Students must solve the double digit addition or subtraction problems to find 10 more or 10 less. There are worksheets for only 10 more, worksheets for only 10 less, and some worksheets that have a mix. Students can cut and paste the numbers into
Students are to cut the numbers out and paste them in the box that corresponds with the correct number of base ten blocks.
Included in this set:
**Groups of 10
**Groups of 10 and Teen Numbers Mixed
I like to print the cards with place value blocks and the cards with numbers on different colored cardstock. Students must work to match the number to the correct value of base ten blocks. You can have students clothespin them together to work on
Students read the problems and solve the word problems. All problems are addition equations with 2 digits that are less than 20. Students can use the space provided to draw a picture to solve the problem. They also may use the provided number line
Students can glue the graphic organizer onto a piece of notebook or plain paper. Under each flap, students are able to record the story elements for any story. This an also be used to help students organize the main idea of a story and the
Students use a paperclip and spin the circles in order from 1-3. As they spin, they record the letter/letters which they land on. If the student makes a real word after spinning all 3, they circle the word.
Players take a card. They must work to solve the problem, adding 3 addends together. Players match the number on the card to the number on the recording sheet. Here they should write the problem and the answer.
Students must evaluate the addition and subtraction equations. They must determine if the problems are true or false. If they are true, they cut and glue them on the true side. If they are false, they get glued to the false side. I have my students