Ants on a Sandwich Primary Activity

Primary mathematicians first model “put together” and “take apart” situations using concrete objects, drawings, etc. These concepts are then expanded to composing and decomposing numbers additively. A connection to students’ prior work with building sets is important as students are developing fluencies with their addition and subtractions facts. Children need many opportunities to experience these situations.

Incorporating seasonal manipulatives allow children to practice these mathematical ideas in a contextual setting. To effectively facilitate these activities, be sure to cover the common addition and subtraction situations found in Table 1, CCSSM, page 88.

This resource includes color masters for both activities, the seasonal objects as well as the counters. Hyperlinks are also provided for manipulatives when applicable.

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Created: Aug 20, 2015

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