Visual Dry-Erase Single Digit Math Flashcards
Using the Channie’s grid to help learners properly space and size their writing, this set of reusable cards provide practice in basic math functions. The cards are numbered, and you have an answer key card kids can use for feedback. I would keep these as a quiet practice for a student while you are working with others. There are 5 color-coded sections, each focusing on a set of numbers. Kids enjoy the novelty of a dry-erase marker. It’s just something different from pencil/paper practice. Also good as a daily warm-up activity! Includes 34 math cards, 1 answer key card, 1 blank card with Channie’s formatting. Cards are 2-sided and measure 5.5” x 4.5”. ~Sara
* Perfect for Practice - Improve your child’s math skills in single number problems; Each easy-to-follow flash card has 6 addition and subtraction exercises to solve, for a total of 312 problems, with lined up blocks to help kids organize their calculation
* Easy to Teach - The color-coded addition and subtraction flashcards keep things organized for simple teaching, problem solving, and learning, and to guide better penmanship; Children will learn to align their answers, as well as form legible numbers
* Dry Erase Cards - Children can write and erase without the cards being easily torn; This helps them to line up numbers correctly, and to keep them in the right columns to achieve the correct answers; Proper vertical alignment equals better accuracy
* Math Penmanship - Alignment is a common cause for incorrectly formulated problems; Channie’s keeps numbers legible, helping your children arrive at the right answer that the teacher can read easily; This means better success in school
* 1 Card at a Time - One Card a Day was created by a concerned mom to address the messy number alignment issue; These math flash cards for children are the perfect learning tool for preschool and PreK-1st grade kids
Channie's is known for its handwriting grid system that helps students to space out their letters properly. They have applied this idea to math as well to guide kids as they work out math problems. It can be tricky to keep the numbers lined up, and what happens if you accidentally move a number over a spot? You get a wrong answer! This can be really discouraging for math students. With these workbooks, numbers are formatted in a grid that keeps them placed correctly as you work the math. Each row is 3 squares high with the middle square in a pale green. A narrow space divides side-by-side numbers along with the mathematical function (+/-). This grid forces kids to pay careful attention to their number placement as they work. One Page a Day books have 25 problems per page (double sided). Hundreds, tens and ones columns are clearly labeled at the top of each page for reference. Only addition and subtraction are practiced in these books. Quick & Neat Line-Up pads are just like the One Page a Day pads, but grids are blank. Students can use these pages to complete their math homework. It's a nice way for kids to copy problems from a white board too without transfer errors. Each pad has a vertical format (binding at the top is a good thing for left-handers!), 80 pages total.