Ideas and lesson plans for teaching and building addition and subtraction skills
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Word problems

Daily Word Problems


Plain Jane Math Centers/Task Cards

OMG! Perfect for math in focus number decomposition! Use a plastic plate and you can write with dry erase! Great to teach part part whole, fact families, etc.

A Teacher's Idea: MATH Resources

Cute math anchor charts.

Frugal in First: Math

Subtraction Chant

Subtraction Chant

Adding Plus One Math Lesson and Activity

Primary Junction: Plus One Math Lesson and Activity

Math Work Station (Adding numbers) LOVE this!!!

Mothering with Creativity: Adding Fun

Two-Digit Subtraction Freebies

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Smart Cookie Math App - Helps students practice math facts!

Lucky to Be in First!: Smart Cookies Makes Me So "App"y!

Math Facts Idea

3 Teacher Chicks: Amazing Math Facts Idea I learned!

Make Ten Houses - "My kids get to don an apron and a hard hat and then head to the “Make 10” takeaway tray and start building their houses."

The First Grade Parade: Your Mission…Should You Choose to Accept…

way to teach double digit borrowing from your neighbor a whole new meaning.

The Learning Tree: Freebie

Addition and Subtraction/Making Different Number Combos

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Ten Frame Addition/Subtraction

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Using Number Lines to Add

The First Grade Parade: Digging Through the Snow

Subtraction Using Ten Frames

The First Grade Parade: Life Sized Subtraction

Writing Subtraction Number Sentences

The First Grade Parade: Life Sized Subtraction

Add It Up - Like Boggle, but with numbers! Students add any two numbers as many times as they can.

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One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem.

Teaching Blog Addict: Fun Way to Assess Students' Learning

How Do Snowmen Solve Story Problems?

the teacher wife: How Do Snowmen Solve Story Problems?

Magic Math! (And more ideas for addition fact practice)

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linking addition

Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom


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number chains

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Addition Strategies Chart

Coaching Chronicles: Math Anchor Charts