Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade students will create their own fact families (differentiation can be the difficulty of numbers that students choose) and tell about how addition and subtraction are related.
May The Facts Be With You ~ Color By The Code Math Puzzle Printables
STAR WARS MATH: May The Facts Be With You ~ 6 Color By The Code Math Puzzle Printables! Use the children's love of Star Wars to practice basic addition and subtraction math facts as well as odd and even number recognition. <--- so need this for Mr "Future King of the Geeks"
May The Facts Be With You 2 ~ Math Set Of Color By Codes Puzzle Printables
May The Facts Be With You 2 ~ A New Second Set Of Color By The Code Math Puzzle Printables! My first set was so popular with the children, I was asked to make more! Use the children's love of Star Wars to continue to practice basic addition and subtraction math facts. Aligned with Common Core Standards ~CCSS: 1.OA.6 ; 2.OA.2 ; 3.NBT.2. This set includes 6 math puzzles with addition and subtraction facts. $
Completely Free - Rules of Decimals Complete Lesson Freebie with classwork, quiz and more! An Excellent Teaching Resource. A Free Sample of my work on Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Decimals. A Great review or teaching lesson on decimal operations for Grades 4 through Grade 8
Math Mystery Pictures BUNDLE #1-10 Multiplication **Plus one more free
I have bundled my first 10 Mystery Math Pictures. You will be getting 10 sets of multiplication Mystery Pictures. Plus, if you leave your e-mail in the comment section after buying, I will send you another one FREE! Visit my store at TPT to see full previews of each picture. Save $ when you buy the bundle.
Reviewing subtraction and addition but you're tired of the flashcards and your Kindergarteners, First Graders, or Second Graders need something more engaging? Try this station activity! Grab 2 dice, roll them, draw them, and solve for either an addition or subtraction equation. You can differentiate by using dice with greater numbers (I have some double dice that I am going to use) or having them write matching story problems.