Updated by maggieevans001 on Apr 02, 2017
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Number Ninjas

Here are some websites for my second graders develop their math skills. These websites will help them represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction.

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This is an Addition and Subtraction rap from Rock 'N Learn. The objective of this rap is for students to think it's catchy and want to sing along. It teaches them a few general rules when adding numbers and it's kid friendly.

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Math flashcards for addition and subtraction. This website is an audio of someone saying math problems and giving the students a few seconds to answer.

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Marble Math is a fun and educational activity for children learning addition. Audio helps children understand how to count and play the activity.

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Addition 1-10 Pizza Party Game | Game | Education.com

Kids practice concrete counting and simple addition at the pizza parlor. This is a fun website for them to learn addition without thinking to much about it.

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Adding Fish Game | Game | Education.com

Kids help Birdee and Cuz-Cuz count up all the fish they won in this addition game. I chose this game because it's another cool way to learn math and have fun doing it.

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Addition and Subtraction Classroom Display Set

Use the detailed illustrations and labels in this set to teach addition and subtraction concepts, develop and reinforce skills and enhance vocabulary development.

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Subtraction Flower Game | Game | Education.com

Kids help Penelope pick flowers, and learn simple subtraction along the way. This is a fun and creative way to develop subtraction skills.

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Pete The Cat and the Missing Cupcakes Children's Read Aloud Story Book For Kids By James Dean

A Read Out Loud Book: Pete the cat and the missing cupcake by Kimberly & James Dean. This will be a cool way for them to see subtraction. Listening to a read-aloud story of Pete the cat as he counts his cupcakes.

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Website at https://www.funbrain.com/math/index.html

Math baseball gives the students an option for addition and subtraction and what level they would prefer. This is a one player game.

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