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Looking for a maths resource that ticks all your boxes? Look no further!


Teaching is hard enough, without spending hours putting together differentiated lesson plans and activities. Not to mention, the time spent thinking about what your early finishers can do, what assessment points to consider or for games that consolidate previous skills! With this 'Grab and Go: Addition' unit, everything is done for you.


Want to grab the  HUGELY discounted bundle and get access to hundreds of lessons? Find my Grab and Go Math Unit Bundle here!


What's included?

130+ Pages of Lesson Plans and Activities

  • 26 Sequenced lesson plans (or use out of order!).

  • Learning intentions.

  • Resource list.

  • Warm-ups, lesson steps and conclusion.

  • Suggested early finisher printable game or 'low-prep' option.

  • 100 pages of activities with three levels of differentiation.

  • Observation points and optional assessment 'check-in' strips throughout.


450+ PowerPoint Slides

  • Broken into 26 lessons.

  • Includes all lesson content like warm-ups, strategy explanations, practise slides and conclusions.

  • Early finisher 'low-prep game' suggestion.

  • Hyperlinked contents.

  • Editable features like moveable counters and linking cubes.*

  • Editable slide templates (if you want to add in your own content).


20+ Printable Games

  • Over 100 pages.

  • Printable covers with simplified instructions and resource list.

  • Games aligned to lesson content.

  • All games use common resources (like dice). Any spinners are provided in a printable format.


Strategies covered (detailed lesson outline in preview).

  • Exploring and using addition symbols.

  • Representing addition problems with drawings and symbols.

  • Friends of 10.

  • Friends of 20.

  • Doubles / Doubles + 1.

  • Counting on strategy.

  • Using a think board.

  • Turn around facts.

  • Addition on a number line.

  • Part-Part-Whole.

  • Decomposing and composing numbers.

  • Addition word problems.

Note: This unit targets addition strategies for students working on adding to 10 (Level 1), 20 (Level 2) and 30 (Level 3), with further differentiation suggestions provided.


This resource is perfect for teachers who...

  • Would love a roadmap for delivering quality maths instruction.

  • Are changing year levels and don't know where to start.

  • Never want to worry about writing or missing relief notes!

  • ...want to cater for multiple needs in their class!



*Editable features must be edited out of slideshow mode (easy steps included).

This resource is created by an Australian educator, so is based around the Australian Curriculum. However, thousands of educators all over the world have found my resources to be easily adaptable to their classrooms!


Addition Math Unit: Just Grab and Go! | Lesson Plans, PowerPoints & Activities

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