This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, students will be ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

In this lesson, students will be figuring out the addends that add up to the correct sums. They will also be creating and solving equations with more than two addends.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, students are introduced ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

In this lesson, students are introduced to the beaded number line as a tool to help them solve addition and subtraction problems within 20. This lesson is in two parts and may be taught over more than one day.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, the students will ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

In this lesson, the students will explore even and odd numbers through a variety of hands-on learning activities. Students will explore numbers up to 100, comparisons of groups, and odd/even relationships of numbers up to 20.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, students play the ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

In this lesson, students play the game Fluency Fun to practice mental strategies to add and subtract numbers within 20. Students should also begin to recall doubles from memory.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. This is lesson six in a ...

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This is lesson six in a series of six lessons focused around developing a mathematical community at the beginning of the school year. The goal is to promote the idea that it is okay to make mistakes in math as long as we try to figure out the mistake and fix it.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. This lesson look at the properties ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

This lesson look at the properties and attributes of numbers, in order to help students have an understanding of odd and even. It is not enough for students to just be able to identify an odd or an even number, students should build a conceptual understanding of why a number is classified as odd or even.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. This is lesson four in a ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

This is lesson four in a series of six lessons focused around developing a mathematical community at the beginning of the school year. While this lesson introduces standard NC.2.OA.3, its primary goal is for students to become comfortable talking with peers, posing questions to each other, sharing in collaborative groups, and using existing community math norms. A secondary goal is to begin exposing them to even/odd numbers.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. This is lesson five in a ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

This is lesson five in a series of six lessons focused around developing a mathematical community at the beginning of the school year. While this lesson addresses standard NC.2.G.1, the primary goal is for students to recognize that mathematicians use their mistakes as opportunities to learn.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. This is lesson three in a ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

This is lesson three in a series of six lessons focused around developing a mathematical community at the beginning of the school year. While this lesson addresses standards NC.2.OA.2 and NC.2.NBT.4, the primary goal is for students to recognize that mathematicians listen to and learn from one another.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. This is lesson two in a ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

This is lesson two in a series of six lessons focused around developing a mathematical community at the beginning of the school year. The primary goal is for students to begin establishing norms for how students work together during math class throughout the whole year. A secondary goal is to estimate length.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, students will be ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

In this lesson, students will be taking ownership of their own learning by making addition charts of facts that they know, and facts they need to learn. A logical progression of strategy instruction that can be used to help students become fluent with the facts is one more and two more than facts, facts with zero, doubles facts, and doubles plus one facts.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, students develop their ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

In this lesson, students develop their understanding of odd and even numbers. Students will begin to notice what is happening when an even and an even are added together, odd and odd, even and odd. They make generalizations by playing the game "Even Steven or Odd Rod".

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, students will deepen ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

In this lesson, students will deepen their understanding of odd and even by looking at numbers 1-20 to see if numbers of students in a group can have a partner. By recording their findings on a hundreds board, students should begin to find a pattern with odd and even numbers.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson "make-a-ten" strategy is ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

In this lesson "make-a-ten" strategy is introduced through a game. There are two different games n this lesson. Both games address the same standards and have the same rules. Play Ball takes longer to completely cover the gameboard.

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers. This is lesson one in a ...

This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.

This is lesson one in a series of six lessons focused around developing a mathematical community at the beginning of the school year. The primary goal of this lesson is for students to begin establishing norms for math class. A secondary goal is to start exploring a non-standard problem that has more than one possible solution.

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