Published at Friday, 06 September 2019. addition worksheet. By Nathalie Perrot.
And if you’d like an open-and-go, all-in-one resource that guides you step-by-step, check out my book: Addition Facts That Stick. It provides detailed lesson plans, fun games, and simple worksheets for every step of the process, so that you can teach your child addition facts that truly stick.
The best way to do this is by making a laminated number line for each of your students. This number line would list the numbers one through nine with the touch points clearly marked on each numeral. (You can find the touch points on the home page or about us page on the website). You can also purchase materials from the website, and many are downloadable, so you can use them immediately in your classroom or with your students.
When first beginning with this math program, it is best to start with problems using numerals one through five, so students can become comfortable with the process. The sample worksheets on the website shows you how to add one to numerals one through four using the touch points. Once students understand how to add one, then you can go on to two and so on.
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