This pack contains 10 cartoon math videos for classroom use that allow students to focus on intermediate addition and subtraction word problems. The video problems and accompanying work book encourage students to analyze, represent, connect, communicate and defend their mathematical thinking.
*10 cartoon videos focusing on Intermediate Addition and Subtraction*
*34 page student workbook with long and short versions of work sheets*
*Full answer key* These 10 videos are meant to support a range of student math abilities.
Mary invited 18 classmates to the movies for her birthday. Mary’s mom could only drive 7 classmates in her van. How many more needed a ride to the movies?
1 Through 9 in Groups:
Using digits 1 to 9, arrange the numbers in three groups so that the sum is the same in each group. Is there more than one way to do this?
Cookies for everyone:
Zac and his mom baked 56 cookies. They had a party that evening and the guests ate 30 cookies. How many cookies were left after the party?
Grace knew she had 97 paperclips on her desk. But Adam sneaked in and took some of the paperclips. When Grace counted again she only had 47 paperclips. How many paperclips did Adam take?
Mr Sellers is a geologist. He loves rocks. Mr Sellers has 44 unique rocks in his collection. His friend Andy has offered to give him 10 more rocks. Then how many rocks will Mr. Sellers have?
Mrs. Amber’s Class :
There were 17 students in Mrs. Amber’s classroom. 9 students went to the library. How many students are in the classroom now?
Caron turned 12 the same day Daryl turned 21. How much younger is Caron?
Jerome and his mom traveled to 24 countries this summer. Ashley and her dad traveled to 9 countries. How many more countries did Jerome visit?
Saving Money :
Dee has $12 in her piggy bank. She earned $2 more for cleaning the bathroom and another $6 for watching her bother. Now how much money does she have?
Herman and Norman work for NASA. Herman built 6 less rockets than Nelson. Nelson built 17 rockets. How many rockets did Herman build?