TEACHING & LEARNING SUBTRACTION is NOT busy work or mindless drill and kill or throwing out a bunch of numbers and leaving you to figure it out.
This workbook contains REAL WORK which produces REAL LEARNING!
We give you the tools necessary to bridge the gap between the abstract concept of regrouping and the concrete sum of subtracting two numbers.
For a few pennies a page you get reproducible student worksheets, a Teacher’s Guide with Direct Instructions, Answer Keys that demonstrate Step-by-Step Directions, Pre&Post-Tests, and Blank Templates.
Subtraction is part of our everyday lives. We use subtraction when dealing with money, time, measurement, travel and an endless variety of activities we experience daily.
TEACHING & LEARNING SUBTRACTION workbooks are filled with unique learning strategies and a detail guide for how to teach subtraction to all students. It is perfect for so many different learning environments—including, but not limited to, elementary, middle school/junior high and high school gen. ed. math classes; resource rooms, special education and ESOL/ESL classes; home-school and adult education.
In subtraction you start with a larger number and take some away. To do this, you either have to count backwards or start with the smaller number and count up. In many instances, this requires steps that can be applied mentally or manually. The bigger the number, the more steps required. Some students struggle to either fully understand or remember the necessary steps for manual subtraction. Just as there are different learning styles, there are many different teaching strategies. It is essential to find what works best for your students to maximize their learning potential.
If utilized correctly, TEACHING & LEARNING SUBTRACTION curriculum will help students build a solid foundation for understanding the concept of subtraction and how it relates to other mathematical concepts and to their everyday lives, thereby increasing the potential for future academic success.