Number Line - Addition Teacher Resources
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For this addition worksheet, students use a number line to help them find the sums to 12 single digit addition problems. They use a number line that contains the numbers 0 - 10.
In this number line addition worksheet, learners will solve ten addition problems using the number line model of addition. Students will solve problems using both positive and negative numbers.
In this addition worksheet, 2nd graders add single digit numbers. Students complete 12 horizontal problems using the number line provided at the top of the page.
In this positive/negative number line addition activity, students complete 10 problems. They add positive numbers, negative numbers, or positive to negative numbers using the number lines that are located next to each problem.
In this number line addition worksheet, students will solve two addition problems using the number line model of addition. Students will solve problems using both positive and negative numbers.
In this addition worksheet, students solve 12 problems in which numbers from 0 to 8 are added. Students may use the labeled number line provided.
In this addition worksheet, students learn how to use a number line when adding numbers between -9 and 9. First, they read 5 steps on how to use a number line. Next, students read through 2 practice problems in which the answer is included. Finally, students solve 2 problems on their own.
In this addition instructional activity, 2nd graders add single digit numbers. Students complete 12 horizontal problems using the number line provided at the top of the page.
Simple tasks are presented for your seventh grade math masters. They are to determine whether two numbers on a number line are equidistant from zero and what the two added together would be.
New Review Writing Task 6.NS.6 Item 2
Challenge young scholars' understanding of integers and algebra with a single-question exit card. Presented with an algebraic expression involving two variables, young mathematicians must write a description of the term's location on a number line in relation to each of its variables. To differentiate this question to meet the needs of all learners, consider offering a version that includes an expression with just a single variable.
Administer a learning activity that challenges your class to use a number line in the form of lily pads. This is a great way to connect learners from using pictures to add, to using a number line to add. Learners are instructed to display the number of hops that Toad and Frog take during their journey on a number line. Young mathematicians are literally counting the hops on the lily pads and transferring that knowledge to hops on a number line. Ideal for an in-class activity or homework assignment.
Pupils complete activities to learn notation and uses for positive and negative numbers. In this number system instructional activity, learners play a game similar to Jeopardy to learn how to solve problems with positive and negative numbers.
Middle schoolers use discs in order to add and subtract integers. There are manipulatives present so kinesthetic learners can access the curriculum. They also review the concept of the opposite of positive and negative numbers.
Students review the basic skills of adding and subtracting on a number line. This provide a visual model of what they are doing and should help them explain and remember the rules of how to properly add and subtract when using negative numbers.
In this math worksheet, learners learn to add one digit numbers by drawing "jumps" on a number line. Students solve 6 problems with a number line for each.
In this addition instructional activity, students find the sums in 30 single digit addition problems. They use a number line and regroup as needed as they find the sums.
In this addition practice worksheet, students solve 18 problems that require them to add 1 or 2-digit numbers to 1-digit numbers with sums up to 20. A number line is provided.
In this addition activity, learners solve 30 problems in which single digits are added. There is a number line on the top of the page if students wish to use it.
In this addition worksheet, students use a number line or mental math to solve 20 sums. Example: "Gus Plus has 5 cubes. He collects 7 more. He now has ---." Students soon learn to hold the first number in their heads and count on.
Seventh graders explore the concept of integer addition. In this integer addition lesson, 7th graders tell stories involving addition and subtraction. Students walk on a number line given directions such as add 3 or add -2. Students play integer addition war or integer addition snap with playing cards.