If you are working on helping your students memorize their addition doubles and doubles +1 math facts, this collection is just what you need!
Teach the strategy with our simple anchor chart, practice facts with the fun game and assess student mastery with the timed tests.
To help with mastery of the doubles + 1 facts make sure your students understand the reasoning and thinking behind the strategy. You can use this quick anchor chart reference to teach your students and display in your classroom. (Both color and black & white versions available in the download.)
In addition to all of our other math fact timed tests (link to those at the bottom), we have created these additional timed tests to help your students specifically learn their doubles and doubles + 1 facts.
There are three pages of each type of test (Doubles to 10, Doubles to 12, Doubles + 1 to 10, and Doubles + 1 to 12) so students can test next to each other and not have the exact same assessment.
Want an engaging game to help your students master their Doubles and Doubles + 1 math facts? Here are a few versions of a fun space themed game which is perfect for math fact practice center activities.
Prepare the games in ONE of the two following ways and place each game along with one dice cube and two game pieces in a large baggie.
There are two ways to prepare this game:
- Print and laminate game boards and both answer sheets (A & B) for each set of partners in your class. Students can use Vis-a-Vis markers to color the shapes on their answer pages and the pages can be used again and again. (These can easily be wiped off with a damp cloth.) OR
- Print and laminate the game boards ONLY and copy several black & white answer sheets. (Be sure to put them in stacks of A & B so partners each take a different sheet.) Students can color their shapes with crayons or markers. Once a game is over, they can take another page to color for a second game if time.
And here are the links to all of our other timed tests here: