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Virtual Lesson Example: Addition Fact Strategies

  • Topics

    Distance Learning > How to Provide Distance Learning, Distance Learning > Instructional Resources
  • Age Group

    Elementary, High School, Middle School

  • Audience

    Local Education Agency

  • Content Area


  • Author

    National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII)

These resources were created by Patricia Maxwell from Coventry Public Schools in Rhode Island to help with virtual mathematics instruction and intervention. The long-term goal is for students to fluently and automatically know addition facts. Manipulatives, including fingers, help students to be accurate, which is a precursor of fluency and automaticity. To meet this goal, students use manipulatives and learn strategies on how to put together numbers, which improves their “number sense.” The handouts below cover the use of ten frames, number lines, and rekenreks. Example videos are linked in the resource.

December 2020