FREEBIE! This set of 20 task cards is perfect for workstations. Students use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to complete the tables. Student response sheet is included with answer key.
"Creativity is subtraction" by Austin Kleon: What does this mean? - "One, getting really good at creative work requires a lot of time and attention, and that means cutting a lot of fluff out of your life so that you have that extra time and attention. And two, creativity in our work is often a matter of what we choose to leave out, rather than leave in—what is unspoken vs. spoken, what isn’t shown vs. what is, etc." #Creativity
Challenge your first and second grade math students with this FREE set of one dozen riddle cards for the numbers 1-120. This new set addresses early addition and subtraction, comparing numbers, place value, and basic coin knowledge, and is great as a supplement to 120 Riddles Set 1. What a fun way to review math vocabulary and skills while you also model inferring and drawing conclusions! http://primaryinspiration.blogspot.com/2017/01/120-new-math-riddles-and-sample-too.html
Multiple Step Word Problems Freebie features a total of 16 multi-step word problems task cards, with examples from each set of my two-step and multi-step word problem resources. These word problems are a mix of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, all written using whole numbers.
Using the ipads for subtraction! This app is called Number Pieces Basic and I downloaded it for free!
The Abacus: A History "Timeline of the Abacus" How did people keep track of numbers before pen and paper were widely available?How does addition and subtraction work if you don't have a handy written form for your numbers?Say you can't read or write, but you can count - how do you add, subtract, multiply, or divide large numbers?The answer to all these questions is . . . the abacus! What is an abacus?An abacus is a device used for addition and subtraction, and the related operations of…
FREE - A deck of playing cards are used for this sheet...you draw cards to fill in the numbers for all the empty boxes. Then do the math fact to find out what the answer is. Scroll Down to get the other one...What's The Difference...(Subtraction) Fun activity for older students and you can actually request a deck of cards from their parents if you don't want to purchase them from the $ store.