Published at Saturday, March 21st 2020, 21:18:51 PM. Worksheet. By Voleta Morel.
Worksheets typically have a ”right answer.” Jamaica is expected to circle the rhyming words or match the pictures of things that start with the letter ”G.” She may learn quickly that putting down a wrong answer is emotionally costly. Worksheet activities may make her feel ignorant and incompetent, so that she learns to stop taking risks by guessing.
When we add numbers that need to be carried over we can only carry over a digit into the right spot. For example, when we add the 4 and 9 from the problem on the board we have to carry over the answer (13) into the correct place value spots.
These mixed problems worksheets may be configured for adding and subtracting 2, 3, and 4 digit problems in a vertical format. For the subtraction problems you may select some regrouping, no regrouping, all regrouping, or subtraction across zero. You may select up to 30 mixed problems per worksheet.
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