Who Says Preschool Math Can’t be Enjoyable?
The easiest way to capture a student’s attention while teaching them about numbers 1 to 10 is to make the experience fun and creative. When kids start to view pre-school math as dull and boring, it makes it that much harder to grasp the idea and absorb the knowledge.
This is where the “Preschool Math: All About Numbers” worksheets can be of immense help – take a look:
Interactive format allows kids to recognize digits without confusion.
Coloring always appeals to children, which is why the combination math and coloring is bound to pique their interest – right at the top they have to color a certain number and a square corresponding to the same digit.
A tally exercise is included to check if they have been able to learn counting. As we progress to the greater numbers like 5, 6, and so on, it becomes crucial to ensure that the idea has taken root in their young minds.
It is necessary to teach them from early on about numbers using both words and figures – the first part involves writing them correctly and then circling the right word – at school they will be given frequent exercises regarding this concept.
Before moving on to complicated math in higher classes, it is important to get the basics right – both addition and subtraction is included for this purpose.
Children show particular affinity towards bright, vibrant shades – ample use of vivid color and cute drawings have been used in the grouping section, where they have to draw a circle around the bundle that represents a number.
The complete set comprises 10 sheets specifically designed to help children thoroughly understand the digits 1 to 10. This Ten Frame Introduction exercise is a mixture of simple and slightly difficult parts both meant to subtly encourage the student to be well-versed in preschool math.