As your students learn more about equations and math, they will need all the help they can get to make their leaning process easier. If your students are not very excited to solve some math problems, you can use this worksheet to show them how easy and fun the subject can really be. In the tracing sheet, there are three different equations. Help your kids count and solve each one, and then trace a line to the correct answer.
Subtraction and addition in math is one of the first things your kids will have to deal with. Of course, they would rather play or watch some television, but you must help your kids understand the importance of math. By making the subject seem fun and enjoyable, you might get your kids more interested in learning. In this worksheet, there are three different equations. Help your children underline the number sentence that matches the picture.
Subitizing is the ability to instantly recognize how much of something there is without having to count. It’s an important skill for little learners to master to increase number sense. This worksheet takes subitizing just a step further with tasking your tiny mathematician with recognizing the number sentence 3-2=1. Simply look at the sets of counters with slashes to determine which depict the number sentence. Draw a line from the number sentence in the middle of the page to the correct images to complete this colorful page!
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