Look at the picture in this worksheet with your little ones. What are the objects piled up; can your kids identify what they are? The tires in this printout are stacked in different numbers. There are equations to the left side of the picture, and your kids need to find the stacks of tires that complete the number sentences. Help your kid figure out what the equation says, and then count the tire stacks and find which one fits the equation.
In this worksheet, there is a dog. This might get your kids excited, because who doesn’t love a cute and friendly dog? First, get your kids warmed up by asking them to point at the picture of the dog in the printout. Then, help them count all the blocks in each set. The aim is to stack blocks in a descending way, helping the little doggie get down. Check the set of blocks that will build the stairs down, after counting each block.
Slinkies are fun to play with, and your kids will have that opportunity in this colorful worksheet. The only way you can get your kids to become better with counting and mathematics reasoning is by constant practice, and exercises such as this one. Give your kids the extra help they need with this printout, and your own assistance. Help the slink down the stairs by selecting and checking the steps that are missing in the pile.
If your kids are learning how to subtract numbers in school now, or you simply wish to give them an upper hand in learning, use this mathematics worksheet to help them get some practice. First, warm up your child’s mind by asking them to identify the different kind of fish that are in the picture. Then, look at the equations given. Ask your kids to circle the number that completes the number sentences.
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