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COMBINATED OPERATION- Addition, Subtraction,Multiplication,Division

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Grade 3, 4, 5, 6

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Activities

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PDF

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About This Product

1. Introduction

As is known by educational agents, combined operations are those that involve performing more than one mathematical operation in a problem.

2.Objective

The objective of this worksheet is:

-Develop logical thinking: As is known, combined operations require children to think logically and sequentially to solve problems that involve more than one mathematical action. This will help promote the development of problem-solving and logical reasoning skills.

- Improving calculation skills: When students perform combined operations, children will practice and improve their calculation skills, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This will help them strengthen their understanding of basic mathematical concepts.

- Promotion of working memory: When solving problems that involve multiple operations, children and/or students will use their working memory to remember the steps and partial results. This set of processes will help them strengthen their information retention capacity as well as their working memory.

-Encourage creative thinking: When your students face these problems, they will be able to develop creative approaches to solve them. This will encourage thinking outside the box as well as finding innovative solutions.

- Take mathematics in a fun way: Thanks to this worksheet, students will be able to see mathematics from another perspective, since they will see in it a subject that can be fun and attractive. For this reason, this sheet has been developed with drawings and elements that are attractive to them.

3.Order, scheme and stages

Introduce your math class with a motivational song or dynamic, and then just introduce the worksheet.

4.Grades or ages

This worksheet is developed for children ages 7 to 10 approximately.

5. Form of application

You must apply this sheet individually.

6. Answer keys

This game does not require answers.

7.Use text labels

mathematics, mathematics for children, mathematical operations, mathematics activities, combined operations.

8.Rules

Specified above.

9.File types

The archive is in PDF format.

10.Number of pages

This document contains 19 pages.

Resource Tags

combinated operations basic operations maths

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