Math workbook for preschoolers (5 years old). Learn to count. Part 5. Addition, subtraction, comparing numbers up to 100, time, money, skip counting, patterns, shapes, tally marks, word problems, logic problems. Mental math with an abacus

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This workbook contains exercises that develop your child’s ability to add, subtract, compare, and order numbers up to 100 using a number line. Kids repeat the ways to make a number, solve one-step problems, learn to compare numbers and increase / decrease a given number. Although children repeat to skip-count forward and backward by 2s, 5s, 10s, find the same and different shapes and objects, find the distance between two points on a number line, solve simple time problems, continue growing patterns; write and solve equations and inequalities, make number sequences, learn to write and read tally marks, lean coins names and values, get familiar with two-dimensional shapes, repeat place values (tens and ones). In addition, workbook has a lot of exercises which help to improve memory and logic abilities of children.

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A feature of our workbooks is the symbiosis of mental arithmetic and classical mathematics.
Mental arithmetic is a UNIQUE method of teaching children that trains the speed of perception and processing of information and allows them to harmoniously develop both hemispheres of the brain at the same time by mentally visualizing the calculations on the abacus. A developed brain is a basis for successful future activities.

With the workbook “Learn to count. Part 5” you can effectively and efficiently teach math and improve cognitive abilities of your 5-year-olds children.

The workbook contains exercises that help your child not only master actions such as addition and subtraction, but also count within 100, increase/decrease the number using the number line, solve one-step word problems, consolidate the concepts of greater-less-equal. Children repeat how numbers are written and dialed on the abacus; learn to count on an abacus in three or more steps.

Children learn to make, continue, or find the missing element in a number sequences; tell time on analog clocks and solve simple time problems; solve and write simple equations and inequalities; put numbers in increasing and decreasing order, find the largest (the smallest) number; continue the growing pattern; get familiar with measurements; count sides and angles of two-dimensional shapes and name shapes; learn place values (ones and tens).

Although children learn coins names and values, learn to count money and solve simple money problems, repeat to write and read tally marks, use the ordinal numbers.

Kids repeat the ways to make a number, skip-count forward and backward by 2s, 5s, 10s, find the distance between two points on a number line, find the same and different objects, work with two-dimensional shapes.

The material consists of 10 lessons plus additional exercises for homework to repeat.

The workbook contains a lot of funny pictures and interesting tasks that create positive motivation for learning and actively develop the logic, memory, attention, and intelligence of children.

4 reviews for Math workbook for preschoolers (5 years old). Learn to count. Part 5. Addition, subtraction, comparing numbers up to 100, time, money, skip counting, patterns, shapes, tally marks, word problems, logic problems. Mental math with an abacus

  1. Natalia L.

    My daughter is happy to use it by herself, she likes everything, especially the topic “Money”.

  2. Esther D.

    This is the best math workbook ever! The material is presented from simple to complex, there are a lot of examples to consolidate, it develops logical thinking. I am successfully using these books with my second son, while not being a teacher.

  3. Brianna B.

    I am a math teacher who works with children 5-6 years old. I enjoy using these books with my students and my son. The implementation is great. All tasks are correctly formulated and plenty practice. Tasks are simple, accessible to everyone.

  4. Eliza M.

    We bought for my son and now the whole family loves it. I really like the assignments. We fell in love with the score on the abacus and now we compete who will finish the tasks faster. Definitely Recommended.

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