If you have just introduced your students to addition and subtraction in school, then you will find this worksheet incredibly helpful. Before your students will go on to solving algebra and other complicated mathematical problems, they will first need to master simple equations such as this one. In this printout, there is a birthday cake in the centre with the number 18 on it. Help your kids solve the simple problems, and then draw a line from the cake to all the ways of making 18.
Scuba diving is a fun and exciting sport. People who scuba dive wear the special gear for the activity and then dive into the ocean to see the magnificent undersea world. In this picture, the person is scuba diving and has seen a lot of fish. Point at the fish and the scuba gear for your kids to see. Then, help them count the two groups of scuba gear below each triangle, and then draw a line between the two numbers that make 18.
Using puzzles and bright colors to teach your preschoolers is one of the surest and best ways they can learn. 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 16.
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