Published at Wednesday, 18 September 2019. 1st grade. By Bernadette Boyer.
Tailor your child’s addition fact practice to whatever works best for you and your child.
Aim for no more than 3 seconds per fact, and less if possible. But, it depends a lot on your child. Children who process information very quickly are quite capable of knowing each fact in less than 1 second, but children who are slower processors may always need a few seconds. You’re the parent and know your child best, so adjust your expectations to your individual child.
These factor tree worksheets are great for practicing finding all of the prime factors contained in a number. The Prime Factorization Trees Worksheets are great visual aids. These factor tree worksheets will generate 6 Prime Factorization Tree problems per worksheet.
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