For this number pairs worksheet, 2nd graders look over 6 cubes of numbers and circle all the number pairs in each one that equals the sum above each cube.
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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
Four in a Row Addition and Subtraction
Scroll down to find four fun addition and subtraction partner game boards, complete with endless opportunities for practice with numbers 0-38. Kids choose numbers from a number box and, depending on the game, either find the sum or the...
1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Numbers and Operations: Addition and Subtraction Grade 2
Using unifix cubes, a spinner, a number line, and fact family triangles second graders will play their way to subtraction competency. They engage in a series of activities that has them playing game that require them to add and subtract...
2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Write and Test Equations with Two Equal Addends to Prove that the Sum will Always be Equal
Will the sum of two even numbers always be even? Discover the answer with the fourth video in this five-part series. Multiple examples are presented, using a combination of number sentences and visual models to help young mathematicians...
5 mins 1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Designed
Write Even Numbers as the Sum of Two Equal Addends
Teach young mathematicians that all even numbers can be written as the sum of two equal addends with the third video in this series. This fact is clearly demonstrated with multiple examples, using number lines and visual models to...
5 mins K - 2nd Math CCSS: Designed
Solve Addition Problems: Using Partial Sums
When learning to add large numbers, having a solid understanding of place value is essential. In the second lesson in this series, young mathematicians see how expanded notation can make addition of three- and four-digit numbers much...
3 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed