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Regrouping In Math

Making a 10 to Add is a great math strategy to help students mentally add bigger numbers. It's a skill I picked up somewhere along the way i...

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Math Task Card Bundle

This math resource provides you with fourteen different sets of math task cards. These resources come with a full color version and black and white version for your printing needs. It also includes a student response sheet and answer key. Skills included in this bundle are addition, subtraction, fact families, missing addends, money, time, fractions, geometry, graphing, place value, and 2-digit addition and subtraction (with and without regrouping). Perfect for 1st and 2nd grade math!


Do you use Interactive Notebooks in your classroom? This Addition with Regrouping Interactive Notebook has 50 pages of 2-digit and 3-digit addition with regrouping activities! All of the activities come with a picture of the completed page for easy asse

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3rd Grade Math Skills (Print and Go) September Fun

$ This resource contains 18 Print and Go Math worksheets for 3rd grade students. Great for morning work, math stations, early finishers, or homework! Skills cover addition and subtraction with regrouping, place value, counting coins, time, elapsed time, equalities, rounding to the nearest 10 and 100, in/out boxes, and 10 more than/10 less than practice. $


An idea for my students who get lost in multi-step math problems. Think of it as a new way of "borrowing".

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Regrouping Poster Freebie

My kids love this rhyme--really helps them. But I've never had it in print.

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Addition and Subtraction Games - 3 digit subtraction with regrouping

Addition and subtraction with regrouping features in this 10 game pack. Five games address 3 digit addition with regrouping and another five, 3 digit subtraction with regrouping.

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Scoot Subtraction with Regrouping

Great game for students in the area of subtraction with regrouping. Candy Themed!!

Lastly, we are busing learning addition and subtraction within 40 right now, somewhat complicated by our new standards and the fact that Math in Focus goes a little more in depth than necessary according to the CCSS. One of our fab second grade teachers had this super cute poem up in her room, and I just had to snag it. I haven?t displayed it in my classroom yet because we?re really not supposed