Elementary Math 1a One-More-Than and Two-More-Than Facts

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This strategy is used for facts that have a 1 or a 2 as one of it’s addends (example: 8 + 2). Out of the 100 addition facts students will learn, 36 fall under the one-more-than and two-more-than facts. In these situations, students simply count up 1 or 2 from the greatest addend. This should be the only situation where students “count” to find their answer.

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1+0

1+0 = 1

1+1

1+1 = 2

1+2

1+2 = 3

1+3

1+3 = 4

1+4

1+4 = 5

1+5

1+5 = 6

1+6

1+6 = 7

1+7

1+7 = 8

1+8

1+8 = 9

1+9

1+9 = 10

2+0

2+0 = 2

2+1

2+1 = 3

2+2

2+2 = 4

2+3

2+3 = 5

2+4

2+4 = 6

2+5

2+5 = 7

2+6

2+6 = 8

2+7

2+7 = 9

2+8

2+8 = 10

2+9

2+9 = 11

0+1

0+1 = 1

2+1

2+1 = 3

3+1

3+1 = 4

4+1

4+1 = 5

5+1

5+1 = 6

6+1

6+1 = 7

7+1

7+1 = 8

8+1

8+1 = 9

9+1

9+1 = 10

0+2

0+2 = 2

1+2

1+2 = 3

3+2

3+2 = 5

4+2

4+2 = 6

5+2

5+2 = 7

6+2

6+2 = 8

7+2

7+2 = 9

8+2

8+2 = 10

9+2

9+2 = 11