# Math Fact House: Addition & Subtraction

There are so many skills you need to learn with math. And one of those is working on math facts. Kids have so many things to learn but one idea of several sets of equations belong to the same math facts is one of them.

It is a simple idea that can be hard to learn. And this free math fact house for addition and subtraction work on that. It is an easy way to show kids all the math facts for a set of numbers.

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I made the math fact house printables to have fun with our learning math. There are several colors to pick from: blue, red, green, yellow, purple, orange, grey/light blue and white. I like the idea of lots of different colors because kids don’t always like the same color. Plus you can use them all in a mix of different groups.

You can see that each page has a simple set of equations for kids to work on. This is an example of one of the math fact pages.

This is an example of a math fact switch house. That means the equations is on the other side. Your kids might need to know this can happen. And this page gives them a way to practice that!

## How to use the Addition & Subtraction Math Face Houses

One simple way is to just have them around. I always keep a copy of the math fact houses in our math binder. It has all the math helps that I’m made and makes an easy place to find it.

I love giving kids addition flashcards on rings to use with these math fact houses. They get to see the two numbers and figure out the third. Then they can fill in the rest of the math fact house. It is simple and easy to do. We used dry erase markers on the laminated math fact house.

Another fun way to work on math facts is with links. You can make several chains of links and have them do the math facts.

If you have 2 ten sided dice you can have kids roll the dice and do the math fact. They play the dice up top and make the equations below.

You can also use the dice in dice to get your numbers! This is fun and easy to do. Plus it changes up how the kids learn their math facts.

One last way you can use these is with the tiles from the ThinkFun Zingo 1-2-3 Number Bingo Game. They get random numbers and do the math face for the numbers that come out.

## What you will find in these pritnables

• 8 pages of Printables
• 8 Switch Fact Houses
• 8 color options to pick from for both sets
• House for addition and subtraction

Things we plan on using with this Math Fact House Printables:

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Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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### 25 Responses to Math Fact House: Addition & Subtraction

1. I don’t know how you keep coming up with so many great free printables, Cassie … but I’m very grateful that you do! Thanks so much for sharing your free math fact house printable! I featured it as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and on Pinterest. 🙂

• Cassie says:

Well I just keep getting ideas and make them. 🙂

2. I love this one! Pinning. Thanks, Cassie!

3. Jamie says:

Thanks for sharing these. I am so appreciative of you sharing your ideas to help in teaching my kids.
I am laminating one on cardstock and then just using a dry erase marker to change up the numbers.

4. jackie m says:

OK, not being a mom and kinda clueless, how do you use these? I am babysitting a brother (1st grade) and sister (kinder) after school and mom has asked me to help them with numbers and letters. This looks like fun, but I can’t quite figure out how to use them. I have links, number tiles, and magnetic numbers to work with.

• Cassie says:

I have a post about how to use this coming on Saturday. But you take numbers to put in the bottom on the triangle: Example 2 & 4 The Top number would be 6. It would fill out like this: 2 + 4=6, 4+2=6, 6-2=4, 6-4=2.

5. Brooke says:

This is a fun way to find addition fact families. Thanks so much for sharing.
Brooke
Tales from a Fourth Grade MathNut

6. Jill says:

This is a nifty idea and a great math resource. Thank you for linking up this week to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop 🙂

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8. Renae says:

Cassie, these are great! I’m including this activity and one photo in a round up of addition activities I’m putting together. Thank you so much for sharing all you do!

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