has a spot on the card, so they are self-correcting.
What is included?
ZIP file with -
1 pdf file with 50 pages
* 3 pages of cover/copyright info/and teacher notes
* 1 page for student's to keep track of which one they finished
* 2 pages of black and white/colored number squares
* 2 page for your center instructions (Printed cards or iPad instructions)
* 5 pages of basic 3 digit adding (w/o renaming)
* 5 pages of 3-4 digit adding (w/ renaming)
* 5 pages of 3 digit subtracting (w/o renaming)
* 5 pages of 3-4 digit subtracting (w/ renaming)
* 20 page answer key
* 2 pages for class completion recording sheets
*20 Stick Around puzzles for iPad
Can I try them out first?
Yes! Here is a sampler set
of 5 for you.
Is this available in a bundle?
Yes! Please check out this Number Square Tiles Bundle
Do you have other products that are related?
Please see my other Number Square Cards!
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