First Grade Math: Let's Play a Game with Dice While Learning to Add Within 12!
This class get students excited about adding! We'll turn this everyday task into a fun activity that includes lots of movement, counting, and adding!
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Ready, set, ROLL...and then add! This class makes adding fun and engaging! The lesson will start by reviewing the different ways that we can add. This will include using our fingers, manipulatives, number lines, and counting up. Students can choose whichever method they prefer as we begin the adding portion of our class. We'll do a couple of warmup rounds together and once students feel confident, they will get to roll their own dice and practice on a sheet provided. This class is great...
Students will need dice (2), printable worksheet for the class (send in the class page within 24 hours of class starting) and something to write with. Students will most likely need 2-4 copies of the worksheet, so if you'd like to save paper, you can place the worksheet into a page protector and let them use a dry erase marker to save on paper waste.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will need dice for this lesson. If you do not have dice I will include a paper print out that you can fold and tape together. They will also need to print the worksheet for recording their work. If your learner is a fast worker, you may want to print two copies.
Bachelors in Elementary and Special Education, High School Transition Teacher, 10 Years Experience
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
153 total reviews
148 completed classes
Hello Families! My name is Amanda, and I am so happy that you're considering me as a teacher! A little about my credentials; I have a dual bachelor's degree in Elementary and Special Education from Northern Arizona University. I've taught first,...