To add is one of the first things children are taught at a young age. It is essential in all walks of life. To know that 2+2 is 4 and 1+1 makes 2 is essential as it is upon this that children build the skills necessary to do things ranging from simple mathematical sums to life-altering financial calculations. The following worksheets consist of basic exercises to test one’s understanding of the process of addition by using counters.
Counters are a wonderful resource that can be used in mathematics in a number of ways. It can be used to show patterns, model our thinking, or keep track of moves. These are small objects that kids can count to solve problems. Counters are helpful in teaching children basic math skills such as counting and sorting. It can also be used to teach them basic arithmetic functions such as addition and subtraction. The use of counters promotes participation and keeps them engaged. Once children have mastered counting and identifying numbers, one can use counters to teach skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Rainbow Addition Practice Worksheets
The task at hand is simple. In the middle of the rainbows is a number. Children have to use counters to investigate different ways to make the number. They have two write the numbers in the box given on either side. In the following worksheet, children have to use counters to investigate different ways to make 20.
These exercises will help children build the foundational skill of addition that is essential to excel in both academics and all walks of day-to-day life. Download the worksheet and introduce it to your student’s curriculum for best results. Browse for similar worksheets on our website to enrich your child’s process of learning!