Holidays are stressful. Not bad stressful, but stressful none the less. I don’t know about you, but when I feel stressed, nothing gets done. And that’s all fine and dandy unless you’re responsible for teaching children! A few off days are okay but I cannot just ditch the entire month of December. We’ve discussed Christmas school but my other trick is to keep activities handy that require very little to no prep work. Like no prep worksheets. I always have these handy. They’re so great for a 5-10 minute break.
And I need a lot of 5-10 minute breaks this month. The constant running around is exhausting!
If you’d to keep up to date on printables and other no prep addition packs, the newsletter it the place to be:
We use no prep work when I need a distraction. I might just need 5 minutes to myself or 5 minutes to work with another child. Whatever it is, no prep worksheets often play a big part. I can print them out, hand them off, and we’re good to go! Even if I don’t have a plan in place, the pages are always right there when I need them. And with a good selection of difficulty levels, I can use the addition pack with both Logi-Bear (beginning addition) and Royal (more advanced addition)
This set has 20 different activities (duplicates of some pages brings the total page count to 28!). There are all kinds of ways to practice addition including base 10, number lines, ten frame, and just basic addition!
This page is all about subtracting 10 or adding 10 to the number. The number in the middle is the main number. To the left, input the number that is 10 less. To the right, the number that is less more. It’s a great visual and ties in to the hundreds chart.
Simple addition page! Spin the spinner and write the number in the first addend slot. Add the two numbers together! Very simple and straightforward page, but the addition of the spinner makes it a lot more fun.