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# Two Digit Addition Maze Activity

K - 2nd
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9 pages

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1. Student success is guaranteed with these fun addition and subtraction mazes - every student is successful! These are NO PREP reinforcement basic addition facts, 2-digit addition, and 2-digit subtraction mazes. Even if a problem or two are solved incorrectly, students will eventually achieve success
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### Description

With these fun two-digit addition mazes, every student is successful! These are NO PREP reinforcement addition mazes. Even if a problem or two are solved incorrectly, students will eventually achieve success after completing more problems. Confidence builder.

All three mazes feature addition problems with 2-digits added to 1-digit or 2-digits added to 2-digits. They're differentiated because the problems on Maze #1 (no regrouping) are easier than Maze #2 (with regrouping), and Maze #2 is slightly easier than Maze #3 (with regrouping).

This activity is perfect for providing reinforcement of addition skills or even use during indoor recesses! Answer sheets are provided.

Looking for Basic Facts Addition Mazes? Try these: Basic Addition Facts Mazes! No Prep!

Practice SUBTRACTION with these mazes - Subtraction Mazes - With and Without Regrouping!

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Total Pages
9 pages
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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.