### Mrs. Hasenfuss' First Grade

christina tate

Enhance your child's math skills and understanding of Common Core standards with these fun and engaging activities designed specifically for 2nd grade. Help your child excel in math and build a strong foundation for future success.

Mrs. Hasenfuss' First Grade

christina tate

Here are examples of different ways to teach students how to solve two-digit and three-digit addition problems. These are great strategies for multi-digit addition. What a great anchor chart!

More Than a Worksheet

Browse over 870 educational resources created by Melissa Moran in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Amira Gad

Sep 23, 2019 - Transitioning your students from basic addition to 2-3-digit addition can be tough sometimes! There are five 2-3 digit addition strategies I focus on in my classroom. These strategies do not focus on the standard algorithm. If you’re looking for 2-3 subtraction strategies, you can read all about them over on this post!…

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alyshia quenneville

These 1st Grade "I Can" Checklists are designed to easily track standards taught in the classroom.

The Curriculum Corner

Okay maybe not final but we're getting so close. It's nearly May. I can smell it in the air!!! I'm thinking of sending home a little check...

Carly Crews

Liz’s Bookcase

Models & Strategies for Two-Digit Addition & Subtraction is all about 2nd grade math strategies teaching a solid foundation of math concepts (including mental math) for your students. Each model or strategy uses common core standards! Includes number lines, place value, and base-10 strategies for two-digit addition and two-digit subtraction problems.

What I Have Learned

I remember being taken aback at a training a couple years ago when the presented told us that we shouldn't be teaching kids the standard algorithm for adding and subtracting (you know, carrying the one or crossing out the tens) in 2nd grade. Whether we agreed or disagreed with the presenter,we all wondered how in the world were we supposed to teach them adding and subtracting with regrouping?!?! The presenter showed us a strategy called open number lines and I found it to be very effective…

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