Published at Friday, 06 September 2019. addition worksheet. By Chanelle Herve.
Play with marbles or blocks or similar objects. You take some objects, and ask the child to take for himself as many as you have AND ONE more. Then it’s the child’s turn to take some, and you need to take the same amount plus one more. Reverse the game later to do ONE LESS.
Have you tried all of these methods to teach your child the addition facts…but found that the addition facts go straight into your child’s short-term memory and straight out again?
Tailor your child’s addition fact practice to whatever works best for you and your child. Many children thrive on a mix of games and worksheets. Games make mastering the addition facts fun and interactive. Plus, they also give you a chance to monitor how well your child is using the strategy (and fix any mistakes before they become ingrained.) Worksheets are a great complement to games, because they give your child the written practice that she needs to be able to use the facts fluently in her written schoolwork.
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