Addition and Subtraction Teacher Resources
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In this addition and subtraction worksheet, students solve 15 problems that have one negative number. Worksheet can be printed or answers submitted and reviewed on-line.
In this addition and subtraction activity, students solve 15 problems in which two digit numbers are added or subtracted. One number will be negative. It is difficult to distinguish between the negative and subtraction signs. This is an online interactive activity that can be printed.
For this addition and subtraction worksheet, students solve 5 problems using numbers 1-10. Worksheet can be printed, or answers submitted and reviewed on-line.
In this addition and subtraction worksheet, learners solve 5 facts with numbers below ten. This is an interactive online worksheet that can be printed.
In this addition and subtraction worksheet, students solve 5 problems using numbers 1-10. Worksheet can be printed or answers submitted and reviewed on-line.
Students use recycled materials to create a sculpture using additive and subtractive processes. They give a presentation explaining the materials used and how this piece of artwork can be used to tell others about the importance of recycling.
First graders play a variety of learning games to reinforce addition and subtraction skills.
Second graders examine the relationship between addition and subtraction. In this number sense lesson, 2nd graders practice their computation skills and use various strategies (including manipulatives and calculators) to add and subtract.
Second graders explore estimation and place value. In this place value instructional activity, 2nd graders estimate and construct numbers while working with spider activities. Students use addition and subtraction to compare estimates. Resources and assessments are provided.
Inject fun into your math review! Pupils review basic math operations with decimals as well as addition and subtraction with simple fractions. In this number operations activity, young scholars work in groups to create a game for the math skill they are given. Students share their ideas, decide on one and create the game. This could be used as a cumulative assessment.
Students discover the relationship between musical rhythms and fractions. They add musical notes together to produce fractions and create addition and subtraction problems with musical notes. Students complete worksheets and create their own examples, solving them and reducing to lowest terms.
Students display their knowledge of properties of objects for sorting and creating patterns. They also demonstrate an understanding of commutativity and model addition and subtraction of whole numbers using different representations.
For this timed math drills worksheet, students complete two 50 problem tests with mixed addition and subtraction facts to 20. They are presented in horizontal form and may be timed.
Students solve addition and subtraction problems using fraction manipulatives. In this addition and subtraction of fractions lesson, students watch a whole class demonstration.
Here is a good way for learners to practice math skills with the book 20 Hungry Piggies. In this math computation lesson plan, mathematicians practice counting, addition, and subtraction by acting out the scenarios from the story.
Young mathematicians listen to the book Sold!: A Mathematics Adventure by Nathan Zimelman where they encounter ways to solve story problems. They then create and solve start unknown addition and subtraction equations. Resource builds in room to modify in all directions based on the book. Small groups develop strategies to solve problems and share their ideas with the class.
Students explore the concepts of multiple digit addition and subtraction. In this addition and subtraction instructional activity, students read the book You Can’t Buy a Dinosaur with a Dime and then discuss methods for solving a particular math problem presented in the story. Students collaborate as they use their problem solving skills to determine whether it is best to add or subtract to solve the problem.
Second graders participate in a variety of activities to master addition and subtraction facts.
Young learners practice addition and subtraction to solve problems. They use a webquest application to model how to solve math problems using pictures, words and numbers, and also practice using multiplication and division.
Second graders investigate the concept of addition and subtraction while manipulating a variety of different resources. They focus upon the use of the games in order to keep student engagement. Then students are given the opportunity to practice independently.