Addition and Subtraction Fact Family

Fact families are a great visual for helping children see the connection between addition and subtraction.

Grab your set of ‘Write the Room: Fact Familyprintable below and add them to your math centers or morning work! Click on the picture below to grab your copy of this printable!


Addition and Subtraction Fact Family

Fact families are a fun way to allow learners to see the correlation between the different mathematical operations. Addition and subtraction and multiplication and division are operations that work in exactly the opposite way. Using fact families to show this relation, can help them to come to this understanding quicker.

Spring Themed Activities

This math printable is spring themed for some spring fun. You can use it as part of a spring unit or introduce it however, you find it suitable. For more spring themed math centers click here.


Prepping the Activity:

  • Print the pages in colour or black and white and laminate if desired. Cut apart the card along the dotted lines.
  • Print copies of the recording sheet and keep it at a math center.
  • Ask students to take the task cards and write down the fact family corresponding to the three numbers. 
  • Alternatively, this can be used as a ‘Write the Room’ Activity where the cards can be placed around the room, and students get up, walk around, find the cards, and write down the fact family.

This printable includes:

  • 12 task cards containing the numbers in colour and black and white
  • Recording Sheet
  • Answer Key. You can ask your learner to self check their answers, so you can correct them after they finish.

Grab Your Copy

Click on the picture below, and you will be taken to my TpT store, where you can purchase your copy of this printable. Enjoy! If you would like me to create a math printable in particular, do drop me an email at thechattykinder@gmail.com and I will do my best to assist you.

If you prefer to see a version using fact family houses rather than a recording sheet, do let me know, and I will prepare a printable. 🙂

 


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