# 9 Free Resources for Addition and Subtraction Fact Fluency

1. Fact Fluency – Addition and Subtraction to 20 for Google Slides (TM)

These self-checking facts will help your students practice adding and subtracting within 20 and solving related addition and subtraction facts! You will need a free Google Apps (TM) account and a device to access these activities.

Two fact family sorts and a sorting mat will give your students practice with recognizing related addition and subtraction facts.

This distance learning activity is perfect for practicing the doubles facts. It’s available in both Google Slides (TM) and PowerPoint (TM) formats.

Doubles facts are really important, so here’s another fun activity to help your students remember them! This one is also available in both Google Slides (TM) and PowerPoint (TM) formats.

This hands-on center will have your students taking numbers apart using pictures. They’ll love the zoo-themed task cards, and it includes a printable record sheet!

Younger kiddos can practice adding zero with this detective-themed, hands-on center. It also includes a record sheet!

The “make ten” addition strategy can be a tough one for students to grasp. These printable worksheets make the concept explicit and easy-to-understand.

Save the campers from the volcano by counting back to subtract! This printable center includes 24 subtraction cards to practice counting back by 1, 2, and 3.

Review the partners of 5 with these printable cards. Laminate them and have students use dry erase markers for repeated use!

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Erika @ Little Owl’s Teacher Treats believes in creating warm, engaging classroom environments that are inclusive of all students. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Penn State University in 2008, and a Master of Arts in Mathematics Education, K-6 from Western Governors University in 2016. She also studied Reading Education at the graduate level at the University of Pittsburgh. Erika taught 5th grade for a year, but she found her true calling teaching first grade for eight years.