Addition worksheets at 10 differentiated levels (5 problems per level)

Subtraction worksheets at 10 differentiated levels (5 problems per level)

Mixed addition and subtraction worksheets at 10 differentiated levels

(5 problems per level)

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There are many opinions on why and how learners develop their Mathematical skill. While some learners enjoy and thrive in the learning area, Mathematics can overwhelm others. We all have different strengths and weakness and learn in different ways. Differentiation enables learners to succeed at a level at which they are comfortable and builds confidence to tackle challenges at a higher level. These worksheets are designed to scaffold the learners to a higher level of understanding in addition and subtraction.

Throughout the worksheets, space is provided for learners to experiment, to draw if necessary, so that they can develop their own problem-solving strategies.

Number sentences are important as they form a basis for all Mathematical thinking at a later stage and should be insisted upon.

Expressing the unknown in number sentences

The unknown in Mathematics is usually expressed as a letter of the alphabet (For example “x = 12 + 9”) Younger learners, instead of using a letter, are usually able to express the unknown by means of a short statement. (For example, if they are calculating the number of cars, the unknown is cars and can be written like this “Cars = 17 + 7”)

** IT’S ELEMENTARY **

Every child learns differently. In a class, you may have children at vastly different levels. This set of exercises caters for learners from age 5 level of maths cognition to age 11. You can choose the level to start each one. The learners love being able to progress to the next level. The record sheet provided makes it easy for the teacher to track their progress.

**LEVELED MATHS EXERCISES**

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**MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION WORD PROBLEMS**

Start each learner at his or her own level. Build confidence and skills. Teachers can move children individually or as a group to the next level as and when needed.

**CONTENTS**

Multiplication worksheets at 10 differentiated levels (6 problems per level)

Division worksheets at 10 differentiated levels (6 problems per level)

Mixed multiplication and divisions worksheets at 10 differentiated levels (6 problems per level)

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