Lesson Plan : Addition Facts Numbers 2 through 5

**Teacher Name: **
| Mrs. Cardone |

**Grade:**
| Grade 2 |

**Subject:**
| Math |

**Topic: **
| Identification of addition facts for the sums five through 8. |

**Content: **
| Key Vocabulary: sums, turnaround facts, addition Students must understand the concept of addition as the joining of two groups. |

**Goals: **
| Students will be able to successfully show and write all the ways to make 5 through 9. Students will be able to answer questions and explain the process of finding sums. |

**Objectives:**
| Given a set of ten snap cubes, students will be able to work cooperatively to model and write addition facts for the sums of five through 9. |

**Materials:**
| snap cubes |

**Introduction:**
| Read the following math riddle: 3 ants arrive early to a part. An hour later, two more ants arrive. How many ants arrived at the party? |

**Development:**
| 1. Model the riddle using snap cubes.
2. Elicit: Can anyone come up with another way in which I can use the snap cubes to make 5?
3. Model and present the appropriate number sentence.
4. Model and complete the process for all of addition facts for 5. |

**Practice:**
| 1. Working cooperatively, students will use 2 colors of snap cubes to make 6 and 7. wb. pgs 47 & 48.
2. Guide students through the process for sums of 6.
3. Student pairs may complete addition facts for sums of seven independently. |

**Accommodations:**
| Work with students in small groups as needed.
Model frequently and post directions on chart paper. |

**Checking For Understanding:**
| Elicit: How many ways are their to make 6?
Why are there more ways to make greater sums? |

**Closure:**
| Look at the three charts. How are they alike and different? |

**Evaluation:**
| Math Journal: Students will explain how they found addition facts for sums of 8 in writing.
Assess students ability to work independently to correctly find sums for 8 and 9. |