Sweet Summer Linky: Doubles Powerpoint Creation

I am linking up with 24/7 Teacher to share my latest summer creation that I plan on using this fall with my 2nd graders. It is a very FUN and interactive Powerpoint that introduces and teaches all addition doubles facts up to ten. Here are some pictures of the slides:

 The visual images that go along with each fact truly help the children remember the CORRECT answers. I have these posters hanging up in my classroom all year. They are for sale at my TpT store which you can grab HERE. In this Powerpoint I embedded a few videos that are HILARIOUS. Check them out:
This video goes hand in hand with the Double Rap slide:
This Powerpoint is for sale at my TpT store which you can check out HERE.

Check out what some other bloggers have created this summer:


  1. This is genuine gold! Resources to help with fact fluency are extremely valuable! Thank you so much for taking the time to post everything! I really appreciate it!!!

    The teachers in the video did a great job! They all stayed in character! Funny!!! "Know what I mean!"--- my fav part.

    Do you happen to be one of the teachers in the video?

    24/7 Teacher: Amy Harrod

  2. Hey Amy! I WISH I was one of the teachers in the video but I just happened to stumble upon this on Youtube. They did such a great job and I think the kids will think it is hilarious :) Thanks for hosting the linky!

  3. Love this PowerPoint. I'm sharing with the lower grades teachers. They really need to get this one. http://mrsbrownthebookworm.blogspot.com/

  4. Awesome! I hope they can use it :) Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Hi,
    I love your rap. We made up one for doubles this year also! I'm a member of the Teaching Blog Circle. I'm holding my first contest. Please check out if you have time. Cool prizes! I'm linking up on your side bar and following on bloglovin.
    I Dream of First Grade

    1. Thanks for stopping by Sarah! I am making my way over to your blog right now :)

  6. Thanks for posting! I also love to do something like this. I only do it in the form of presentations and use the huge amount of different templates, such as those http://charts.poweredtemplate.com/powerpoint-diagrams-charts/data-driven-diagrams-charts/0/index.html