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• Two pages of simple addition and subtraction word problems.
• Mrs. Turkey bought twenty green apples and fourteen red apples to make apple pies. What is the total number of apples Mrs. Turkey bought?
• These fish-themed pages serve as a colorful guide for word problems, displaying the mathematical symbols (+/-) that accompany the most common addition and subtraction keywords
• [member-created with abctools] From "addends" to "square number". These vocabulary building word strips are great for word walls.

• Includes circle, oval, square, rectangle, triangle, star and diamond Common Core: Geometry  K.3.1, 1.G.1 2.G.1, 3.G.1

• Colorful math posters that help teach the basic concepts of addition for older students.
• "Anne is a witch. She has two black cats. How many more does she have to find if she needs ten black cats for her spell?" Five Halloween-themed word problems.
• "Yolanda’s Thanksgiving turkey weighs twenty pounds. Her family eats seventeen pounds at dinner. How many pounds are left?"
• Glue the four shells that make a math fact family into the correct places.

• A Christmas stocking shape book of math story problems about Christmas cookies. Six problems and answer page.
• Students use turkey-shaped cards (numbered 1-20) to make addition and subtraction equations. Instructions included.
• Students use star-shaped cards (numbered 1-20) to make addition and subtraction equations.
• One poster says "Addition Keywords" and one says "Subtraction Keywords"; these match our colorful fish-themed addition and subtraction posters.
• Includes circle, oval, square, rectangle, triangle, star, and diamond.  Common Core: Geometry  K.3.1, 1.G.1 2.G.1, 3.G.1

• Math fact families with a plant theme.
• Explanation of different triangles according to their angles, followed by two practice page: one labeling triangles, and one creating triangles to match their descriptions.
• Poster showing four different triangles according to their angles, with two activities to test concept.Common Core: Geometry  K.3.1, 1.G.1 2.G.1, 3.G.1

• This packet contains an overview, for both parents and teachers, of the common core standards for second grade math. 15 student-friendly posters describe the standards in easy to understand terms. 4 student checklists, written in student friendly language, are included for students to track their mastery of each standard.

• Simple addition and subtraction word problems with a holiday/Christmas theme.
• Includes pentagon, hexagon, octagon, trapezoid, cone, and right triangle. Common Core: Geometry  K.3.1, 1.G.1 2.G.1, 3.G.1

• "Cowboy Tom ropes seven cows and puts them into a corral. He forgets to shut the gate and four escape. How many are left?"
• Nine children are on the school bus. Five get off at the first stop. How many are left on the bus?
• "Ten ghosts want to fly to the haunted house for a Halloween party. Two get lost. How many ghosts arrive at the haunted house?" Five math word problems with a Halloween theme.
• These fish-themed pages serve as a colorful guide for word problems, displaying the mathematical symbols (+/-) that accompany the most common addition and subtraction keywords.

• Includes pentagon, hexagon, octagon, trapezoid cone,and right triangle. Common Core: Geometry  K.3.1, 1.G.1 2.G.1, 3.G.1

• "Susan saw ten butterflies today. She saw four butterflies in the morning. How many did she see in the afternoon?" Eight simple word problems using addition and subtraction up to twenty.
• "There are six clowns in the Champions Circus. The ringmaster hires four new clowns. Three of the old clowns begin to train as acrobats. How many clowns are there now?" Answer the four clown-themed questions and solve a riddle.
• All 20 of our shape posters in one easy download: quadrilaterals (square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram), triangles (equilateral, isoceles, scalene, right, obtuse, acute), curved shapes (circle, oval, crescent), other polygons (pentagon, hexagon, octagon); one per page, each with a picture and a definition. Common Core: Geometry  K.3.1, 1.G.1 2.G.1, 3.G.1

• “A pod of fourteen right whales are feeding under the arctic ice. Four leave to hunt elsewhere. How many are left?” Five subtraction word problems with an endangered animal theme.
• Students read the number above each ten frame and fill in the correct amount using a ten frame. CC: K.CC.B.4

• Three colorful pages of materials for a geometry-themed mini office: types of triangles; determining angles; defining polygon (regular and irregular) and polyhedron; perimeter, area, and volume for basic shapes. Common Core: Geometry  K.3.1, 1.G.1 2.G.1, 3.G.1

• Number charts with numbers 1-120. Highlighted columns are perfect for skip counting, and counting by 2's and 5's. Included in this set is a missing numbers chart. CC:Math:1.NBT.A.1

• Students will use their knowledge of place value to compare numbers. Students are given 2 numbers, how many tens and ones are in each number, then use the greater than, less than, or equal symbols to answer the problem. CC: Math: 1.NBT.B.3

• This mini-unit clearly explains the concept of "fact families" and presents different ways to review the material.
• Maddie finds 3 sand dollars. She then spies 4 sea urchins. What is the total number of items that Maddie has found since she started searching?
• No matter what time you work with math, our new "Morning Math" series is a great way to open students' eyes to the daily uses of math. Simple word problems for beginning math students ("Draw 5 apples. Put an X over 3 of them. How many apples do you have?") start the series.
Common Core: K.OA1, K.OA2, 1.OA1

• A blackline house for multiplication and division "fact families" to live in.
• A blackline house for addition and subtraction "fact families" to live in.
• "Jane built five snowmen after the last snowstorm. Two of them have melted. How many of Jane's snowmen are left?" Eight word problems using addition and subtraction up to twenty.
• Jerry is seven years old. Alice is two years older than Jerry... One page, six problems.