Maths worksheets for your kids – teach addition, subtraction & multiplication with these
Nishanth & Nakshatra, my kids are now 8 years old and learning mathematics at school. Very soon (from this Saturday), they will have 2 weeks of school term break. As a stay at home dad, I shudder at the thought of school holidays. So this time, I have an evil plan. I made maths worksheets for them. Everyday, I will print one and ask them to complete.
If you are a stay at home parent and want to keep your kids busy for a few minutes every day, grab a copy of this and give it a go. Keep in mind that the workbook uses RANDBETWEEN(), so the numbers change every time. If you have multiple kids, print multiple copies. There are no answer sheets, so when you need to check the answers, you too must calculate them by hand.
So what is in these worksheets?
- 2 number additions (you can adjust digits)
- 2 number subtractions (adjust digits)
- Multiple additions (you can adjust digits and numbers)
- 2 number multiplication
- 2 number multiplication vertical orientation
All the best and happy parenting.
For the curious parent or Excel user:
The formulas for most part are relatively simple. That said, the multiple addition worksheet uses interesting uses of INDEX() formula along with conditional formatting to show problems. Examine the worksheet to learn how this works.
Use Excel to teach kids? Share your stories
I use Excel now and then to teach things to kids. A while ago, I built a snowman hot chocolate game to teach them simple programming concepts.
What about you? Do you use Excel to teach your kids? What fun things have you built? Please share your stories in the comments section.
My name is Chandoo. Thanks for dropping by. My mission is to make you awesome in Excel & your work. I live in Wellington, New Zealand. When I am not F9ing my formulas, I cycle, cook or play lego with my kids. Know more about me.
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