Use simple and colorful objects which your kids are familiar with to help them understand math better. Look at the picture with your students. Can they identify the objects in the picture? Now, help them count the common classroom objects, and then look at the equations in the center. Work out the equations with your students, and help them trace a line to the correct answer.
Math might not be your child’s favorite subject, what with all the numbers, and additions and subtraction involved. If you think that your child needs some help with their math, or you just want to help them brush up on their math solving skills, use this simple worksheet. First, ask your kids to identify the objects in the picture. Then, count them and help your kids circle the number that completes the number sentence.
With simple and colorful worksheet exercises such as this one, your little kids will be much better at math. Addition and subtraction of numbers might be something that your kids don’t particularly look forward to, especially as they advance as get equations with larger numbers. However, you can help them see the fun in math with exercises like this. Count the groups in the picture, and then circle all the ways to show 3+2.