Math on Monday



You can get the flashcards for FREE by clicking on this picture. Let me know if you come up with some creative ways to get your kids fluent in these facts!
If you missed them the first time, you can get the number line addition pages here.

7 comments

  1. Going to download the flashcards tomorrow! The anchor chart looks great. Thanks for sharing!

    ~ Amy

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  2. Hi,
    I love your house--can you download the template for the house paper! Thanks for your blog and your great units!!
    Chris

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  3. Thanks so much Vickie! Addition fluency is about to drive me bonkers! I also love the anchor chart!

    Angela
    The Daily Alphabet

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  4. I have been doing a version of the workjobs that is posted at KinderGals http://kindergals.blogspot.com/2011/10/workjobs.html to help my students become fluent in addition and subraction (as well as many other math concepts) They love it.

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  5. Thanks for the freebies! The flashcards are super cute and the number line addition sheets are exactly what I was looking for!!

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