Addition and Subtraction: Beyond Math Facts is a sequential workbook to help children learn about place value as they add and subtract larger numbers. Students first review a group of basic addition and subtraction facts, and then use those facts to learn how to add and subtract "beyond math facts" with two-, three- and four-digit numbers. This workbook includes pages with word math problems, and was designed by an experienced special education professional for any student including those with special needs.
The sequence in which addition and subtraction facts are reviewed is the same as in Two Plus Two Is Not Five, so the two books can be used together.
- 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
- 2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
- 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
- 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
- 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
- Math learners
- Students with special needs or learning disabilities
- How to Use This Book
- Guide to Teaching the Lessons
- Record-Keeping Chart
- Practice and review pages
- Word math problems.
About the Seller
Do you have children who need to learn and memorize math facts? These workbooks were written by an experienced teacher. It has always been my passion to make sure my students had the confidence and ability to do well in math and to enjoy math. Just as children need to learn phonics or phonemes (the sounds of letters) to learn to read, they need to understand and learn math facts to be successful in math.
- Two Plus Two Is Not Five introduces all the addition facts to 9+9, and subtraction facts up to 18-9. It was a success, and so I wrote another book to help children master the "times table" or multiplication facts. Five Times Five Is Not Ten helps children memorize all the products of two 1-digit numbers. (Up to 9 x 9) My workbooks have perforated pages so they can be easily removed for working on or for making copies.
- It was also important to me to make sure children could continue to advance in math while they were still mastering the addition and subtraction facts, so I created Addition and Subtraction: Beyond Math Facts, which can be used alone or along with Two Plus Two Is Not Five. As students learn some of the math facts in Two Plus Two Is Not Five, they learn to add those facts in 2-, 3- and 4-column problems. For example, if they know the "Doubles" 4+4 and 9+9, they can be taught 49 + 9, or 94 +4, 49 + 49. This way, they are learning to do more advanced problems and will not have to count on fingers. Once students learn 11-4 and 11-7 (from my "Straight Lines" strategy), they can learn problems such as 51-4, 91-7, and 221-47. Addition and Subtraction: Beyond Math Facts also has word math pages.
- To complete the series of books, I wrote Ten Divided by Five Is Not Five, and this workbook has all the division facts up to 81÷9, and can be used alone or along with Five Times Five Is Not Ten. As children memorize multiplication facts, they can learn the concept of division and the relationship between division and multiplication facts. (Example: After learning 4 x 5 and 5 x 4, they can learn 20÷4 and 20÷5) This workbook also has word math pages.
- My math facts program is based on the concept that once children can use counters or draw dots or lines to show what a math fact means, they need a way to learn and memorize the answer. This program was published by Teacher Created Resources in 1999. How to Teach Math Facts is more of a how-to book, and it does not have practice pages. That is why I started my company, Longevity Publishing and published those above four workbooks which are available here on Educents!