1 More or Less Worksheets
What Are 1 More or Less Worksheets?
These printable worksheets will help young children develop their number sense and improve their ability to count and understand the concept of addition and subtraction. These worksheets feature activities and exercises that ask children to identify numbers that are one more or one less than a given number.
Most of the questions come in the form of simple math problems, such as “what is one more than 5?” or “what is one less than 8?”. You will also notice that the worksheets contain visual aids, such as illustrations or images of objects, to help children count and understand the concept of adding or subtracting one.
This collection of worksheets are used by teachers, parents, and caregivers to help young children build their number sense and develop basic math skills. They can be used in the classroom, at home, or during other educational activities to help children improve their ability to count, add, and subtract with ease and confidence.
Teaching the concept of 1 more or less can be done using various methods.
Here are some strategies you can use:
Using Manipulatives – Manipulatives such as counting blocks or beads can be used to demonstrate the concept of 1 more or less. You can ask students to add one more block or take away one block to help them understand the concept.
Counting Forward and Backward – Encourage students to count forward and backward from a given number. For example, you can ask them to count forward from 10 and then backward from 10. This helps them visualize the concept of adding or subtracting one.
Number Lines – Using a number line is a great visual aid to help students understand the concept of 1 more or less. Start with a number, then ask students to point to one more or one less than that number on the number line.
Songs and Rhymes – Using catchy songs and rhymes can help students learn the concept of 1 more or less in a fun and engaging way.
Real-life Examples – Point out real-life examples of 1 more or less, such as adding one more cookie to a plate or taking away one toy from a group.