Published at Friday, September 06th 2019. by Nathalie Perrot in addition worksheet.
Cue the trumpets! This step is the missing piece that allows kids to master the addition facts with understanding and not just rote memorization.
How visualizing helps
Use any board game. Have the markers advance as many steps as a die or dice show. The child will need to count the dots on the die or dice, and then count steps to move his marker.
Understand the concept of addition.
The addition facts are all of the sums from 1+1 up to 9+9. It’s essential that children master these 81 sums, because they’re the foundation for the rest of elementary arithmetic.
Show your students how to use the touch points with the laminated number lines. Have them practice every day — starting with one through five until they have these points memorized, and then they can learn six through nine.
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.
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