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This pack has four games, or centers, to reinforce addition strategies. 1. “Double It!” 2. “Near Doubles” 3. “Flip Flop Adding,” also known as reverse, or turn-around. 4. “Making Ten" Using ten frames to make ten when adding And there is a culminating activity that you could use as an informal assessment, “Sum it up,” to see if your students understand the different strategies. \$2.50

Butterfly Fractions. Another way how to learn how to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.

Ten Friends Poster Anchor Chart Addition Strategy for Making a Ten

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### Linear Equations Flippables

Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

Addition Activities: Sums to 12 with ten frames FREEBIE from More Than Math by Mo on TeachersNotebook.com (8 pages) - Hop along with these adorable frogs as you practice adding numbers with sums to 12. This FREEBIE is a sample of my larger set. By downloading this file you will recieve 12 full color addition cards along with an odd/even sorting mat. You also get a additi

Great freebie game to practice doubles math facts...this site has a lot of other freebies, too!

Coin sort for a center activity or assessment! This site has great ideas already made, ready to print out for special education students by marta

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### Doubles Addition

Doubles and near-doubles centers activities

One student throws a ball. They fill the tens frame with the number they landed on. The other student needs to figure out how many more is needed to complete the tens frame. Then write the number sentence on the board.