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Write The Missing Numbers

Posted by allen On June 6, 2012 Comments Off
Write missing numbers
Write missing numbers

Arithmetic or arithmetics is the oldest and most elementary branch of mathematics, used by almost everyone, for tasks ranging from simple day-to-day counting to advanced science and business calculations.

It involves the study of quantity, especially as the result of operations that combine numbers.

Prior to learning mathematics, preschoolers and kindergarten students learn pre-math skills.

These vital early childhood skills include

  • learning to count numbers (usually from 1 to 10 but occasionally including 0),
  • learning the proper sequencing of numbers,
  • identifying the missing numbers,
  • learning to determine which shapes are bigger or smaller, and
  • learning to count objects on a screen or book.

You can download the sample learning kit  from  the link here.Identify Missing Number (709)    The full version consisting of 8 exercise you can buy for $3 (USD) by clicking on the add to cart  button below.

In this tutorial we have combined all our experience and have created this learning kit for teaching how to learn and understand sequencing of natural numbers using the principal of missing numbers.   Jazz Presentation graphics team have made the learning full of fun by including animation, sound effects and graphics. This learning kit was created using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007.

Learning Numbers by Identifying Missing Numbers

Pre-math skills are also tied into literacy skills to learn the correct pronunciations of numbers.   Larger numbers (10, 100,) and in some school districts, up to 1000)  are emphasized to get students ready for the higher grade math classes.  Eventually, the math and literacy skills that are founded on pre-math skills will lead to a strong foundation of early science skills.

Learning Numbers by Identifying Missing Numbers

In mathematics, the natural numbers are the ordinary whole numbers used for counting and ordering.

  • Counting Example – “there are 6 coins on the table”
  • Ordering Example – “this is the 3rd largest city in the country”

 How to find a missing number in a sequence

  • Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value).
  • Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other.
  • Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number.

We have also provided following excellent  Learning  Kit to learn and teach Counting of numbers  for Kids from Amazon. Click on the image/link to visit for more details:

My Book Of Numbers 1-30 (Kumon Workbooks)

Barney: Numbers! Numbers!

Puzzler World

Missing Mittens (MathStart 1)

Clue Finders Math Adventures: Mystery of the Himalayas

Missing Math: A Number Mystery

Hope you enjoyed the Pre  math activity for Kids on Sequencing of Numbers.  Enjoy teaching kids on how to identify the missing numbers.

Price: $3.00

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