Subtraction is a math tool to calculate what is remaining with us after taking away something or some number from another thing or number. There are many strategies to teach the basic skills of subtraction to primary school students.
However, one trick that works for one student may not work for the other in the same classroom. Therefore, students need extra exercises or activities that explain the concept in an easy and fun way.
Here are our interactive worksheets that boost the prior knowledge of subtraction skills of all primary school children. In addition, these handouts make sure that the students have good practice of concepts. And also solve a variety of subtraction problems.
Video to Boost Basic Subtraction Skills (Level 1)
The difference, minus, taking away, lesser, and fewer are mandatory for exploring basic subtraction skills. So, build the understanding skills by introducing our short video demonstration. Besides, you can also find practice handouts as extra help to check their basic knowledge of the concept.
Here is the two-page worksheet, where one page is for practice problems plus the other is for Answer, Find, and Shade color activity.
Video Demonstration to Relate Multiplication and Addition
The addition is all about putting everything together, where multiplication refers to the repeated addition process. Forex: if you want to add 4 to five times, you can use multiplication and find the answer. Therefore, 4 x 5 =20.
Students explore this video with an entertaining music tune, which makes them excited to learn addition and multiplication facts. This video explains clearly how repeated addition turns into multiplication using visual pictures.
The video that practices Addition and Subtraction with Decimals
To perform addition or subtraction with decimals, first, you need to line up the decimal points in a column. Later, you can follow the same rules of performing addition and subtraction with whole numbers.
Find various questions that introduce you to the best strategies to learn subtraction and addition facts with decimals. Apart from an interactive video, you can also find additional resources like practice worksheets to figure out the basic math operation skills.
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Fraction Introduction Video
The smaller portions of a whole thing or parts of a number refer to fractions. Writing a part of a number in the form of fractions is intimidating for primary students. Therefore, check out this interactive video that uses picture examples to explain to students how fractions work. Also, students can find different levels of practice handouts as extra help to understand the concept.
Video to Practice Addition of Mixed Numbers (All Levels)
Mixed numbers are the result of the addition of a whole number to a fractional number. This attention-grabbing video comes up with examples that explain three different ways of adding mixed numbers. These thought-provoking examples provide the best chances to understand the concept logically.
Video on Estimation Problems
Estimation is another significant math concept that defines the nearest value of correct answers from a group of possible answers. This short duration video makes it interesting to learn about estimation methods to find well-matched solutions to math problems. The children of grades 3 to 6 can grab these practice handouts to master solving rounding off, estimation, and sampling problems. Besides, they will also learn how to relate these math concepts to their everyday life activities.
Measurement Worksheets to Explain Distance and Length (USA Customary System of Measurement Video)
Distance and length are almost seemed alike by definition! Distance is the movement of an object from one point to another point. On the other hand, length defines the extended size of an object concerning its longest side.
Grab the interacting video that explains the importance of measurement math concepts to students using fun examples. This visual demonstration even covers the USA Customary System of Measurement.
Video and Worksheets to Introduce Area
The area is the inside region of any two and three-dimensional shape. The video demonstration consists of a few exercises that make students motivated and excited to learn the concept. In addition, students also learn how length and breadth measurements help calculate the total area of a shape.
The prior knowledge of the estimation and diameter of a circle is helpful to simplify the area problem without using the formula.
Introduce Coordinates to Students with this Motivating Video
Coordinates are the set of numbers that denote the values of distances or angles on the grid.
Grab a wide selection of worksheets that come along with an exciting video to learn plotting coordinates to reflect the shapes.
Video to Introduce Polygons
A polygon is a closed figure in geometry, formed with straight-line segments that never cross each other and consist of no gaps. Review the concept of polygons and how they are related to the real world using our entertaining video.
Video to Introduce Distributive Property of Multiplication
The distributive property helps convert compound expressions into simpler forms by separating them into the sum or difference. Students can explore a short video along with three levels of worksheets that cover basic practice questions and Color activity. The first level of worksheets explains the basic skills of addition, and the second level relates subtraction to adding. And the final and third level worksheets are for understanding algebraic expressions.
The Distributive Property of Multiplication
Video to Explain Pythagorean Theorem
The Pythagorean Theorem is useful for navigating the length of two-dimensional shapes by connecting through its diagonal. Practice the activities and exercises mentioned in the video and additional practice handouts to understand how the concept is helpful in real life. Besides, students can also explore the facts of this most significant branch of geometry. The Theorem states that doubling of hypotenuse value is equal to the squares of sides of a triangle.