Spaceship Math Addition L7+2, 2+7, 4+7, 7+4. The kid who will be the star is… “SHE!” Who is it going to be? If you’re a parent, you have two options. You can choose to use Math Worksheets or let your child figure it out on his own.

## Spaceship Math Addition L

### Worksheet 1

The key with Math Worksheets is in giving your child some information that he can use to relate different methods of using math with each other. This will allow him to get a feel for his own mathematical abilities, which he will utilize when he becomes older.

Each math worksheet should give your child a problem to solve and a way to approach the problem. Sometimes he will have to go out on his own and figure it out. For those times, a good worksheet will also include some easy ways to see how the problem can be approached.

### Worksheet 2

If your child does use his own knowledge to solve the math problem, he has developed his own logic. A worksheet that focus on how to solve the problem, the how to’s of the math, and the math itself, can really be helpful to encourage a better use of math skills.

But it is important that when you are assigning these worksheets, that you follow a schedule. Assignments need to be done at the same time each day. Doing it one time then switching the next day will create an unbalanced learning experience for your child.

### Worksheet 3

Before assigning your child a math worksheet, sit down and go over what the goals are for him. What math skills do you want him to develop? Can you go through each worksheet and assign it according to the needs?

And remember, don’t ever be afraid to modify your child’s grade based on his progress on the math worksheet. Don’t worry about putting him in a class that he doesn’t want to go to. If he needs to go to a particular math class, so be it.

### Worksheet 4

A student that is on track to do well on the math worksheet, will probably be much more motivated to attend the class, even if it means him missing a day or two of class to work on the math worksheet. The only thing you need to be careful of, is assigning a worksheet that is too challenging for the child.