Math Line-Up Pad - Double Digit (Channie's Math)
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
Basic single and double digit math can be difficult for some children when they are first introduced to it. Not only are the processes of addition and subtraction confusing in the beginning, but the organization of the numbers also can be difficult for a child. This is even more so the case when thechild does not have good handwriting skills.
Channie's Math LineUp Pads are designed to teach your child how to develop consistent number writing skills. They also reduce your child's stress by helping them line up numbers neatly to increase calculation accuracy. It is a great way to organize their math practices and improve their math problem solving capabilities.
Complementing any math curriculum, Channie’s Math Line-Up Pads provide blank grids for students to write out math problems neatly to help math computation accuracy. Grids are perfectly aligned in 2 colors (white and light green) allowing them to write vertical math problems. Not only does this help keep the numbers from misaligning, but the light green shading also helps to visualize the numbers separately. Available in single, double- and triple-digit grids. Top bound for left and right-handed writers, each pad contains 80 pgs.
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.