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Videos
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Kids Academy has created a new educational video how to learn addition. Little inquisitive minds will learn basic addition and how to add numbers up to 20. Fun addition for preschool and kindergarten. Octopus Ramiro wants to make a birthday present for his friend and thinks that it should be a seashell necklace. Kids help Ramiro find and add seashells to make a perfect present. Check our website https://www.kidsacademy.mobi for a wide range of educational activities for kids aged 2 and up!
Let’s get down to math and start with Number Zero Video by Kids Academy. Is it not that easy to learn number ‘Zero’ and it takes time and effort to explain the concept to young learners. Educators at Kids Academy suggest learning numbers with the help of everyday objects and notions clear to kids. All you have to do is let your kids watch the video and ask them how many snowflakes we have got left after the sun has melted them all down or how many raindrops there are in the air when the rain is over. ‘Zero!’ will be the happy loud shout from the crowd. Isn’t it what you are aiming at? Nothing else can be more inspiring and fruitful then learning kids aged five and under with Kids Academy as we offer only best educational materials for your precious ones! For more exciting and entertaining videos and hands-on printable activities for go to kidsacademy.mobi.
This video teaches fact families for 1st grade in a fun and easy way with the concept illustrated and explained simply so that young learners can understand. In the video we see an arctic, snowy scene with dog sled dogs and a man dressed in a warm coat. The video uses the arctic theme to demonstrate fact families. The character of the man shows the relationship between numbers adding up to less than 10, using visuals such as ropes for the dogs, fish snacks for the dogs and seals. For example, the video pictures a group of 2 seals and a group of 6 seals.
Worksheets
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When it comes to elementary math skills, kids need a lot of practice and repetition to build their skills and their confidence. If you’re looking for a fun way to offer more math practice, your child will score a slam dunk with this basketball addition worksheet! This worksheet is designed to:  • Work your child’s addition skills with one to two digit problems • Engage your child with a favorite sport theme Math should be fun for kids, using favorite activities as an important theme to inspire motivation and interest. Get your sports fan ready for math success with this fantastically fun addition worksheet!
Every kid knows that when a boomerang returns after it is thrown, reversing its path in the air. Likewise, the commutative property of addition means that one can reverse the order of a number equation, and the sum would still come out to be the same. Use this clever worksheet to match colorful boomerangs that contain number equations with the same sum. Look through each column and use the commutative property to find the matching pairs!
If you’re looking for yet another strategy to teach your child to subtract, this Count Back to Subtract worksheet features a number line to offer your child a meaningful visual way to master subtraction! Simply use the number line to count back to help your child gain a deeper understanding of subtraction!
Your students must sharpen their mathematics and reasoning skills in order to progress in school. This simple worksheet will test how smart your students are, and how good they are with solving fact families’ problems. In the picture, there are 4 houses, each one with its own group of fact family on its body. Some of these fact families are correct, and some are wrong. Help your students figure out which fact families are correct, and circle the box next to them.
How good are your students now with adding and subtracting numbers correctly? You can use this worksheet to further engage their minds, and sharpen their reasoning skills. In this simple exercise, your students’ task is simply to find the missing numbers in the fact families. Help them figure out the missing numbers, then circle the number that correctly completes the fact family pairs in this printout.
Kids need a variety of ways to practice math skills and concepts. If your child needs more practice with addition and subtraction up to 20, this frighteningly fun worksheet is the perfect tool to help your child do just that and more, as your child works to complete problems using fact families! This worksheet offers your child:  • Exposure to important math vocabulary • Practice solving problems in a different way  Repetition is important to learning, but when kids learn only one way to solve problems, their learning can be limited. This worksheet will give your child another way to solve problems, and teach your child to understand math at a deeper level!
Now that your little mathematician has learned about the important concept behind the identity property of addition, it’s time to put their knowledge to practice! Blast off into outer space with this adorable worksheet from Kids Academy that tasks children with adding by zero. Not only will early learners find the total sum, but they will also solve for the missing number in an equation, giving them valuable pre-algebraic practice!