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Getting your elementary students fluent in the 100 Basic Addition Facts is such an important goal. Once they have their “pluses” down, students possess the building blocks they’ll need for the math learning that comes next! So, we developed this addition strategies poster series to help elementary students understand these seven simple and essential rules.
You can hang the posters as an all-in-one. Or you can display the different addition strategies around your classroom.
Each addition strategy has a corresponding lesson plan! All seven lessons have hands-on activities outlined to help your students understand and apply these useful ways to grasp the addition basics.
Just enter your info in the box at right to receive your free digital poster series and lesson plan kit!
As soon as you sign up, you’ll immediately receive your classroom kit with the beautifully designed, printer-ready posters and curriculum-aligned lesson plans for download. We will also email you digital versions for easy saving to your files.
Another great way to help build your elementary students’ math learning is by hosting a St. Jude Math-A-Thon! With this engaging and educational fundraiser, your students will reinforce their math skills, earn prizes, and make a difference in the lives of children served by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. On a week of your choice (any week during the school year), your students will solve standards-aligned, grade-level math problems and learn the importance of helping others. Learn more about how to host your own St. Jude Math-A-Thon.
Thanks to St. Jude for sponsoring this awesome addition classroom kit for teachers. To learn more about ways schools can support St. Jude, visit the St. Jude Children’s Hospital teacher site or our resource hub on WeAreTeachers .