It’s a fun freebie “ebook” from your friends at Upper Elementary Snapshots

My friends and I decided to give our followers some “Tricks” and some “Treats” as we move into our fall planning.  We have put together a little ebook full of some wonderful teaching tips and freebies to help you out!
I have included an addition fact fluency game–perfect for students who need a little extra review or to use with an intervention group.  I even send copies of it home as replacement homework for students who need something at their level to replace the homework that I might give the rest of the class.  The game has two level as well–adding 2 numbers and adding 3 numbers.  Enjoy!
Super easy rules–all you need is dice.  Students work to build fluency and get lots of turns in a short period of time.  I laminate a few of these colored boards to have on hand for review stations, for intervention work, and to send home as alternative homework for students who might benefit more from this than our regular homework.

Use the black and white version if you want to have the students write directly on the sheet–also great for sending home for more practice!

Differentiated–using three dice is a great way to further deepen fluency.  Students look for the two numbers that “go together” the most easily and then add the third number.  
So click the image at the top of this post–or the cover below to grab YOUR free e-book from your friends at UES!