If you teach a primary grade, you know how important it is for your students to master addition and subtraction facts. Fact fluency is a prerequisite for engaging with more complex math concepts in the later grades. We know it’s essential for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students to learn the addition and subtraction facts, but how do we go about making them stick? Gone are the days of pure rote memorization; now, students learn to utilize a variety of strategies for adding and subtracting. We teach them to count on, count back, make 10, decompose numbers, learn doubles and doubles plus one, use the relationship between addition and subtraction, and more! It can be a challenge to find fresh, kid-friendly ways to reinforce these strategies during your daily math block. The following list includes 9 completely FREE resources for teaching addition and subtraction fact fluency in your classroom! This list includes both digital and printable math activities that can be easily incorporated into your regular math instruction.