Who doesn’t love eggs? Eggs are delicious when eaten as breakfast with some ham or toast, and eggs are also essential for baking. Now, look at the picture in this worksheet. Can your kids identify the eggs in the picture? We need to add numbers to make 12 in this printout, and the eggs in the cartons will help your kids count. For each question, look at the picture to see how many more eggs are needed to make 12 and then check the box under the correct number.
When you use puzzles and bright colors to teach your preschoolers, you can be sure they will learn better. Combine learning with some fun with this colorful worksheet. Look at the picture here with your students, and ask them what they see. There are simple mathematical equations on the puzzle pieces, and one equation is missing on each. Help your kids solve the problems, and then circle the puzzle piece that will make the bottom puzzle piece numbers equal 12.
Using this worksheet to teach your kids some more maths and help them practice what they learn in school should not be too difficult. With the colorful images and simple equations, no doubt that your children will be more interested in learning. In this printout, there are four equations. Look at each one with your kids, and help them add up the numbers. Now, draw a line between the numbers that make 12.
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