Help your child check the correct number sentence for each array in this party-themed worksheet. This exercise will test your child’s mathematical skills, and their understanding of number sentences. First, you need to help your little ones count the objects in each array. Then, ask them if any of the options beside the array is the correct number sentence that represents the array. Help them check the appropriate boxes for each of the five different arrays.
With the help of this colorful worksheet, you can give your child some more lessons on how to properly identify and represent different arrays. Arrays can be represented in terms of rows or columns. For example, 3+3+3+3=12, and 4+4+4=12. In both cases, the sums are the same, but the first is represented in terms of rows, and the second in terms of columns. Let your child use this knowledge to answer the four questions in this simple pdf. Check the 2 correct equations for each array.
This simple worksheet will surely stimulate your students’ thinking, and further give them examples of how arrays can be represented. The instructions on this worksheet are simple and clear; find all the arrays that match the equation 4+4+4=12. That means that you must assist your students in counting each of the 6 different arrays, and discover which ones sum up to 12. Then, ask your students to check the correct answers.
Kids love sweets, and chocolates are probably their favorite sweets! How excited do your kids get when you mention chocolates? Although this worksheet is simply an exercise about chocolates, your kids will still be pretty excited to get to this task. In the printout, your child is expected to check the correct number sentences and the total that matches each chocolate bar. You can make this exercise all the more fun for your little ones by rewarding them with some chocolates at the end!
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