Your first-grade students will master addition and subtraction word problems within twenty in this interactive math practice game. Word problems give students the opportunity to put their addition and subtraction skills to the test in real-life scenarios. After going through this online math practice activity, your students will become more confident in their ability to correctly solve a variety of addition and subtraction word problems.
Here are some examples of the types of word problems your students can expect to solve in this online math game. "Sophia and her brothers each have 9 books. How many books do they have all together?" "Eliza picked 13 flowers. 8 of them were dandelions. How many of them were not dandelions?" "Brynn set a goal to read 17 books over the summer. So far, she has read 9. How many more books does she need to read?" These and similar word problems will test your students' knowledge of addition and subtraction within twenty.
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This interactive math lesson is classified as Level A. It may be ideal for first grade students.
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Students will represent and solve word problems involving addition and subtraction.
Addition to 20 (Level A)
In this first grade-level math lesson, students will practice adding numbers up to twenty. Questions are presented in fill-in-the-blank format.
Subtraction within 20 (Level A)
Students will practice subtraction within twenty in this math lesson geared toward first grade. Questions are presented in fill-in-the-blank format.