Punch-a-Bunch provides addition and subtraction fact practice to 20 while promoting use of the number line in a fun, engaging way! As I observe students completing these, I can do several quick assessments: who has automatic recall with double facts? Knows to start adding with the higher number first and then add the smaller number on to it? Knows facts to ten with automaticity? Clearly gets the +1 rule? Can correctly use a number line? Quickly recognizes turn-around facts? Know to start with higher number when subtracting? Can count up for subtraction? So many skills can be assessed in thirty seconds!
I’ve included TWO versions of the pages pages. (1-10 has a number line that goes up to 10 while 11-20 include one that goes up to 20.) One version is for using hole punchers (Called Punch-a-Bunch) while the other is for those of you who prefer having kids use a highlighter. Pick which one is best for you and your students.
Also included two blank templates that kids can use to make their own and give to a friend to solve.
TIP: I ask my students to WRITE THE ANSWER to any problem that does not equal the given answer. This holds them accountable. For example, if the page is asking for sums that equal 11, I could have a 10 + 10 on there that wouldn’t be punched or highlighted BUT WOULD have a “20” written in the space. Hopefully, they’d know right away that 10+10 wasn’t a possibility but why not get that extra fact practice in?
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BUNDLED Punch-a-Bunch: Addition-Subtraction-Mixed Facts
✿Punch-a-Bunch: Addition Facts (1-20)
✿Punch-a-Bunch: Subtraction Facts (1-20)
✿Punch-a-Bunch: Mixed Addition and Subtraction Facts (1-20)
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See Blog Posting about Open-Ended Questions and see them in action:
The Value of Open-Ended Questions
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