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My Kindergarten students tend to struggle with Subtraction.

ReplyDeleteI agree! Subtraction is a really hard concept for kinder. In my opinion it is not developmentally appropriate, but what can you do when it is in your curriculum?

DeleteThird graders have difficulty regrouping. Also they have some trouble with area when it is broken down into 2 separate pieces from the larger rectangle.

ReplyDeleteThank you for your comment. Those are two things I have noticed with my 3rd graders as well.

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ReplyDelete3rd and 4th graders have problems with fractions on a number line.

ReplyDeleteYes! That is something I have made several resources for because I had a very hard time finding them for my 3rd graders. They need so much practice with it.

DeleteMy kindergarten students often struggle with subtraction.

ReplyDeleteI wish subtraction wasn't taught so young. It is a hard concept for many it is more difficult than multiplication.

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ReplyDeleteMy students struggle with long division and/or equivalent fractions in 4th grade.

ReplyDeleteThanks for your comment. I remember learning long division in 5th grade and I hated it too!

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ReplyDeleteMaking ten to subtract! First grade. My kiddos asked me today why they had to go through all that work!

ReplyDeleteFirst graders struggle with place value.

ReplyDeleteMy kinders struggle with memorizing addtion facts

ReplyDeleteMy first graders struggle with place value and fluency.

ReplyDeleteMy second graders struggle with learning different addition and subtraction strategies. They're getting better, but it's just so hard to pull them away from the "shortcut" formulas parents want to do and show them there are other ways.

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