# Alyssa Klier

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Balancing equations can be especially tricky for some kiddos, and these worksheets can help your students get the hang of it! In these 7 pages, you will find worksheets where students focus on balancing amounts ranging from up to 10, up to 15,
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Blast off with missing addends in your class using these pages for fun practice and review! This file includes: *Missing addend equations with facts up to 20 *"Space Buddies" missing addend story problems *Directions and student recording sheet
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The activities in this 20-page packet were designed to help students practice Common Core Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.C.5 Given a two-digit number, mentally find 10 more or 10 less than the number, without having to count; explain the
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Brush up on your primary missing addend skills! These fun, seasonal handouts are intended for math center/workshop time or as homework. There are 5 worksheets in all: *Missing addends with sums up to 10 *Missing addends in equations with 3
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** Due to the popularity of the 1st grade homework calendars, I am expanding and creating ones that align with 2nd grade Common Core Standards too! I hope you find these helpful! I will have most of them for the 2014-15 year uploaded by the end of
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Looking for a way to have kids practice their addition and subtraction strategies along with comparing quantities? There are two sets of puppy-themed pages here at varying levels where students are asked to compare the sums of addition or
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We all know that student achievement increases when kiddos are involved with tracking their own progress and taking ownership of their learning. If your district is into Robert Marzano like mine is, you hear that a lot! But how to help
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Just a basic little supplemental activity for your math instruction: 2 pages to go with CCSS.Math.Content.1.OA.D.7 Page 1: Students define and create a symbol for the words TRUE and FALSE Students review equations to determine if the answers are
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This is the weekly reading schedule that I use throughout most of the year in my first grade classroom. After reviewing the previous week's assessments, I group students according to what skill(s) they may need further instruction on before filling
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Get your kiddos up and moving while practicing their math skills! This is a classroom favorite and is also great for substitute teachers. My first graders can never get enough of it! This particular game focuses on missing addend equations with
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Work on Common Core math skills in a fun and festive way during the month of October! This mini packet includes: -Fact Families -Ordering Numbers -Comparing numbers (greater than/less than) -Filling in missing numbers -Missing addends -Decomposing
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Scoot is a fun-filled game that gets your kiddos up and moving around the room while reviewing important skills and concepts! My kids love it so much that the room bubbles over with excitement whenever they hear we're going to play it! It's easy to
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Looking for a fun, easy-to-prep way for your students to review how to mentally add and subtract 10 from one- and two-digit numbers? This mini packet should do the trick! Get kids up and moving around while they practice their skills with these
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I knew I was hooked when I first tried making memory books for my class, and I love what a special keepsake it is for them. But I noticed that some of my previous memory book papers could use a little sprucing up, so I created this year-long set
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In my grade level team, we use these monthly homework calendars not only to encourage students to practice their 1st grade skills at home, but also as a way of communicating with parents about the specific things we are looking for when it comes to
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In my class we have surprise, regular visits from the Desk Fairy who comes to see whose desks are the tidiest. This is the same concept, but with pencils. :) Both color and blackline master versions are included. When the Pencil Fairy (named
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This simple worksheet is a quick way to introduce missing addends or to review them and use as a formative assessment. There are 3 addends (one on each bowling pin) that need to create the total number (designated on the bowling balls). Totals
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This game is just like ZAP but with a weather-themed twist! While practicing their counting skills (from either 1-50, 50-100, 100-130, or the entire range of 1-130), students want to draw as many sunny cards from the pile as they can and determine
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Give a dog a bone! In this 6-page, dog-themed activity packet the following is included to help supplement and support student understanding of: Addition/subtraction facts to 10 and to 20 Comparing quantities in equations using the < > =
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In my grade level team, we use these monthly homework calendars not only to encourage students to practice their 1st grade skills at home, but also as a way of communicating with parents about the specific things we are looking for when it comes to
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I taught 3 wonderfully magical and busy years of Kindergarten before movin' on up to 1st grade! This will be my 5th year in 1st grade, and I truly believe it is the best place to be! I teach in a rural, agricultural-based town about an hour north of Seattle in an area with a high number of students who are English Language Learners and/or come from low-SES families. I wouldn't have it any other way. This community is great, the families are wonderful, and these kiddos are a blessing. Due to limited financial resources in my district and our recent shift to the CCSS, I have begun creating bits to help keep my teaching as current and focused as possible. Although I mostly come to TPT to dig into the treasure trove of fabulous lessons and activities from others, I thought I'd share what I do have so far. Thanks for checking me out!

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