Now that my students have somewhat "mastered" the art of addition and subtraction {mentally}, we have moved onto double-digits {without regrouping}! Wahoo! My second graders think they are so big now.

When I explained how easy it was to do double-digit addition/subtraction, they got so excited.

I could tell that they understood what I was saying and that they were feeling really smart.

To go along with what I have already taught my students, I will be putting these anchor charts up in our classroom to help reinforce the correct way to do 2-digit math. I can't wait to show these to them tomorrow!

{A good reminder for your students:

*You should start on the RIGHT if you want to get it RIGHT!*}Click here to get your own copy (I have also included posters that say 2-Digit)!

The darling Amy over at

*Step Into 2nd Grade With Mrs. Lemons*has some really great printables here and here. I have been using her worksheets in my classroom this week and my students really like them!How do you teach double-digit addition/subtraction?

THANK YOU! Using it today!

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ReplyDeleteUg, I sure hope you post regrouping ones sometime... my 4th graders are TERRIBLE at subtracting through 1,000's.. Probably too much for second graders?? Oh well, tooo cute!!

ReplyDeleteI liek to teach number bonds, i.e. 56 + 27= 6+7 and 50+20. the kids solve to have 13 and 70, which equals 83. SOOOO much easier than the traditional algorithim I was taught in school! And eventually it gets to be all mental math, too!

ReplyDeleteI love these. They are going on my math wall tomorrow.

ReplyDelete2B Honey Bunchlove it!!! We've done addition and just started subtraction today. We use pretzel rods and m&m's to make our 10's column and 1's column (mainly just because I don't have base 10 blocks... ha!)

ReplyDeleteI am wondering if you would be willing to make the chart again for me so that on the tens side it would say 30-10= 20 in the little box on the left (because really it is!)

ReplyDeleteThanks!

@ Sherry: That is a great idea! But for now, all freebies come as is! Thanks for understanding:)

ReplyDeleteLindsey, you always make the best printable--I adore this! What a fantastic visual reminder! I am printing right now and wanted to say a big thanks for sharing!!! :)

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Just beautiful!! Like everything else you do:)

ReplyDeleteLove these posters. Just wondering... are you planning to make 'with regrouping' ones in the future?

ReplyDeleteThanks for sharing!

Love those posters! Thanks for the shout-out :)

ReplyDeleteCan you make some anchor charts for double digit addition with regrouping?? Please!!! Pretty please!!

ReplyDeleteYou are so awesome. I am such a stalker. I love, love, love your "stuff".

ReplyDeleteI miss your posts :( I absolutely love your blog. I'm a first year teacher and I can't tell you how much you have helped me get started!

ReplyDeleteI have seen this anchor chart over and over on various boards I follow on Pinterest. We start this skill this week and I'll be using it with the kiddos. I made a freebie worksheet to go with it. I embeded the pin on my blog post so people know where to get the original anchor charts.

ReplyDeleteThanks so much.

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