One of the things I struggled to find last year was two digit addition and subtraction with regrouping. Once my little 2nd graders mastered single digit addition and subtraction, there wasn’t much that our curriculum offered. So I found myself scouring the internet trying to find a good collection of math worksheets to practice this very skill. (In fact, this is why we’re looking for a new curriculum. Ours is out of date and too easy for the learning standards.)
So, I created my own math fact fluency pack with two digit addition and subtraction with regrouping (carrying and borrowing). This pack has adorable unicorns and hearts perfect for February! I created it because I needed a fun and easy way to practice math fact fluency with my students.
My goal was to create a resource that was print and go! Don’t get me wrong, I love games! But, the versatility of this is what makes it so great. Pick and choose which pages you want to do, print, and you’re all set!
You get two digit addition and subtraction facts for adding:
- 2 two digit numbers together (2 pages)
- 3 two digit numbers (1 page)
- 4 two digit numbers (1 page) and
- Subtracting 2 two digit numbers (2 pages)
Ways to use this Resource
All of these are ways I have used math fact worksheets in my classroom:
- Time students for several minutes to see how many problems they can do, and use to inform instruction
- Record how many problems they complete during the time given, create goals with each student, and track progress
- Or they can complete it as a math center, during morning work, or as an early finisher activity
This math fluency pack is a great way to differentiate instruction for your little learners too.
I want it! Now what?!
You can find this resource here OR even better, do you want this Math Fluency Pack, along with other FREE resources? Just fill in your name and email address at the bottom of this page to receive access to my library of teaching resources.
Any other recommendations for math curriculum you use at your school? I would love to hear what you like about your curriculum and what you would do away with. Let me know in the comments below!