Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Adding Two-Digit Numbers Center Game: 2.NBT.5 and a GIVEAWAY!

It makes me quite sad that we have ZERO FOLLOWERS! WHHHAAATT?! So... the first 2 followers I get will get this newest game for FREE! :) Just FOLLOW US and comment with your email address!

New center game just uploaded in TpT! It supports 2.NBT.5 for second grade common core!

2.NBT.5: Fluently add and subtract within 100 based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.

This game will help students practice adding two two-digit numbers. Students may choose any method or strategy they would like to solve the problems. While playing this game, students should be allowed to explore with different manipulatives like base ten blocks, counters, hundred charts, bundles, etc. Students should be discovering which addition strategies make sense to them.

Use with Daily 5 Math as Math with Someone or Partner Game center! 


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This game correlates to The Common Core Classroom Guide to 2.NBT.5!

8 comments:

  1. I will try another comment. Thanks for making math packets. I bought some already. Great stuff. SAylesworth@fedhock.com

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  2. Thanks, Susan! I'm glad you found them useful! :)

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  3. I just found you on TPT! Our state just began transitioning to the CCSS last year, so your products are a huge help! Thank you! mkrsarah@aol.com

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  4. Yay, Sarah! I'm so glad you've found us! I'm excited you're our first FOLLOWER! WOOHOO! :) I'm emailing you the Two-Digit Addition game now! :)

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  5. I love your blog! I am a new first year and first grade teacher, so, new to common core and I am going to be referring to your web page now to help me out! I am also your newest follow at your Tpt store! I haven't bought anything yet, but I have a few things on my wish list!!

    Jessica
    flutteringinfirstgrade.blogspot.com

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  6. I'm excited that I found your blog! I'm teaching Second Grade for the first time this year. We are only partially implementing CCSS because our kiddos still have to take the CSTs this year, poor little guys! I love your ideas and your TpT products look fun and engaging! Thank you!

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