Number Crunchers, 2 Levels, #1

Doing Math Calculations is a Good Way to Keep the Brain Active.

Short Description:

Solve the math challenges either in your head or write them down and calculate as you go.
Either way, it will give you good brain exercise.

There is an easier level with addition and subtraction and a harder level with added division and multiplication.
Start from the left and work your way along, then write your answer in the box on the right (disregard the order of operations for this activity).

For more math problems, click here.

Directions for Caregivers:

Can you do mental calculations?

If you want to make it easier, supply a pen and a blank sheet of paper so that you or the person you are with can write down and calculate step by step.

Or, you can use a calculator. That is good exercise for the brain too.

Early-stage memory care/dementia.

Can you do mental calculations?

If you want to make the calculations easier, supply a pen and a blank sheet of paper so that you or the person you are with can write down and calculate step by step.

Or, you can use a calculator. That is good exercise for the brain too.