N1.9
Dice can also be used for writing subtraction facts. Have the students subtract the smaller number on the dice from the large number. The resulting subtraction statements can be recorded in the studentsâ€™ journals or recorded on a sheet.

N1.9 Demonstrate an understanding of addition of numbers with answers
to 20 and the corresponding subtraction facts,
concretely, pictorially, physically, and
symbolically by:

Key IdeaOutcomeVirtual ManipulativeSMARTBoardAdditional ResourcesN1.2Recognize, at a glance, and name familiar arrangements of 1 to 10 objects, dots, and pictures.

N1.3Demonstrate an understanding of Counting by:Using parts or equal groups to count sets

N1.3Demonstrate an understanding of counting by: using the counting on strategy

N1.4Represent and describe numbers symbolically

N1.6Estimate an amount by: using references or benchmarks

N1.8Identify the number, up to 20, that is one more, two more, one less, and two less than a

given number.

N1.9Dice can also be used for writing subtraction facts. Have the students subtract the smaller number on the dice from the large number. The resulting subtraction statements can be recorded in the studentsâ€™ journals or recorded on a sheet.

N1.9Demonstrate an understanding of addition of numbers with answersto 20 and the corresponding subtraction facts,

concretely, pictorially, physically, and

symbolically by:

N1.9Modeling addition and subtraction using a variety of concrete andvisual representations, and recording the process symbolically.

Key IdeaOutcomeVirtual ManipulativeSmartboardAdditional ResourcesKey IdeaOutcomeVirtual ManipulativeSmartboardAdditional ResourcesKey IdeaOutcomeVirtual ManipulativeSmartboardAdditional ResourcesKey IdeaExploring Activity or OutcomeVirtual ManipulativeSmartboardAdditional Resources