Published at Sunday, March 29th 2020, 06:46:50 AM. 1st grade. By Madeline Hamon.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of worksheets as a scaffolding tool on students’ learning achievement in a problem-based learning environment. Seventeen classes (N = 241) were randomly assigned to two experimental groups—one with a worksheet provided and the other without. Students’ learning of the topic at hand was evaluated by comparing results from pre- and post-lesson concept recall tests.
The students’ task is to stack as many Smarties as they can in one vertical column in one minute—but they can only use one hand. Before they begin, have them set a goal for themselves by estimating the number of Smarties they think they’ll be able to stack.
This Addition Worksheet will produce 12 vertical addition problems with dots to the right of each number to aid the children with the addition. You may select the numbers to be used in each addend from 0 to 9.
These Time Worksheets will produce analog and digital clocks that must be matched based off the time shown. You may select the increments of time shown on the clocks. These are great time worksheets to test your students understanding of telling time. These time worksheets are appropriate for Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd Grade.