Doing math additions is a good way to keep the brain active.
Add the sums up in your head or write them down. Either way it will give you good brain exercise.
Many people like to do regular mental exercise and these pages have simple math addition problems to solve.
How you might use this activity:
For Individuals (independent persons), anyone who likes a bit of mental exercise. In a senior facility, print the math sheets and let the person do it in their own time. You know your residents, if the exercise is too easy they may not wish to do it, so in that case give them the harder pages.
Along with a caregiver / activity director for the following:
One-on-one activity, print the page and do it together.
Early stage memory care / dementia, print and give assistance if needed.
Middle stage memory care / dementia, do this with the person and if the sums get too hard, focus on the easier ones. You can use your fingers for counting if needed. The objective is exercising the brain and it is only successful if it is manageable.
This activity is suitable for both men and women.