This week I am sharing with you addition tables I created in PowerPoint that you can use with your students to help them with their addition facts. The way it works is you match up the blue colored squares to where they intersect each other. For example, 2 + 2 = 4. If you line up the 2 from the top blue area with the 2 on the left blue area, the answer will intersect each other at 4. Simply click on the picture below to download the free PowerPoint.
Here is the 4 cut addition tables that you can download and print out. Once you print them out, you will need to cut them out four to a sheet, then laminate them and let your students practice their addition tables. Simply click on the picture below to download.
Here is the newest addition game in Excel. You will get a message when you download this game to enable macros. Look at the picture below.
Once you click on options you will see the following picture below. Follow the steps to Enable Macros.
This is a code that will let you color all the cells back to yellow when you have filled the table up with blue squares. Remember if you get the answer correct the cell will turn blue. If the anwer is incorrect, it will turn red. Simply click on the picture below to download the game.
Hope you enjoy these free addition resources for your students. I am getting a lot of requests on how to find some of my most popular blogs. Next week, I will have a tutorial on how to search the site and I will have a year end review of all 57 articles I have published since November of 2009. See you next week.