Play with a partner and use what you know about the relationship between addition and subtraction to solve the equations.
Choose a card and answer the equation. Be careful! Some of the equations have missing numbers.
Use a paperclip and pencil to make a spinner. First make an equation by spinning one number, an equation sign, and then another number. If you solve the equation correctly place your marker on the space. Be careful! Your partner can BUMP you off
Directions for Addition Cover It!
Choose a number tile from the bag. Add the two numbers together. Cover the sum with a counter. If the sum is not available, you lose a turn. Be the first to cover all ten spots to win!
-Hold 20 connecting cubes behind your back and break it.
- Place one of the stacks on the table and keep the other stack hidden.
- Count the number of blocks and Write the number down on the first line of the equation.
- Solve for the
Directions: Pick a word problem card and solve the equation. If you get the correct answer, find it on the board below and cover it with a chip. Your partner will do the same. The first player to get four correct answers in a row wins! If no one
1. Pick a number from the bag.
2. Show the number using base ten blocks.
3. Your partner will pick a number from the bag.
4. Show the number using base ten blocks.
5. Compare! Which person has more/less? How do you know?
Graphs are a good way of representing sets of information or data. A pictograph is a graph that shows information using pictures.
Provide students a game board. Using the process of collect, organize, display and interpreting data, students
These posters can be used for showing stations around your classroom or labeling activity folders.
In my classroom, students are divided into three math groups. The “apples” group is composed of students performing above grade level. The “oranges”