I really do. In my classroom, I teach a concept whole group, send my little ones off to play a game to practice that concept, students independently try via pencil and paper (or more likely mini-whiteboard and marker), then bring them back for review.
Rinse, dry, repeat.
Yah, this isn’t new, I know.
What IS new, are the games and assessments I made for addition with 3 addends!
Last year when we adopted the CCSS, I had nooooothing for addition with 3 addends. Nothing. So I ended up making a few games, practice pages, and assessments. Well, I was looking it over this weekend and it needed a revamp – big time.
My little packet went from 17 pages to 44. From 2 activities to 7, and from 1 assessment to 3 with 5 practice pages!
Here are some highlights:
games, games, games = practice, practice, practice
A great mix of reading and math:
Students make CVC words, then add the letters together to get the sum. I made task cards to guide students at first, then they can just make their own words.
Story problems, missing addend problems, and basic addition with 3 addends.
I made 3 different ones for you to use throughout your unit.
If you’d like to see more you can visit my [my TPT store] or click the first image above and read the description/download the preview.
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This looks GREAT! I just added it to my wishlist!
Great minds think alike! I've been making "3 Addends" activities out the wazoo the past two weeks! Yours look adorable!
Across the Hall in 2nd Grade
🙂 Thanks Halle – we must think alike!
This looks awesome! I'm putting it on my wish list for sure. Thanks for making this!
Sarah's First Grade Snippets
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