This week in math, we've been reviewing some of our strategies (or tools) we can use to solve addition problems.
We talked about using objects to count on, drawing pictures, making tally marks, using a number grid or number line, and using tally marks. Next week, we are going to talk about using the doubles and tens facts we learned about in first grade and have reviewed in second grade as "helper facts" to help us solve addition problems.
If you are looking for more opportunities to practice addition, you can log into IXL and work on any of the problems under Addition-one digit (section E) under Second Grade Math. If you are wanting to challenge your brain, you can also try Addition with two or three digits (sections G and I)!