Earlier this year, ED decided she wanted a math workbook just like DD and LD’s books. We had been playing a lot of games, but according to her, that wasn’t “real math” anymore! I bought a Spectrum math workbook for her (grade 2). She worked her way through the basic addition problems. Before she goes on to tackle double digit addition and subtraction in that book, though, I wanted her to work through some of the Montessori style addition and subtraction sheets that had worked so well for LD and DD.
She is working through the “no regrouping” addition pages. I like that the columns are separated and color coded (ones are in green, tens are blue, hundreds are red). At first look she was baffled, but then within a few minutes she “got it.” “This is SOOoooo easy, Ma,” she soon told me! Great! I like hearing that.
I’ll share some of the sheets I made for ED. These pages have no regrouping. We’re still making our way through these and some similar resources I have on hand. I haven’t introduced the concept of regrouping to her yet (and I’ll want to use the Montessori math beads for that), so I’m not quite ready to share the “regrouping” pages with you (stay tuned!).
These packets are free to download. Just click on the links below. There are two separate files.
We also have Montessori style addition pages with regrouping
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P.S. Not too long after I shared these sheets, someone informed me that these are not “Montessori” math sheets. I had gotten these types of problems off of a website that called itself “Montessori” years ago so I made the assumption that they were… (Maybe that’s why they are no long available? Maybe they weren’t Montessori enough?) Anyway, I just make things that work for my kids — Montessori or otherwise… so if you are a Montessori teacher or homeschooler you now have your warning that you’ll need to delve further to see if they are “official enough” and if they work for you. Labels are a funny thing, right? 🙂
You might also be interested in these addition and subtraction math materials (Find out more by clicking on the links below):
Dragon Math Packet (Addition, Subtraction worksheets & games)
Fact Families 5s through 19s (plus a Doubling game board)
Why learn the number families? Knowing their fact families helps a lot as kids start to work on their subtraction facts. They know that 6+7=13, so 13-7 becomes easy! Below is a picture of the 12s Math Family:
- On the worksheet, students have to make 12: 0+12, 1+11, 2+9, 3+8, etc.
- There is a game board and number cards. Players take turns drawing a card (using the numbers 3 through 9 for this particular game) to make 12.
50+ page Addition and Subtraction Pet Pack: This packet includes 35+ pages of worksheets and a math game board with math fact cards.
Place Value Materials and Pirate Math Packet. This post also has a video that explains how we did our place value activities.
These packets are sold separately or you can purchase all of them together in our Addition Bundle:
includes 5 pdf files
1. the Pirate Pack which includes 65 pages of math activities
3. Pet Pack addition worksheets and games (50 pages)
5. Dragon Math Packet (Addition, Subtraction worksheets & games) 50 pages
(Click on the links above to go to the post for more details or scroll below for pictures.)
Addition Bundle (5 pdf files): Pirate Packet, Place Value Activities, Pet Pack and Math Fact Family Games and Worksheets
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You may also be interested in some of the Montessori-style 3-Part Cards We’ve made over the years. This is a good post to start with: Various Free Montessori 3-Part Cards