Elementary Math 2 Doubles

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There are only 10 doubles facts. These facts are relatively easy to learn and become a powerful way to learn many other facts. Examples of double facts include: 5 + 5, 3 + 3, 6 + 6. Dice from board games are good visuals to use to help students remember their double facts.

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0+0

0+0 = 0

1+1

1+1 = 2

2+2

2+2 = 4

3+3

3+3 = 6

4+4

4+4 = 8

5+5

5+5 = 10

6+6

6+6 = 12

7+7

7+7 = 14

8+8

8+8 = 16

9+9

9+9 = 18