Articles for tag: Gifts for College Students, Mathematics, Subtraction

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Accuracy and Automaticity in Mathematics

It’s important that students become fluent in addition and subtraction, as well as multiplication and division. There are several different techniques that can be used to help students acquire these skills. Before students can begin to work with higher mathematics they must first become accurate and automatic in addition and subtraction. When students learn basic ...

Karla News

Tips to Teach Children Basic Subtraction

After learning how to count and add, children will learn about basic subtraction. Suppose there are 4 blocks on a table. After taking the blocks from the table and putting them on the floor, there are 4 blocks on the floor. Now suppose while playing with the blocks, we put one block back on the ...

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Free Printable First Grade Math Worksheets

First grade can be a little overwhelming for a child as this may be the first time in their school career where they have to attend school all day. Math can also be a little overwhelming for a first grader but offering the additional support is easy by printing off the plethora of first grade ...

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Subtraction Math Games Make Math Fun

As any veteran elementary school teacher will tell you, learning subtraction facts is not at the top of a child’s list of fun things to do after a relaxing summer. It takes Mary Poppins and her spoonful of sugar to get children to want to practice subtraction facts. Imaginative and creative teachers continually seek out ...

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Free Printable St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets

St. Patrick’s Day is full of wonders for kids, from leprechauns to pots of gold! A great way for kids to learn about St. Patrick’s Day is through worksheets. You can hang the completed worksheets on your walls to show your kids how proud you are of their work. Following are some St. Patrick’s Day ...

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Teaching Math: Subtracting Integers

Integers are the whole numbers and their opposites (…-2, -1, 0, 1, 2…). Students, particularly in middle school, will be learning to subtract these positive and negative numbers. As a long time middle school math teacher, I know that this math lesson isn’t easy for these kids. I believe, however, that when a little rhyme, ...