Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts

Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts
Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts
Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts
Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts
Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts
Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts
Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts
Paperless Math Fact of the Day - All Year Number Talks for Addition Facts
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Why teach a math fact each day? Have you seen the benefit of how just doing something consistently like counting the days of school every day builds up such a deep understanding of place value with students? The consistency, repetition, and tapping into prior knowledge are all elements that help make that effective. Math Fact of the Day incorporates those elements to help students to gain not only memorization of their math facts, but depth of understanding with numbers interacting in this thing called math. In essence, these activities will allow opportunity for students to make connections between the math facts to deepen their understanding.

How to incorporate Math Fact of the Day? This is created to be used on an interactive whiteboard during something like a morning routine, an afternoon routine, or a whenever routine. It does not really matter as much as when you do the routine, but just as long as it is done consistently. This resource comes in both PowerPoint and Googles Slides format, so this will be able to be used by many teachers.

Can it only be used on a whiteboard? You can also assign students the file. I actually included options with the text boxes, so students can utilize this during math centers or math stations too. However, there is a little more tech specifications if using it for this purpose. Please see the preview for more details.

What facts does it cover? This covers addition facts 1-12 with sums up to 24. That is 144 different math facts, so this resource can be used all year long consistently. If you only cover up to 20 or something less, you can easily delete any facts you don't want to cover by deleting the slide.

Includes:

⭐Teacher directions

⭐Addition facts without text boxes in PowerPoint format

⭐Addition facts without text boxes in Google Slides format

⭐Addition facts with text boxes in PowerPoint format

⭐Addition facts with text boxes in Google Slides format

What activities does each fact include?

Introducing the fact

•Using a tens frame

•Number bonds

•Finding the missing number

•Fact families which include the associated subtraction facts too

•Building a rocket (hands-on activity)

•Writing other math facts that equal the sum to encourage higher-order thinking

This resource pairs well with my highly rated Math Facts Fluency for Addition and Subtraction. Click here to learn more.

What I LOVE about Using Digital Resources:

•Paperless

•No Prep

•Kids love using technology. It's engaging!

***Technical requirement: You will need PowerPoint or Google Slides on any devices that will be used with this resource. Please see the preview for more details if you plan to assign students a file from this. You only need access to PowerPoint or a free Google account if just using with an interactive whiteboard with your class. ***

***For interactive whiteboard use: To use any dragging/dropping features, your interactive whiteboard will need the feature that performs mouse functions with touch in programs outside of their software. Most should have this now, but there may be some older whiteboards out there that only have this feature when using their brand software. Basically, the touch feature takes the place of how you would use a mouse in other applications such as Google Slides, PowerPoint, surfing the internet, etc. If using. This feature that allows the computer to use touch on the screen to function like a mouse may sometimes only work in the software of whatever brand interactive whiteboard you are using, so make sure you can use that feature in other applications before purchase if you plan to use this resource on an interactive whiteboard.***

For more details about this resource, please view the preview by clicking on the button under the picture that says preview. It breaks everything down more clearly. If you are having trouble viewing the preview, feel free to contact me at teachcandyclass@gmail.com. I will be glad to send you a copy of the preview.

Please note, this resource is for personal, classroom use only. I am not associated or affiliated with Microsoft or Google or other trademarks from these companies. This is simply a resource that is compatible with their products.

This resource is a single-user license for use in one classroom. It may not be shared with other educators, and it is for personal use only. Multiple licenses can be purchased at a discount.

Thank you so much for stopping by the Candy Class!

Jolene :)

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