Addition and Subtraction Teacher Resources
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Whether your pupils need extra help or they simply need to practice their basic computation skills, this packet will do the trick. It includes a written rationale, answer key, and over 10 pages of double-digit addition and subtraction practice problems. All you need to do is print!
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.
Primary graders develop strategies to assist them with addition and subtraction. They discover number combinations and numerical facts which enable them to add and subtract more effectively. Students use these techniques to complete story problems.
In this decimal addition and subtraction worksheet, students use a computer program for initial instruction, then complete 22 problems with decimals.
Students explore the relationship between addition and subtraction by working together to create a classroom book. They create addition and subtraction sentences from groups of pictured objects.
Second graders access prior knowledge of addition and subtraction using two-digit numbers and calculate easily with them. For this three-digit addition lesson, 2nd graders learn to add and subtract three-digit numbers with and without regrouping.
Second graders develop their addition and subtraction skills. In this regrouping lesson plan, 2nd graders explore the steps to add and subtract 3-digit numbers with regrouping. Students also practice solving problems that their instructors model.
First graders review number facts to illustrate the relationship between addition and subtraction. In this inverse relationship lesson, 1st graders write an addition sentence and then invert the numbers to show the subtraction fact.
Students 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. Students use fact family strategies to complete addition and subtraction equations on the SMART Board.
Sixth graders complete a pre-test of addition and subtraction of integers, then watch a powerpoint presentation on the concept. For this mathematics lesson, 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 plan, 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.
This fun collection of activities provides young learners with a great opportunity to practice their math skills. Covering topics from counting and cardinality to simple addition and subtraction, this resource in useful across the early elementary grade levels.
In this addition and subtraction learning exercise, students add an subtract three-digit and four-digit numbers. Students solve fifteen online interactive mixed addition and subtraction problems.
In this addition and subtraction worksheet, students add and subtract two-digit positive and negative numbers. Students solve twelve online interactive problems.
In this mixed addition and subtraction online interactive worksheet, students add and subtract positive and negative two-digit numbers. Students solve fifteen online interactive problems.
In this addition and subtraction worksheet, students add and subtract the number one hundred in horizontal problems. Students solve fifteen online interactive sums and differences.
In this mixed addition and subtraction worksheet, young scholars add or subtract the number one hundred in problems written horizontally. Students solve fifteen online interactive sums and differences.
In this addition and subtraction instructional activity, students add and subtract mixed operations that are written horizontally. Students add and subtract the number ten to solve fifteen problems.
For this mixed addition and subtraction worksheet, students add and subtract three-digit numbers. Students solve fifteen online interactive problems.