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Students will practice adding numbers up to five in this interactive math lesson from iKnowIt.com. They will add objects like counters, footballs, bananas, and blocks. An addition number sentence is included with each problem. Students will type the correct answer in the box provided.

We designed I Know It to provide engaging math practice for elementary-aged students. Students love the bright, engaging website pages and math lessons. Animated cartoon characters react with a cute dance or silly display when children answer a question correctly. Students get the sense that they are playing a fun, yet challenging, math game.

Here are some notable features that set I Know It math lessons apart: a score-tracker on the right-hand side of the screen helps students keep track of how many questions they've answered correctly so far. A progress tracker above that shows students how many questions they've answered in the lesson so far. Students can click on the “hint” button in the lower-left corner of their screen for a relevant pictorial or written clue that will help them get the correct answer. If students answer incorrectly, a detailed explanation page appears, helping them understand, step-by-step, how the problem should have been solved, so they can get it right the next time.

Teachers of ESL/ELL students, or students who excel at auditory learning, will appreciate the read-aloud option included in each math lesson. When students click on the speaker icon on their screen, the question will be read aloud to them in a clear voice.

It is our sincere hope that the interactive math lessons you try on iKnowIt.com will transform ordinary math practice in your classroom into extraordinary learning opportunities! Give this "Addition to 5" math lesson a try, and remember to check out our other math topics!

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As a member of I Know It, you will be able to create a class roster and complete with individual student logins. You'll also be able to view your students' scores for lessons they've completed, track their progress, print and send progress reports, and change lesson settings (such as turning off the animated characters or limiting the number of hints per lesson).

Your students will log in with their unique user name and password to a kid-friendly homepage, from which they can work on math lessons you've assigned to them in the "My Assignments" section. They can also explore math lessons at their grade level, or try out other math lessons at different grade levels. In the student interface, grade levels are shown as "Level A," and "Level B" instead of "Grade 1" and "Grade 2". This allows teachers to assign students math lessons based on their individual skill level.

This online math lesson is categorized as Level K. It may be appropriate for kindergarten and first grade students.

K.OA.1, MA.K.AR.1.3, MA.K.NSO.3.1, K.3A

Operations And Algebraic Thinking

Understand Addition As Putting Together And Adding To, And Under- Stand Subtraction As Taking Apart And Taking From.

Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings2, sounds (e.g., claps), acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.

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