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Lesson 2 - Introducing Addition
To encourage students to have fun on the Web while learning about Introducing Addition, here are some games and interactive activities they can do on their own or in pairs.
Describe and act out addition story problems.
Choose a method to solve a problem.
Instructions for Use
Basic Addition lets students act out addition story problems.
To use Basic Addition, choose the first number. Choose the second number. Click the "Find Sum" button. Click the "Next" button for a new question.
Basic Addition Exercise lets students practice adding.
To use Basic Addition Exercise, count the bugs on the first leaf. Input the answer in the first text box. Count the bugs on the second leaf. Input the answer in the second text box. Count the bugs on the third leaf. Input the answer in the third text box. Click the "Next" button for a new question.
Place Value Number Line lets students explore place value by placing dots on number lines.
To use Place Value Number Line, have students click on the red dot at the top and drag it to the number line to match the value shown
Kick Box Math lets students act out addition problems.
To use Kick Box Math, click the "Start at Level" button. Click on the correct answer to the question before the time runs out. Try all levels.