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My students need lots of practice to master addition with regrouping, so I created this fun game to help them practice.  This activity supports sol 3.3b, create and solve single-step and multi-step practical problems involving sums or differences of two whole numbers, each 9,999 or less.  The students make a big circle around the room and play a cakewalk style game.  When the teacher stops the music, they sit in front of the closest card and add the two numbers.   Students use their knowledge of place value and estimation to determine if their answer is reasonable.  I created this activity during the week of Halloween so the pumpkins were a big hit with my students who really enjoy movement activities.

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Mathematics
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Tina Fuller
04/06/2021
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My students need lots of practice to master addition with regrouping, so I created this fun game to help them practice.  This activity supports sol 3.3b, create and solve single-step and multi-step practical problems involving sums or differences of two whole numbers, each 9,999 or less.  The students make a big circle around the room and play a cakewalk style game.  When the teacher stops the music, they sit in front of the closest card and add the two numbers.   Students use their knowledge of place value and estimation to determine if their answer is reasonable.  Movement activities are always a big hit in my classroom!  This game is one of my students’ favorites!

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Mathematics
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Author:
Tina Fuller
11/04/2020
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Subtraction with regrouping is a skill that we practice throughout the school year because my students need lots of practice.  This activity supports sol 3.3b, create and solve single-step and multi-step practical problems involving sums or differences of two whole numbers, each 9,999 or less.  The students make a big circle around the room and play a cakewalk style game.  When the teacher stops the music, they sit in front of the closest card and subtract the two numbers to find the difference.   Students use their knowledge of place value and estimation to determine if their answer is reasonable.  With this game, I was able to incorporate movement into my classroom.  I love seeing my students have fun while learning!

Subject:
Mathematics
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Game
Author:
Tina Fuller