## Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Addition Fluency: Adding with 0, 1, 2 - Section 2: Whole Group Interaction

Children's literature can be connected to every subject area and used to introduce many concepts. This book not only assist in teaching the concept of adding/subtracting with zero, but it builds a foundation of knowledge students can use in later CCSS for division and multiplication. Check the resource section and watch the video narrative. It shares my students favorite comment which gave me great insight to her thinking.

Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Building concepts

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## Big Idea: No solving required! Children who understand why a number remains the same when added to zero will not need to memorize each combination individually. Also, fluency can increase by practicing adding 1 or 2 to a number.

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### Jennifer Moon

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