Students will use number bonds and counters as a strategy for finding the missing addend. Students will become aware of the relationship between addition and subtraction. They will also use counting as it is related to addition and subtraction.
This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.
In this learning activity, the students will work together taking turns to add small quantities encouraging counting on rather than recounting the set from one each time. It engages the students by using the number cubes to produce numbers and collect counters. It will help students to count and organize numbers more efficiently.
This activity results from the ALEX Resource Development Summit.
This learning activity will engage the students using the hundred chart and counters to figure out missing numbers. The students will enjoy taking turns to hide numbers from their partners all while solving the mystery of the missing numbers. This activity will increase students' ability to count, read, and write the number to 100 as well as using number patterns to solve.
This learning activity will review and assess the students' understanding of counting on or counting back to find a missing number. The students will use strategies learned to count, find missing numbers, extend number sequences, and write numbers.
This learning activity is a teacher-led introduction to composing numbers and to building number sense foundation. It will provide students with a visual using literature. It will provide opportunities for a rich discussion about making numbers and provide time to introduce mathematical vocabulary. The discussion and recording of events from the book will help demonstrate ways to compose numbers in different ways. It is helpful to use this before playing interactive games that help with composing and decomposing numbers.
Learn about addition, subtraction, and making amounts equal to the Odd Squad. When Ms. O and O'Donahue visit the Mathroom, she is excited to see her old friend and help with the case.