Inverse Relationships Add/Sub (C)
In this inverse relationships activity, students use the given numbers to solve the addition and subtraction sentences to solve the 16 inverse relationship problems.
2nd - 3rd Math 3 Views 1 Download
Grade 1 Supplement Set A3 - Number & Operations: Addition & Subtraction on the Number Line
Hop your way through a mathematical equation with your first grade class as they learn the idea of moving up and down the number line. Adding and subtracting like little frogs is an engaging and clever way to teach/reinforce this concept.
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Initial Fraction Ideas Lesson 22: Overview
Have young mathematicians subtracting fractions in no time with this manipulative-based math lesson. Using their sets of fraction circles, students explore a number of word problems involving the subtraction of fractions before working...
3rd - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Math Stars: A Problem-Solving Newsletter Grade 3
Make sure your class stays up with the times using this series of math newsletters. Including word problems that cover topics ranging from consumer math and symmetry to graphing and probability, these worksheets are a fun way to...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Unit Conversions and Problem Solving with Metric Measurement
Convert young mathematicians' knowledge of place value into an understanding of the metric system with this five-lesson unit. Through a series of problem solving activities and practice exercises, students learn about the relationship...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Multiplication as Repeated Addition
Here is an excellent teaching tool! This presentation would be terrific to use when teaching your young learners about the relationship between multiplication, repeated addition, and arrays. Excellent examples are given, and the text...
2nd - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Study Jams! Relate Addition & Subtraction
Understanding the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction is essential for developing fluency in young mathematicians. Zoe and RJ explain how three numbers can form fact families that make two addition and two subtraction...
1st - 4th Math CCSS: Adaptable
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