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Resource #1

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#### Lesson Plans:

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

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

#### Gumball Ten Frame

Have learners roll the dice to create an addition problem. Learners may use the mat and gumball manipulatives or pompoms to solve the equation.

#### Duck Away Equations

Have learners sort the duck equations on the mats according to the solution or difference each equation. Three ducks belong to each solution mat.

#### Subtraction Clip Cards

Have learners clip the correct equation for each of the pictures on the clip cards.

#### Gumball Subtraction Mats

Have learners choose a number from a bag or bin and write the number on their subtraction mat. Learners may subtract that number from twelve and use the mat or manipulatives to solve the equation.

#### S’mores Subtraction

Have learners match the correct difference to each of the equations.

Have learners find the cards around the room. Learners may write and solve the equations as they find the cards.

#### Baseball Operation Sort

Have learners sort the baseballs by their operation (addition or subtraction). Learners may then solve each equation on the printable.

### what are teachers saying?

5/5

Thank you for this great resource. Looks fab in my room, and easy to use. The students found it engaging and easy to access.

-Francine B.

5/5
Have been using these units all year so far. Love how quick & easy they make planning lessons for each unit. Thank you for sharing!

-Rachael R.
5/5
I love these math centers! I have all the packs, the kids love them and they are so easy to use!

-Marissa C.
5/5
Great ideas for addition and subtraction. This resource is stuffed with useful tools to use in the classroom. Everything is colorful and engaging. Wonderful resource.

-Cathy C.
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This is a great resource! It was easy to use and my learners had fun!

-Jennifer F.
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MEASURE AND COMPARE
Resource #2

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#### Lesson Plans:

Follow these lesson plans or use the ideas included to supplement your curriculum. There are 7 weeks or 35 lesson plan ideas.

#### Vocabulary Cards

Print the vocabulary cards and introduce the definitions and sentences throughout the unit. Measurement terms are illustrated and an example sentence is provided

#### Measurement Songs

Use these as you introduce each form of measurement. One song is provided for each week to allow further discussion into each type of measurement.

#### Storytelling Lesson

Each week of instruction includes a storytelling lesson. This lesson is included to introduce your learners to a real-life situation that involves measurement. Use the materials listed in the description and have your learners help you solve the problem. There are a total of seven storytelling lessons in this unit.

#### Measurement Book Lessons

Three days of each week learners will be read a book that addresses the form of measurement being taught. The books include an activity that can be used to elaborate the concept. The measurement songs can also be sung during these lessons. There are a total of 21 books and activities in this unit.

#### Interactive Notebook

The final day of each week is used for learners to complete an interactive notebook page. Each activity allows the learners to continue to practice and reinforce a skill after the unit is over. There are a total of seven interactive notebook activities in this unit.

Read the book How Can I Measure. Each page of the book addresses a new type of measurement and method it can be measured.

#### Math Center | Bigger or Smaller

Have learners sort the flower pictures on the cards that match. Learners may line up the flowers from smallest to biggest.

#### Math Center | Order By Size

Have learners place the foods in order of their size.

#### Math Center | Longer or Shorter

Have learners compare the length of each object to the length of the toolbox. Learners may sort the objects by those longer and those shorter than the toolbox.

#### Math Center | Measuring Supplies

Have the learners use the cards to determine the length of each of the classroom supplies. Learners may write the length of each on the printable provided.

#### Math Center | Weight Clip Cards

Have learners clip the image on the card that is heavier than the object on the card.

#### Math Center | Heavy or Light

Have learners sort the cards on a pocket chart by their weight. Learners may sort the cards under the heavy or light title cards.

#### Math Center | Graphing Cubes

Have learners grab a handful of cubes from a bin. Learners may create a graph by coloring the graph to show what they got or placing the cubes on the graph mat.

#### Math Center | Roll and Graph

Have learners roll the dice and color in the results for each roll.

#### Math Center | Clock Puzzles

Have learners match the puzzles by the time shown on a digital and analog clock.

#### Math Center | Second, Minute or Hour

Have learners clip the amount of time each activity takes on the clip card.

#### Math Center | Money Sort

Have learners sort the coin facts on a pocket chart. Extra pages are provided for the learners to sort coins on a sorting mat.

#### Math Center | Needs and Wants

Have learners sort the objects by needs or wants.

#### Math Center | Holds Less or Holds More

Have learners sort the images on a pocket chart by which holds less and which holds more.

#### Math Center | How Many Spoons

Provide learners with a variety of cups or containers. Learners may see how many spoonfuls or scoops it take to fill each container.

### what are teachers saying?

5/5
Loved using this for my Measurement unit centers with my pre-k buddy! Great assortment of activities!

– Margaret S.
5/5
Have been using these units all year so far. Love how quick & easy they make planning lessons for each unit. Thank you for sharing!

Rachael R.

5/5
I wanted something that would be easier to help me teach math with my kiddos and this is perfect. I already started reading it and can’t wait to work with them. I think it will be fun and something that will help me explain it to them so they can learn through the activities provided.

Andrea R.
5/5
ove this resource! Kids love the sorting activity, on top of the other center activities.

Teacher Tori’s Treasures
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Loved the visuals/anchor charts included in this resource!

-Fiona R.
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