Thursday, 16 September 2021

Learn and Practice Mathematical Concept for Primary Classes


Mathematics is one of the most interesting subjects which is full of calculations, rules, concepts, shapes and many more. I have started a series of Mathematical Concept for primary classes with few practice worksheets which will help your child to understand the concept. 

Topic : Addition 

Concept

Addition means bringing two or more numbers or things together to make a new total. The sign used for Addition is "+" and is read as plus. The numbers we add are called as "Augend" and "Addend". The result of addition is called "Sum".
Augend: is the number to which the another number is added.
Addend is the number which is added to another number.
* Sometimes both  Augend and Addend are called addend. 

Properties

  • Changing the order of the number during addition does not change the answer.  Example : 15+14=14+15
  • Zero added to any number gives the same number. Example 29+0=29
  • One added to any number gives the number just after it (Predecessor). Example 36+1=37

Worksheet for Addition: For Class 2


 
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79 comments:

  1. This will be too useful for students , especially the ones who fear mathematics.

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  2. This process would be very useful for students who do not like Maths . Loved the way you make it easy.

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  3. In fact I learned new vocabulary. It is really necessary to clear the concept.

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  4. Very useful and informative post especially for students. Thanks for sharing this.

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  5. This is a very simple way of teaching addition. I will share it with my grandson.

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  6. I can imagine how fun and informative this must be for students!

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  7. My children are way beyond this stage,but it is great for children just starting off. Keep it up

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  8. My children are all grown up but this is an excellent way to develop interest in mathematical concepts

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  9. It's great that you are helping kids learn more .

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  10. Wow this is indeed very useful. I will surelt share worksheet with my friends whose kids is in class 2.

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  11. This is really useful information for parents of young children. I didn't know about augend and addend. Learning something new every day.

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  12. This is a very helpful post for kids and parents as well to make mathematics easier for them.

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  13. This is quite an interesting way to teach the concepts of Maths. I didn't know about augend and addend, will share this info with my son. Thanks for sharing this!

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  14. I did not know about augend and addend. My son is still little but I think I can modify the worksheet a bit to suit his level. Thanks a bunch! I'll be looking forward to the rest of your posts on this topic.

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  15. Nice material for starters in mathematics

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  16. Short and simple concept for starters.

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  17. Useful resource for learning mathematics for young kids.

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  18. Your effort to bring maths to students is appreciable. You're right, maths is very interesting provided it is presented in the right way to students. Yu're doing a great job.

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  19. I am glad you chose to share this, the works sheets are indeed going to be v useful, sharing this!

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  20. It is important for children to understand these fundamental concepts. The worksheet at the end is really useful to this end.

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  21. Huh I had no idea there is something called as an Augend and an Addend. You learn something every day! Thank you for sharing.

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  22. I didn't know about augend and addend. Looking forward to more such hidden gems from you. Thank you for sharing. The worksheet would surely be useful for parents.

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  23. This is very simple way of teaching maths to the kids who fear maths .

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  24. Wow I have learned something new today, I didn't know about augend and addend.This is very Informative will share with my daughters.

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  25. I am a mathematics teacher and this took me to the basics revision. Some things which just gone back have come to the forefront.

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  26. I love how learning and teaching is evolving. Thanks for sharing this new method with us. It is sure to make learning maths more interesting.

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  27. Hey Bhawna, I only knew that both numbers to be added are called addends. Augend is a new concept for me. Thanks for sharing.

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  28. Kids would love this, thank you for sharing! #PoojaMahimkarReads

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  29. This would be very useful for students.

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  30. Maths can be simple for people who get it otherwise a huge task, however this is a very helpful post.

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  31. Quite useful for primary class students. Simple and easy to understand.

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  32. Growing up maths was the subject I feared the most, though my mom was a professor in MAthematics, it brought in the added expectation being set high. This post is definitely useful for pwople like me

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  33. Hated maths as a student, though I was pretty decent at it. Very easy way of explaining to kids.

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  34. I really like the easy way you have explained addition !! Great 👍 worksheet too!!

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  35. You know how I wish my teachers had made math a lot more easier! I used to just get scared by that subject! And for the fifth time I got the perfect score in math! :P
    #MyepicaReads

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  36. Easy to understand for students, very good

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  37. I wish I would have got such creative teachers as a student :)

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  38. This looks useful for young learners.

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  39. This will be so helpful to students. I have already shared the post too. Well done.

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  40. I used to love maths after my sister started teaching me in class 7. This type of help was not available then. Now this will help so many youngsters!

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  41. My daughter's in First grade and we've graduated to 2 and 3 digit additions. This is a good way to teach and learn.

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  42. This is very interesting. My daughter is in 4 grade but my little one can use this for later. Looking forward for more post.

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  43. It's quite a helpful post for the primary school children. Children learn better with fun activities.

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  44. Nice motive of helping children that too and easy and simple way. May your posts reach far and wide.

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  45. My daughter is in Class 2 and the worksheet will be great for practice. Thanks for sharing.

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  46. This surely makes learning fun for kids!

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  47. I am glad someone wrote about mathematics and its concepts. I am myself a mathematics teacher. I loved your post.

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  48. Interesting! How did you add Google form. This is really helpful for parents, teachers and students #lifemarblesRead

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  49. great going. Its great that you love the subject i fear.

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  50. I have always been so scared of Maths! :(
    Debdatta@AniccaIn

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  51. I habe my daughter in grade 1 and this would be so helpful for her;

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  52. Oh you are doing a great job making online learning easy and fun that too without charging a single penny. Congratulations!

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  53. Wow ...nice post...augend ..didnt know about that. I have a post on mathematics too. Playway method of teaching mathematics. https://www.mommysmagazine.com/teaching-mathematics-play-way-methods-for-all-ages/

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  54. As a student, I have hated maths. But I really loved the way you have explained the concept of addition.

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  55. Very useful for primary grade students in the form of practice and more worksheets to spend time on.. will be exploring more on the site for class 4 relevant options for my son...

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  56. Addition well explained in a simple way.😊

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  57. Wow this is a good way to learn math. Gonna try this for my daughter. Thanks.

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  58. Thnx for coming up with this amazing concept. My kiddo is in primary and this one will surely help

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  59. I cant thank you enough for the post.i have three kids falling under this age group and am literaly struggling

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  60. Your post is interesting because it makes Mathematics easy for little ones! Kudos on your method of teaching and on the worksheets.

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  61. Wow! what a coincidence my daughter is in class 2 only. She loved the sheet. Nice post.

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  62. Very nice way of introducing mathematics to children.😊

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  63. A nice way to develop interest in maths.

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  64. Helpful tips to introduce Mathematics for the beginners.

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  65. Much useful for students of relevant age group

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  66. This is surely going to be useful for my kid. Fantastic.

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  67. Will ask Vibhu to read and attept.

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  68. Wow i never knew someone posts such kinds of posts

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  69. Thanks for sharing all these worksheets. I would be a great help for me. I will share with my students.

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  70. This is interesting and the worksheets are amazing to help kids learn

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  71. Interesting post. Your blog is good resource for students.

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  72. Lovely post! My daughter enjoyed solving the sheet. Thanks for posting this!

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  73. Maths is all about practice and precision. Love your sample paper, its got a really good mix of variations.

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  74. Never knew the names of the first two siblings in addition. Was wondering what would be the name of the next siblings of it's a long chain of addition.

    BTW, loved attention that test.

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