Learn and practice the addition facts up to 18 in this unit. Hands-on activities include playing math war, bingo, dice addition, a board game and making an addition facts book. An online activity and a worksheet are included to reinforce the concepts. This unit is designed to last one week, depending on how often you teach math.
|Addition Review||(no rating)|
Addition is what you get when you combine two or more numbers.
|Making Addition Automatic||(no rating)|
Use a yardstick to practice addition and learn those facts quickly.
|Adding Three One-Digit Numbers||(no rating)|
Learn how to add three one-digit numbers.
|Checking Addition||(no rating)|
Learn how to check addition problems.
|Math Heroes||(no rating)|
Make math more interesting by adding a little history.
|How to Teach Children Math Facts||(no rating)|
Tips for teaching your child math facts.
|Math War||(no rating)|
Play this variation of that card game War.
Create a Bingo game to practice adding sums from 13 to 18.
|Dice Addition||(no rating)|
Make dice to practice addition facts.
|Around the World Addition||(no rating)|
See how many addition problems you can answer correctly and be the first to go around the world.
|My Addition Facts Book||(no rating)|
Make a book that shows the addition facts with sums from 13-18.
|Add Three One-Digit Numbers||(no rating)|
Use this game to practice adding three one-digit numbers.
|Addition Worksheet||(no rating)|
Practice addition facts from 10-18 using this worksheet.
|Five-Minute Addition Worksheet||(no rating)|
Practice the addition facts from 0-18.
|Addition Facts Worksheet||(no rating)|
Practice the addition facts from 11-19 with this worksheet.
|Addition with Missing Addend||(no rating)|
Practice finding the missing addend with this worksheet.
|Addition Facts by Professor B||(no rating)|
Tips for helping children visualize the addition facts.
List of any helpful books, games, toys, kits, lapbooks, curriculum, etc., that may be purchased to enhance the learning experience: