# Teaching addition

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### 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…

### Working on addition? Try making a post-it math activity as a great alternative to worksheets! An easy number sense activity for math facts.

Brenda Preciado saved to adding to Destiny

### Learning the patterns in addition strategy can be tricky for students, especially when using a patterns in addition table. I'm sharing...

Jennifer Duke saved to School your kids

### Add and Subtract with this free and simple graphic organizer. Perfect for number sentences or word problems!

### Grab a TON of FREE Math Mania Games to strengthen your students' addition & subtraction! Snag easy printable math games for 1st & 2nd grade!

Danielle Bryant saved to 1st Grade

### "Ready to make missing addends fun for your students? Teach engaging strategies, turning this skill into an exciting adventure for learners!"

Jamie Manor saved to Math-kinder

### Are your students frustrated with the concept of addition? Make addition fun in the classroom, or even at home, with these creative, easy and effective hands-on activities.

Susan Ford saved to Math

### Fact fluency is a big part of math in first grade. You may be thinking, "How in the world am I going to teach these kiddos ALL these facts w...

Ashley Powell saved to Interactive Math

### How many of your students use their fingers to add numbers? I have some basic tips that will guide your students in the right direction to master addition skills so they will not use their fingers to add numbers. Students should master each step before moving on to the next step. The goal is to help students see numbers in a different way which will help them think about the numbers instead of counting on their fingers. Here are the steps that will help students become proficient! First…

### Fact fluency is a big part of math in first grade. You may be thinking, "How in the world am I going to teach these kiddos ALL these facts w...

Santosh Shastri saved to Math game