Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 2 Operations - 2.NBT.B.7
How do you Master Addition? Nothing is scarier for the kids and their parents than the art of learning mathematics. Do you remember the time when you were a little kid, staring at a blank paper trying to work through that basic mathematical addition sum? Luckily your kid doesn't have to go through the same struggle trying to tackle the basic mathematical operations. In fact, your child can master the art of all mathematical operations with a few tricks and tips. In this guide, let's tell you how you can help your kid achieve command over addition. 1.Master the art of skip counting. Skip counting, which is 2s, 5s, 10s etc. is fun to do and saves a lot of time. It helps kids to understand the patterns in counting. 2.Add 10s. don't add in 16 or 17 at once. Add in 10s and then add the remaining. 3.Add doubles and near doubles. Adding doubles means the double of the number is added to the real number. Adding near double refers to adding the double then adding one more. 4.Practice, practice, and practice. These worksheets help students review all their addition operation skills in a wide array of topics.
- Mixed Addition Step-by-Step Lesson- This is just a quick refresher for you.
- Guided Lesson - Focused mostly around double and triple digit integers.
- Guided Lesson Explanation - Takes a little extra paper to explain it.
- Mixed Addition Review 5 Pack -Horizontal problems, sums of three integers, and two extra word problems to boot.
- Practice Sheet - Ten problems all encased in a grid to help carry place values.
- Mixed Digit Addition Word Problem Lesson and Practice - We throw some word problems at you and step you through it.
- Really Mixed Addition Worksheet - This is somewhat of a warm up for the five pack we have on this section.
- Matching Worksheet - More grids were requested and here you go.
These are fun and inviting to use as review packets..
- Homework 1 - Straight up three digit addition.
- Homework 2 - A spooky theme is attached to this one.
- Homework 3 - The fundamental caveman math.
Make sure to follow the progression that I have created it will help students grasp it faster.