Published at Tuesday, September 17th 2019. by Leala Gautier in 1st grade.
These Math Flash Cards are great for classroom practice on simple subtraction problems. You may select which number is used for the set to be produced. Each set will produce all of the subtraction problems from either 0 through 9 or 0 through 12. These Math Flash Cards are appropriate for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and 2nd Grade.
These fractions worksheets are great for testing children for converting between Fractions and Decimals. You may select 3 or 4 digit to the right of the decimal. These worksheets will create twenty problems per page.
Most preschool and kindergarten children are in what Piaget described as the operational stage of cognitive development. Letters and numerals typically mean little to the three- to six-year-olds in this stage. These children use concrete rather than abstract symbols to represent objects and ideas (Bodrova & Leong, 1996). Through pretending, children develop the ability mentally to represent the world (Bredekamp, 1987; Stone, 1995). Reading requires a child to look at symbols or representations (i.e., letters and words) and extract meaning from them. A play-based curriculum offers children opportunities throughout the day to develop the ability to think abstractly by experiencing real objects using their senses (Bredekamp, 1987; Kostelnik, Soderman, & Whiren, 1993). Blocks can represent an airplane or a train. High heels can transform a preschooler into a mother or princess. Blocks and high heels are three dimensional, tangible objects. Sufficient practice using concrete objects as symbols is a necessary prerequisite to the use and comprehension of print (Stone, 1995).
At the small motor activities table there may be sandpaper letters to feel and puzzles to complete. Creative activities may include squirting shaving cream onto the table and having children make designs and write their names. And always there are many books to explore, examine, wonder about, listen to, and love as they are read aloud. In these ways, children learn that reading and writing are useful skills, not simply tedious activities adults invent to make school boring. It takes a lot of experience with words and print for children to understand why it is good to be able to read.
Further, research backs up the effectiveness of goal setting, both for the children themselves and for schools and systems overall (O’Neill, 2000). When teachers practice good goal setting, the benefits for their students are two-fold: These mixed problems worksheets may be configured for adding and subtracting 2, 3, and 4 digit problems in a vertical format. For the subtraction problems you may select some regrouping, no regrouping, all regrouping, or subtraction across zero. You may select up to 30 mixed problems per worksheet.
These multiplication worksheets help teach multiplication by learning how to draw and determine the size of arrays based off a given word problem. The student will be given a word problem in which they must draw an array and write a multiplication equation to describe and solve the word problem. You may select the range of rows and columns used for the arrays. These multiplication worksheets are appropriate for 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade.
These percent worksheets are great for practicing converting between percents, decimals, and fractions. You may select six different types of percentage conversion problems with three different types of numbers to convert. These percent worksheets will produce 30 or 36 problems per worksheet depending on your selection.
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