(5 customer reviews)


The workbook contains exercises that develop your children’s ability to add, subtract, and compare and order numbers up to 1000, work with a number line, repeat addition and subtraction strategies, improve their abilities to solve equations and inequalities, skip count by 2s, 5s, 10s, analyze table data, Venn diagrams, and picture graphs.

Although children learn to solve word and time problems, repeat relationships in fact families, count and write tally marks, and add and subtract multiples of 10.

The workbook has a lot of exercises that prepare kids to understand multiplication. In addition, some problems help kids to improve their memory and logical thinking abilities.

126 pages

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Math Workbook for 1st Grade. Part 4

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 simultaneously by mentally visualizing the calculations on the abacus. An acquired brain is a basis for successful future activities.

The workbook contains exercises that teach children to identify numbers as even or odd, learn about numerical sequences, master actions such as addition and subtraction, increase/decrease the number of objects using a number line, consolidate the concepts of greater-less-equal, remember how numbers are written and dialed on the abacus; learn to count on

an abacus in three or more steps.

Also, children learn to tell time, solve word and time problems, work with coordinates, add and subtract with regrouping, and work with Venn diagrams and picture graphs.

In addition, children repeat tally marks and skip-counting, which gives them a fundamental understanding of multiplication, learn and repeat place values (hundreds, tens, and ones), learn fractions (halves and quarters), find true and false statements, learn tally marks, solve equations and inequalities, repeat coins names and values.

Children learn addition and subtraction strategies, turn words into math expressions, and work with number patterns and a coordinate plane.

The material comprises 10 lessons plus additional homework exercises.

The workbook contains many funny pictures and exciting tasks that create positive motivation for learning and actively develop children’s logical thinking, memory, attention, and intelligence.

Main topics:

  • Mental counting
  • Counting on the abacus
  • Addition & Subtraction
  • Addition & subtraction with regrouping
  • Addition / subtraction strategies 
  • Addition and subtraction sentences: write expressions using digits and symbols
  • Add / subtract multiples of 10
  • Ten more / less
  • Number line
  • Counting using a number line
  • Fact families
  • Equations
  • Inequalities
  • Ordering numbers
  • True and false statements
  • Fractions: halves and quarters
  • Skip counting (count by 2s, 5s.10s) forward and backward
  • Place values: hundreds, tens, and ones
  • Word problems
  • Time: telling time on analog clocks, time problems
  • Beginning of multiplication: Skip-counting patterns with tables
  • Venn diagrams
  • Picture graphs
  • Tally marks
  • Money: coin names and values
  • Coordinate plane
  • Memory & logic training

126 pages

5 reviews for Math workbook Grade 1 (6+ yo). Quick counting up to 1000. Part 4. Add & subtract, fractions, picture graphs, Venn diagrams, tally marks, money, time, word problems, coordinate plane, even and odd numbers, patterns, logic problems. Mental math with an abacus

  1. Chloe

    This book is a great way to keep these vital skills sharp over summer break or even for extra practice during the school year! My daughter is going into 2nd grade and is enjoying that some of these items are a review from 1st grade and others are new concepts she is getting to learn ahead of the next school year!

  2. Scarlett

    For the first time, we began to study mental arithmetic with my daughter. I liked it, it makes her think and develops the brain.

  3. Layla

    Useful book for students and their parents. If you have a first grader, then this is a must have. Understanding fractions is a big problem for students, because the school explained to them using the example of “cut pizza”. Summer holidays are ahead, and if a child spends 10-15 minutes a day studying this book, then all problems will go away. The material is well presented and there are all kinds of tasks in it.

  4. Evelyn

    I spent a lot of time looking for supplemental materials for my 6 yo. Math has always been a strong point for him and this book has been amazing. The abacus counting is really fun for him and i love that the problems are different. I would recommend this book for any parent trying to strengthen their child’s math skills.

  5. Gianna

    Learning on these workbooks. We are very satisfied. My son’s grades are improving.

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