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Basic Subtraction Lesson Plan: Fun With Fact Families

Submitted by: Rachel Zindler

In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K through 3, students use BrainPOP Jr. resources to learn how to use a variety of strategies to subtract small numbers. They will also learn about fact families while working collaboratively in independent groups.

Students will:

  1. Learn how to use a variety of strategies to subtract small numbers
  2. Learn about fact families
  3. Work collaboratively in independent groups

Materials:

  • Computers (enough for at least 1/4 the class to work in pairs on computers at the same time).
  • Class set of copies of the following pages from the Basic Subtraction Movie: Activity sheets, Game Sheet and spinners, Write About it, Print Notebook, and Easy and Hard Quizzes.
  • Interactive whiteboard or chart paper for the “Talk about it” web.

Vocabulary:

subtract; difference; fact family; number line; – (minus sign). Note – all included in Word Wall from Basic Subtraction movie.

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