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FREE ADDITION STRATEGIES resources for 1st and 2nd grade! Addition Strategies, Math Strategies, Math Methods, Math Resources, Adding Strategies, Subtraction Strategies, Maths 3e, Learning Math, Teaching Addition

I’m going to be really honest here. When I first started teaching 12 years ago, I didn't really know about addition and subtraction strategies. I was teaching 1st grade, and the curriculum we used taught the count up strategy, sums of 10, and doubles. We spent 1-2 days on each and then quickly moved

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Jana Guerra We Heart Teaching
Common core math addition strategies can be hard to teach and hard for 2nd grade students to master. That is why I'm sharing my best tips and tricks for teaching 2nd grade addition strategies so that students actually find success with them. Math For First Graders, Second Grade Math, First Grade Math, Teaching Second Grade, Grade 2, 2nd Grade Activities, Math Center Activities, Math Addition, Teaching Addition

Common core math addition strategies can be hard to teach and hard for 2nd grade students to master. That is why I'm sharing my best tips and tricks for teaching 2nd grade addition strategies so that students actually find success with them.

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A Pinch of Kinder: Teaching Addition in FDK - Roll, Add & Colour Game Number Activities Kindergarten, Math Lesson Plans Elementary, Kindergarten Lessons, Elementary Resources, Math Resources, Preschool, Teaching Addition, Addition Kindergarten, Math Number Sense

Wow the year is flying by! I can't believe we are working on addition already! Read on to grab some ideas for teaching addition! Day 1: On the first day I just introduce addition and tell them that addition is like composing numbers, we just use different symbols. Instead of using "and" and "make" we use "+" and "=". Day 2: On the second day we go over the learning goal and success criteria. The learning goal is "we are learning to solve addition sentences" and the success criteria is "I…

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