# Regrouping In Math

Here is a fun math center activity where students will practice writing and solving two addition addition problems with and without regrouping.Students simply spin a two digit number from the 1st spinner, and a two digit number from the second spinner, write the numbers on the sheet and solve the equation!Included in this download:- 2 digit addition spinners- 2 different recording sheetsFun, simple, and hands-on way to practice an important math skill!

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The poem's fine, but check out the dance moves/actions to go with it! This is a fantastic idea for teaching regrouping. Wish I was teaching Grade 2!

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Two-Digit addition math stations / centers that are easy to implement. They come in four different levels (10s, 10s and one 1, without regrouping and with regrouping) and practice four different strategies to solve the problems. Perfect for second grade math stations.

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Teaching subtraction with regrouping can be challenging--and students need a lot of repetition to master it. Check out this "out of the box" activity to practice that standard algorithm in a "not very standard" way! Great for accountable math talk, proble

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Oh no! All the doors are locked and we really need to unlock the kitchen door. But to open the kitchen door kids need to answer correctly all the math problems in the ‘Unlocking the Door’ worksheet. Think your little ones can do it? Just print the worksheet, hand it to them, and find out how good their math is. Kids will need to know addition and subtraction with regrouping to be able to crack this one!

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Do you want a free set of Addition Magic Square Puzzles that can be used in your preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom? (Or even in your homeschool?) Then you're going to love these addition 0-5, 0-10, 0-10, and two and three digit - with and without regrouping - Magic Square Puzzles! Click through now to see how you can get these engaging math centers for FREE!

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