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Pupils observe and demonstrate estimation and computation of adding and subtracting fractions, decimals, and percents. They observe the teacher model examples of each type of addition and subtraction, complete problems together with the class, and independently complete a worksheet.
Who has the tallest ice cream cone? Learners read two short word problems to compare the heights of various objects. Because these are paired with images, the objective is more of an image analysis than measurement addition and subtraction. Note the second question involves a bank that is 3 meters tall; be sure your kids understand how unrealistic this is. Consider making it a project to create a structure that is three meters tall. Is this the proper height of a building?
After reading The Mitten by Jan Brett, youngsters will use the characters in the story to write word problems for addition and subtraction. For example, they may state that a rabbit had 7 carrots and then lost 2, how many were left? There are lots of extensions that could be done with this activity!
First graders participate in an addition and subtraction game. In this addition and subtraction fact lesson, 1st graders play T-Races games that are found at a web site and projected on an interactive whiteboard before they proceed with a problem solving lesson. They complete problem solving worksheets.