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Addition & Subtraction (Kid-Friendly Computation) by Sarah K. Morgan Major

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By Sarah K. Morgan Major

Previously released by means of Zephyr PressThis hands-on educating relief offers blackline masters, tests, and overheads to aid scholars research addition and subtraction via visible and kinesthetic thoughts.

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I knew something he didn’t know, however, namely that every single problem on the page was a variation of these three number families: 1 + 6 = 7, 2 + 5 = 7, and 3 + 4 = 7. Instead of telling him this, I gave him seven counters and two bowls. I asked him to find out how many ways he could distribute all the counters into the two bowls without repeating any combination. He got right to work, assuring me confidently that there were “lots” of ways. He quickly found the three families, then began to falter, although still insisting that he would find more ways.

Sing the Number Song (page 43) in a group. As each number is named in the lyrics, have all the children wearing that number stand up. ) Hopscotch: Outline a hopscotch grid on the floor with masking tape. ) To play the game, a child tosses beanbags into squares with certain numbers in them, then hops through the squares in order from one to ten, skipping over any box with a beanbag in it. Have the class count as the child lands in each square. Beanbag toss: Use the hopscotch grid described in the preceding activity.

You may copy this page as needed. I have provided a very simple tune with guitar chords. If you have no musical training, you might ask the school music teacher or a musical friend of yours to make you a cassette tape of the music. ” The song is obviously a musical/rhythmic approach to learning numbers, and the lyrics provide a linguistic association to help in recognizing number shapes. The song, once learned, will assist your students in reaching four of the six goals for this chapter. It becomes a self-corrective strategy children can use as they learn to count in sequence (goal 2), find missing numbers (goal 4), put numbers in the correct order (goal 3), and complete simple number-recognition activities (goal 1).

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