It's time to start gathering the materials you need to help your child slow down or stop the Math Summer Slide. Start with this resource of daily math facts practice. |
This is in the style of a list.
First is the number to be squared, next, how that number is written with indices and lastly the value of the number squared.
every other line is shaded simply for ease of reading.
When a child is first learning the concept of perfect squares it is excellent to have these values available visually to them as a math chart.
When a student is learning to factorize numbers, this is an excellent ‘crutch’ initially. While wrapping their minds around the concepts of the factorizing process itself, they will not have to use up lots of energy trying to recall these facts.
A perfect squares chart can be used in many ways.
They (along with other math posters) are great conversation starters with the kids. Kids are fascinated by math they haven’t been introduced to yet – so don’t wait until they need this, to have it available!
If you like this Perfect Squares Chart, be sure to check out all the other great printable math charts available to you to print off. As always, no charge – no catch!
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