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Math worksheets?

Looking for some math worksheets for my 1st grader, he's having a little trouble. Need some that show pics of animals or people leaving and some staying and they have to write a number sentence.

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Asked by Momof5minis at 10:49 AM on Sep. 18, 2010 in School-Age Kids (5-8)

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  • Dollar Stores have wonderful workbooks. Dollar Tree especially if you have those in your area. If not, Walkmart carries them too. They are thicker so they are more money but just as good.

    Answer by tiger_tatted1 at 10:51 AM on Sep. 18, 2010

  • Try your local dollar tree or big lots store. I have a ton of math work books from them. Also try they have printable work sheets for all grades. =) Some of them are free, while some of them are not though. But John (he's five) Loves them & is already doing first grade adding & subtracking.

    Answer by lilmoosesmom at 10:52 AM on Sep. 18, 2010

  • You can buy workbooks for that grade at Target or Walmart also

    Answer by mamakrysoftwo at 10:52 AM on Sep. 18, 2010

  • is another site I just pulled up. Good luck

    Answer by lilmoosesmom at 10:55 AM on Sep. 18, 2010

  • mamkrysftwo- LOL I didn't see you post it.

    Answer by lilmoosesmom at 10:55 AM on Sep. 18, 2010

  • Could you draw it yourself? That sounds a little specific to try to find. I'm homeschooling and using a math program called math mammoth. They sell complete curriculums and practice worksheets, I would recommend it. Just look them up online if you are interested, you can purchase it as a download and print them off yourself. But I don't think they specifically show the pictures you are looking for, but you can buy practice books for any topic, like addition, subtraction, etc.

    Answer by mybella81 at 10:59 AM on Sep. 18, 2010

  • Education World and Hummingbirded are great sites and have free worksheets.

    Answer by Librarylady60 at 10:59 AM on Sep. 18, 2010

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    Answer by musicmom08 at 9:45 PM on Sep. 18, 2010

  • If he's having trouble with that, he may need more hands-on practice instead of worksheets. Act it out with stuffed animals or crayons, and then write it on a piece of paper. Make up the questions yourself. Let him make up some questions for you too. Pretend to have trouble, so he can explain it to you.

    Answer by 0123456 at 4:15 AM on Sep. 19, 2010


     Also, bookstores will sell school workbooks, and sometimes Wal mart or Target. ANY teacher supply store will too.


    Answer by KairisMama at 5:30 PM on Sep. 19, 2010

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