**THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES**

**Lesson Plans:**

Follow these lesson plans or use the ideas to supplement your curriculum. There are 5 weeks or 25 lesson plan ideas.

**Addition and Subtraction Posters**

Use these posters as specified throughout the unit to help learners visualize the concepts taught. Posters include addition and subtraction definition, strategies and ways to add and subtract and addition and subtraction vocabulary.

**Vocabulary Cards:**

Post these cards on the math wall during the unit to refer to as new words are introduced.

**Adding Doubles Book**

Have learners complete this book in a math center or as seat work.

**Interactive Notebook:**

Have learners complete the addition and subtraction interaction notebook pages as a math rotation. Skills may be reviewed throughout the unit in groups or partners.

**Addition to 10 **

Week One focuses on addition to ten through storytelling, read alouds, charts, manipulatives and more in a group, partners and independent learning settings.

**Addition to 12**

Week Two continues using addition to twelve. Learners will become more familiar with the concept through the use of different addition strategies. Addition equations or number sentences will be reviewed.

**Subtraction from 10**

Week Three focuses on taking away through storytelling, read alouds, charts, manipulatives and more in a group, partners, and independent learning setting

**Subtraction from 10**

Week Four continues using subtraction from twelve. Learners will become more familiar with the concept through the use of different subtraction strategies. Subtraction equations or number sentences will be reviewed.

**Addition and Subtraction**

Week Five helps learners to understand which operation should be used. Through storytelling, word problems, class activities, your students will understand addition and subtraction vocabulary and practice addition and subtraction problems.

**Addition Clip Cards**

Have learners use the pictures on the clip cards to clip the correct total of objects.

**Monster Sets**

Have learners match the monster pictures to the correct addition equation.

**Cookie Addition Mats**

Have learners choose two cookie pictures and place them on the mat. Learners may then use a dry erase markers to solve the addition equation.