Addition Strategies
from Elementary and Middle School Mathematics by John
A. Van De Walle
Pearson Education, Boston, 2004
One More Than and Two More Than
Make Ten Facts
Other Strategies
Activity 11.1
Make a die labeled +1, +2, +1, +2, "one more", and "two more." Use with |
Activity 11.2
In a matching activity, children can begin with a number, match that |
Activity 11.3
A lotto-type board can be made on a file folder. Small fact cards can |
Activity 11.4
Write about ten zero facts on the board, some with the zero first |
Activity 11.5 Have students
make picture cards for each of the doubles,
(Page 161) |
Activity 11.6
Use the calculator and enter the "double maker"
(2 X =). Let one child
(page 162) |
Activity 11.7
Roll a single die with numerals or dot sets, and say the complete |
Activity 11.8
Give students a
mat with two ten-frames.
Flash cards are placed next to |
Generic Task
Activity 11.9
Pose the following task to the class: If you did not (page 163) |
Doubles Plus Two, or Two-Apart Facts
Make-Ten Extended
Counting On
Ten-Frame Facts
Activity 11.10
A Plus-Five Machine Use the calculator to practice adding five.
Enter + 5 = |
Activity 11.11
Hold up a
ten-frame card and have the children say the "ten fact". |
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