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Counting Numbers

Numerals

Counting Backwards

Skip Counting

Counting Games

Basic Math Skills

Using a Number Line

Consecutive Numbers

Ordinal Numbers

Ordering Numbers

Comparing Numbers

Digits and Place Value

Math Questions on Place and Place Value

Rounding Off Numbers

Rounding Off to the Nearest Ten

Rounding Off to the Nearest Hundred

Rounding Off Numbers Cards for practice

Using Real Objects

Number Bonds

Mental Math

Drawing Models

Writing an Addition Statement

Using a Number Line

Using Place Value

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Using Real Objects

Number Bonds

Drawing Models

Understanding a Subtraction Statement

Using a Number Line

Subtraction vs Addition

Questions on More or Less

Learn to Subtract Bigger Numbers

Learn the Concept of Multiplication:

Multiplying is the same as Repeated Addition

Adding Groups of Numbers

Drawing Models to understand Multiplication

Multiplication of multi-digit numbers (long multiplication)

Times Tables Resources

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Divide into Equal Groups

Divide into Groups of a Number

Division and Subtraction

Division Game

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Vocabulary of Division

Division with Remainder

Long Division

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Fraction as Less Than a Whole

Naming Fractions

Fractions with the Same Denominator

Fraction as Sharing or Dividing of a Group

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Examples of fractions of a group of items

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Mixed Fractions (also called Mixed Numbers)

Proper and Improper Fractions

Equivalent Fractions

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Adding Fractions with the Same Denominator

Adding Fractions with Different Denominators

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Reducing a fraction to its simplest form.

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Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators

Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators

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Find the meaning of common Math Terms used in Basic Math.

More than and Less Than Template

Problem Sums - Addition and Subtraction

Questions on Place and Place Value

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