Our district hasn't gotten new math curriculum since adopting the Common Core, which is a double edge sword. I have a lot of freedom to teach what I think the students need, but that means that I either need to find it or create it.
In my search, for two-digit addition materials, I found a lot of great materials that were cute problems or had students do something to generate two-digit numbers (spin, roll, flip cards, etc.). Or there were teacher directed lessons on how to use an open number line, decompose numbers, or use base-10 blocks. There was nothing that helped students actually work through problems with a bit of coaching, but without the teacher in a directed lesson.
So, I created some activities for my students to do during math stations. I created all of these actives in black and white so that they can be printed on colored paper (I use regular paper, not card stock) and laminated. Students then use their whiteboard markers to work out the problem and find the matching answer and/or equation. Recording sheets are included; however, I find that I'm not using them as much as the students are doing the work on the cards and then erasing it for the next pair of students.
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