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Six worksheets with challenging math puzzles for 4th, 5th and 6th grades students to improve critical thinking and math skills during December leading up to Christmas or to use during the holiday break! Answer Keys provided!
Please read description below for details of the puzzles.
These middle school math worksheets have been designed to review and practice a variety of skills. Students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades will gain valuable practice in a variety of areas. Includes 203 problems, 10 student worksheets + answer keys! Clip art (leaves) have been added to each page to add a seasonal, autumn flair.
See description below for a list of reviewed skills.
This consumer math bundle will teach students about both simple and compound interest and give them the practice they need to help them master solving word problems!
- Consumer Math | Simple and Compound Interest Word Problems
- Consumer Math | Simple Interest Puzzles
- Consumer Math | Compound Interest Puzzles
Students will complete a crossword puzzle by answering compound interest word problems. Also included, an optional number search puzzle which will provide an answer bank to use when completing the crossword puzzle! Answer Keys provided.
Sample problem: How much interest does a $472 investment earn at 7% compounded annually over eight years?
Students will complete a crossword puzzle by answering simple interest word problems. Also included, an optional number search puzzle which will provide an answer bank to use when completing the crossword puzzle! Answer Keys provided.
Sample problem: If you put $5.62 in a saving account that pays 3% for eight years, what is the amount of money you will have at the end of the eight years?
Give students the practice they need when learning to solve one-step, one-variable equations! This resource provides 7 different worksheets, each with 25 problems for a total of 175 problems. All equations in this set of worksheets use only the properties of addition and subtraction.
Answer Keys provided.
Give your Algebra I and Algebra II students a tool they can really use! This Visual Algebra Glossary will be an invaluable resource giving them explanations, definitions and examples of 144 terms. Easy to follow and understand, students will turn to this resource while learning new concepts, completing work and studying for exams.
There are four color coded sections, each with an term index:
- – Expressions & Operations
- – Equations & Inequalities
- – Relations & Functions
- – Statistics
This resource is designed to give students the practice the need to become proficient at multiplying decimals. There are three levels, 15 worksheets (16 problems each) and answer keys. That’s 240 problems – EACH WORKSHEET includes a different growth mindset quote!
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This resource is designed to give students the practice the need to become proficient at multiplying decimal numbers. There are three levels, 15 worksheets (20 problems each) and answer keys. That’s 300 problems! Use as practice sheets, homework, or for quizzes and tests.
Also included: Visual poster to help students with ‘where to place’ the decimal point in their answers.
- Level 1 (5 worksheets)
Tenths multiplied by tenths
- Level 2 (5 worksheets)
Tenths multiplied by hundreds and/or by thousandths
Hundredths multiplied by hundredths and/or by thousandths
- Level 3 (5 worksheets)
Mixed from tenths/hundredths/thousandths multiplied by tenths/hundredths/thousandths
- Level 1 (5 worksheets)
Complete Solar System Science – Math Unit designed to help middle school students understand and compare the sizes of the parts of our solar system and how they compare. This unit will take at least 2 weeks to complete.
Included: Teacher’s Guide, Student Workbook, Answer Keys
This Pi Day Activity has been designed for Science and Math classrooms. Students will use measuring tools to , , and of various circular objects. They will then use the data that they collect to calculate pi.
*This activity gives students the opportunity to clearly understand the concept of the number pi and practice math skills through a hands-on activity with a variety of circular objects.
Here are three Math Polygon Family Tree posters to display on a bulletin board or you your Math centers. These will be a great visual addition to help introduce the relationships between shapes and shape vocabulary.
- will show: triangle pentagon, heptagon, quadrilateral, hexagon, octagon,
- will show: acute (scalene, isosceles, equilateral), obtuse (scalene, isosceles), right (scalene, isosceles)
- will show parallelograms (rhombuses, rectangles, squares), non-parallelograms (trapezoids, trapeziums, kites)