Education Unboxed has posted some playful addition games for young learners. If your browser has as much trouble displaying Vimeo content as mine does, I’ve included the direct links:

Six is Having a Party! – Math Facts with Cuisenaire Rods

Addition/Subtraction Towers (Number Bonds)

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Thanks for showing a new a new way to represent fact families.The way you used the blocks and glass table made it interesting for the young child to interact and learn. area of improvement: Wish there were more activities like these on your site.Thanks for the ideas.

Hi, Melissa! I didn’t make these videos, I just borrowed them from an online friend. If you want more activities like this, visit the Education Unboxed website.

Awesome. Thanx Denise.

Thank you for putting it in video format

Great!

The videos are terrific! I am wondering whether it is possible to purchase a book with instruction and examples of how to teach cuisinaire rods to a preschool and grade one student. ALso finding out the math language used in teachingg it. I think your videos would be very helpful as well! ENjoed them very much. THANK YOU!

Hi, Shirley! Please check out the Education Unboxed website at the links above. You’ll find plenty of good information there.