Math Work Stations Book Study Addition Subtraction

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# Math Work Stations Blog Party Chapter 5 Addition and Subtraction

Debbie Diller says to provide your kindergarten students many opportunities to solve story problems.   You can find this book by clicking HERE. (affiliate link)

One of my students’ favorite math stations last year was Domino Math.  This station stayed constant from January to the end of the year.  It was fairly simple:  My students would select a domino and write the equation on this page.  I can differentiate this by sorting the dominoes I want my students to use.  Some students will use equations to 5, others may use equations to 10.  The same paper can be used for addition and subtraction.

I love the Math Story Cards Ms. Diller included on p 245- 247.  However, last year I used Kathy Richardson’s Math Story Cards from this book.

This includes 10 different math story cards.  I copied them onto cardstock, laminated them, and clipped them together with a bookbinder ring. (I wish I had a picture to show you).  I let my students decide which story card they wanted to use.  The AMAZING Fran at Kindergarten Crayons also created some WONDERFUL ones on her site.  You can grab them here and here.

I also created another FREE file.  You will find the link at the bottom of this post.  You can find similar activities for the whole year by clicking HERE.
This FREEBIE has over 130 addition and subtraction cards (working with numbers to 10).  For younger students (kindergarten)  they will use manipulatives to solve the problem.  Older students (1st or 2nd grade) can use the cards to build math facts fluency and automaticity.

Thank you, Cheryl, for hosting Chapter 5.  Hop over to her blog to see what the smart bloggers had to say about this chapter.

### FREE File

• June 20 at 1:34 am

Thanks for the great shares. I cant wait for my students to get their hands on these! Virginia

• June 20 at 1:41 am

LOVE the Freebie!!! Thanks so much!!! AND Domino adding and subtracting is so brilliant, yet so simple!! Why didn't I think of that!? Thanks for sharing!!!
Little Warriors

• June 20 at 1:50 am

Can I just say…for the good of the order (my pastor says that a lot)…that you ROCK! Thanks!
Ms. A

• June 20 at 2:45 am

Summertime Math Work Stations is adorable!! I love those kiddos!! 🙂 Thank you!!!

• June 20 at 2:53 am

Thank you!! I love the dominoes. Like Katie said, what a simple idea but SO useful!! Thank you thank you thank you 🙂

• June 20 at 4:19 am

Another fabulous post. Darling summertime station… thanks for the flashcards!
Lory
Lory's Page

• June 20 at 11:54 am

very cute! thanks!

• June 20 at 12:05 pm

I'm going to check out the book recommendation. Thanks!!

• June 20 at 12:07 pm

PS… I've been meaning to tell you this for a while… I create a word from each comment code I type. I'm hooked. I'd been looking at them prior to your post but now I study them. LOL

• June 20 at 4:32 pm

Thanks for the freebie! I have a beach themed classroom so it will be perfect year round!!!

• June 20 at 5:16 pm

Thank You! Thank You! These are great! Where do you get your clipart – it is very cute!
Tessa
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• June 20 at 5:25 pm

Never mind! I saw that you get your clipart from Scrappin' Doodles!

• June 20 at 5:43 pm

Love the games! My daughter just finished Kindergarten so I will be testing the addition and subtraction out on her before I bring it to my classroom next year!
Thanks so much!
Mrs. Sether

• June 20 at 5:45 pm

Thank you for sharing!!!

• June 20 at 10:37 pm

Not sure if I've told you how much you ROCK!!!! so I'll just tell you again…YOU ROCK!!! Thanks for sharing! :0)

• June 21 at 3:44 am

Thank you everyone for your kind words! You are the BEST followers!

• June 22 at 2:04 am

Thank you, Deedee, for creating and sharing your ideas!

• June 23 at 4:11 am

I have to tell you that you are one of the reasons that I started my own blog. Thank you for sharing so much with the blog world. I love your freebies and your products and I follow you on TpT too.

Thank you so much!

http://www.pocketfullofkinders.blogspot.com

• June 23 at 6:36 pm

Deedee,
I love your blog…you have so many cute and creative ideas!

With math stations or various activities, how many sets of each game do you make? Or do you just have 1 set of each game?

Thanks!
Laura

• June 23 at 11:22 pm

Hi Laura! Thank you for the compliment!

I usually only make one copy of the game. Usually, I have just two students working at a station and they work together to complete the task/activity. This seems to work really well when I thoughtfully partner my kiddos.

My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching to different age groups and in different classroom environments. My heart belongs to early childhood education and I love working with other teachers who share this same love as me. Read More

Deedee

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