1st Grade Math Help Page

Welcome to the Math Salamanders 1st Grade Math Help Page.

On this page you have the opportunity to view our help topics and ask us for help with any 1st grade math problems.

You also have the opportunity to give advice and help to others to help them get the best outcome for their kids.

1st Grade Math Help

There is a huge range of worksheets on our website to help your child, or to help you as an educator, with any math problems you are having. Please feel free to browse our site, and hopefully you will find the help and support you need.

There are also links to helpful pages on our website and forums on other websites which may be able to offer you the support you need.

Here are our top 5 tips for helping your child with their math learning.

Top 5 tips for helping your child with their math learning

  1. Listen to your child and try to find out exactly what the problem is.
  2. Once you have identified the problem area, have a chat with your child's teacher, or someone supportive who can help.
  3. Try to split it up into several small steps and put those steps in order with the easiest one first.
  4. Take a step at a time, and keep talking to your child about how they are finding it.
  5. Keep reviewing back and looking at the progress they have made, and what the next step is going to be. Your child needs to feel involved in this learning cycle.

Sometimes, there may be a specific question or problem your child might be having with their math work that you can't seem to help with.

It might also be that you feel your child is not making the amount of progress they should be, and you are worried that they may be falling behind.

However, you should also remember that children do not progress at a constant rate, and that sometimes they need time to assimilate and consolidate the learning they already have before they move on.

Please feel free to ask any for any 1st grade math help on the forum at the bottom of the page - we cannot promise to get back to you straightaway, but hopefully you will get a response from somone within a reasonable timeframe.

1st Grade Math Help Pages to Visit

Our 1st Grade Math hub page contains links to all of our 1st grade math worksheets.

We have a huge range of 1st grade math help worksheets on topics from addition and subtraction to geometry and fractions.

There may be just the resource you are looking for to support your child's learning!

Math Mats

Here you will find our selection of printable math mats, which are both a great reference guide and a support page for kids.

There are different math mats suitable for different levels of ability from Kindergarten and upwards.

General Help Pages

Math Forum

If you have a specific math problem, or if you are looking for free math help online that you cannot find here, you could always try going to the online Math forum at Drexel and asking Dr. Math your question.

You will also find many hundreds of math questions already answered, though you can still ask your own if your question is not there!

Math Education

If you want to learn more about educational theory behind good mathematics teaching and learning, then take a look at the youcubed site by Stanford University.

There is a selection of online Maths courses to participate in, research about how children learn math and some resources for you to use in class.

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