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October 3, 2011

Doubles Bingo

I haven’t posted in what seems like forever! All of you teachers who post more than once a week and are still fabulous teachers in their classroom are just SUPER TEACHERS! I don’t even have kids at home! Just a wonderful hubby. I applaud you all! 🙂

This week we are doing doubles addition. I must say, it feels weird to just begin addition with doubles. The person on our team who plans math does an absolutely amazing job!!
Today we watched this video about 5 times. I think I am STILL singing the song. Doubles Rap. It’s working, though. The kids were singing it, too. This video only goes up to 5+5, but there is another that goes up to 10+10.
Another teammate gave us these super cute doubles addition cards. (I want to share them with you all, but I want to get her permission first.) I’m not sure if she made them or if she got them from another teacher. We used the cards as we sang along to the song.
I made this doubles bingo game for my kiddos and will put it in my math stations.
You can get it HERE.
Just wanted to share a little bit of what’s going on in our classroom! 🙂

Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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