Published at Wednesday, September 04th 2019. by Delit Bonnet in addition worksheet.
No matter how old your child, try to keep practice time relaxed and positive. Timed tests and drills aren’t necessary unless your child thrives on time pressure and finds it satisfying to beat the clock.
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.
All of these methods are helpful to a point—but the problem is that families usually use them too soon.
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.
To count by rote at least to 20, but preferably a little beyond.
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Also have your child practice writing numbers on paper.
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