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Split Strategy Interactive PowerPoint

PowerPoint | 11 pages|Grades: 2 - 3

An 11-slide teaching presentation that focuses on the split strategy.

This interactive PowerPoint contains visual representations of the split strategy process. There are 2 completed step-by-step examples to present to the class, and multiple examples to work through in a guided context.

Use the pen tool in Slide Show mode to fill in the blank circles and model how to ‘split’ the numbers into their place value for easier mental addition.

Easily edit the teaching presentation by duplicating slides and altering the numbers used in the examples.

This presentation contains links to the following teaching resources:

  Common Core Curriculum alignment

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