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# Balancing equations

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Game: true/false math facts I would use this when teaching about adding multiple numbers. I would have students do this in math centers. I really like how students have to work out all of the problems and then decide if they are true or false.

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This idea could be modified to teach commutative property of multiplication - change the + to a x.

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Free online maths games for kids. Primary or Elementary, Key Stage 1, ages 5-7 years, Numeracy, Math help activities and teacher resources to use in the classroom or for parents at home to help your child with maths. Perfect as part of a homeschool curriculum. Use on an IWB, PC or mac. Learn math the easy way with kids games.

Students use a balance and cubes to practice finding missing addends in equations! LOOKING FOR DETAILED MATH WORKSHOP LESSONS AND ACTIVITIES?! CHECK THEM OUT HERE! Practice with: *the meaning of the equal sign *missing addends *addition *subtraction This is such an easy math activity where studen...

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I know it sounds absurd, but no matter what age your child or student is (if they are old enough to be in school and doing math), you should be using the words "equality" and "inequality" to describe numbers that are equal or not equal. One simple way of doing this is to use a pan balance. You can differentiate these activities to use with students in K-8! My students are regrouping when adding or subtracting 2 and 3-digit numbers. In order to help them understand that regrouping is not…