How many legs does this monster have? In this math worksheet, your child interprets a picture to write multiplication equations, then solves them.
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Object lessons: Kindergartners kick-start math with blocks, bottle caps, and dice.
Learn about assistive technology tools called electronic math worksheets.
Learn about assistive technology tools called talking calculators.
Sharing pretzels and building block towers: Preschool math means recognizing that numbers and patterns are part of everyday life.
Three games to teach your child about patterns.
How you can help at home: Try this game to help your child with basic addition and subtraction facts.
Laying a strong foundation: First graders learn about money, time, and measurements -- and that's not all.
Building on the basics, second graders should be able to add, count, write whole numbers up to 1,000, and much more.