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Using a number line on the floor made from masking tape and manipulatives, learners observe a demonstration of the addition and subtraction processes. After completing several worksheets, they solve three-term problems using calculators and number lines. This is a richly-detailed lesson plan that comes with student handouts.
Learners explore addition fact families. In this addition and subtraction fact family math lesson, students click and drag objects on the Smart Board to create visual representations of fact families. Learners use fact family strategies to complete addition and subtraction equations on the SMART Board.
The math monster is at it again, this time stealing all the cars and drivers that were to take part in the cart race. If their addition and subtraction facts are up to the challenge, young mathematicians can win the drivers' freedom and play in the big cart race.
Practice addition and subtraction skills with your class. They read Just Enough Carrots, by Frank Remkiewicz, and use math manipulatives to solve addition and subtraction problems associated with the story. This lesson includes group problem solving, class discussion, and math practice.
Learners review addition and subtraction of fractions with like denominators in a direct instruction lesson. In the guided practice section, they work with chocolate bars that are divided into fractional sections. They draw the candy wrapper and the candy bar, labeling the fractional parts and writing a paragraph explaining how they determined the proper denominator. Finally, everyone completes a practice sheet. It is a straightforward lesson that accomplishes its purpose.
Sixth graders complete a pre-test of addition and subtraction of integers, then watch a powerpoint presentation on the concept. In this mathematics activity, 6th graders draw number lines and chip boards to show the process. Students work as a team to produce a poster of a number line and chipboard to complete a problem, presenting to the class when completed.
Students explore the concept of adding and subtracting using positive and negative numbers. In this addition and subtraction of signed numbers lesson, students use pennies to represent positive and negative numbers. Students deposit and withdraw pennies from a bag to simulate simple linear equations in the form x + a = b.