Published at Friday, September 06th 2019. by Sydnee Leblanc in addition worksheet.
A Math Fact is a math problem that a child needs to “just know”. For example, 5+8 is an Addition Math Fact, and 9-4 is a Subtraction Math Fact. Children need a lot of practice with Math Facts so that they can progress from using various counting strategies through to the desired end result of having instant recall and mastery of basic Addition and Subtraction Math Facts.
How visualizing helps
Educators and Cognitive Psychologists agree that the “ability to recall basic math facts fluently is necessary for students to attain higher-order math skills”.
Also have your child practice writing numbers on paper.
To see if you think Touch Math addition will benefit you and your students, you can download free worksheets for addition practice from the website, depending on what grade level you are working with.
Why visualizing is so important
But, teaching the addition facts doesn’t have to be like this. In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know to teach your child the addition facts—without killing your kid’s love of math or wanting to poke your eyeballs out in the process.
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