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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.

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    Here are 10 Skip Counting Worksheets for students to practice skip counting. Students will practice skip counting both up and down. This resource includes 10 worksheets, each with 10 problems:

    • 4 worksheets – counting by twos
    • 3 worksheets – counting by fives
    • 3 worksheets – counting by tens

    Each worksheet also includes a fun Thanksgiving themed maze. Perfect to use in November or really anytime throughout the year!

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    Help your students understand and remember the basis of multiplying fractions using a visual model method! This product, Multiplying Fractions with Visual Models #2, gives you 110 problems in which students will multiply a fraction with a another fraction. For each problem students will be asked to color in given visual fraction models to find the answer before giving the answer.

    Product includes 10 worksheets (11 questions each) = 110 questions + answer keys.

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    4 Christmas themed Math worksheets for students to practice changing fractions into decimals.

    • Worksheet #1
      Fractions with denominators of 2, 4, 5 and 10
    • Worksheet #2
      Fractions with denominators of 3, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10
    • Worksheet #3
      Fractions with denominators of 10, 100 and 1000
      (Highest fraction 694/1000)
    • Worksheet #4
      Fractions with denominators of 10, 100 and 1000
      (Will include mixed fractions – example: 3337/1000)

    Answer Keys provided.

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    15 Math worksheets for students to practice and show their understanding of equivalent fractions! Answer Keys provided

    Resource includes:

    • 10 worksheets requiring students to reduce a fraction to the lowest equivalent fraction
    • 3 worksheets asking students to choose the equivalent fraction from a given set
    • 2 worksheets where students are to complete a pattern by writing in the missing equivalent fraction.
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    15 Christmas themed Math worksheets for students to practice and show their understanding of equivalent fractions! Answer Keys provided

    Resource includes:

    • 10 worksheets requiring students to reduce a fraction to the lowest equivalent fraction
    • 3 worksheets asking students to choose the equivalent fraction from a given set
    • 2 worksheets where students are to complete a pattern by writing in the missing equivalent fraction.
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    Use these flash cards in a Math Center, send home with individual students, or use with a small group of students to reinforce students’ skill at reading Roman Numerals!

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    This is a worksheet designed to help students practice recognizing ‘long’ and ‘short’ – Size comparisons

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    Here are two Counting by 10s poster sets! One b/w and one color. Each poster has a 100s chart, the number being studied, the 10s column shaded and the number (that is being studied) circled on the 100s chart. Why two sets? Use the color set to create a colorful bulletin board or use in a Math center. Use the b/w set if you’d like to give each student a copy of their own to use, take home, etc.!

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    Teaching money? Here are printable coin templates (pennies, nickles, dimes and quarters) to help kids learn to identify each coin! Templates include both front and back of each coin. 

    See suggested uses in description below.

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    Elementary Algebra is designed to meet the scope and sequence requirements of a a full year of elementary algebra. Each topic builds upon previously developed material to demonstrate the cohesiveness and structure of mathematics. Topics studied:

    Arithmetic Review
    Real Numbers
    Algebraic Expressions & Equations
    Linear Equations & Inequalities
    Polynomials
    Graphing Linear Equations & Inequalities
    Rational Expressions
    Roots, Radicals and Square Root Equations
    Quadratic Equations
    Systems of Linear Equations

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    November Math for 1st Grade will be a great addition to your November lesson plans! Use for reinforcement and/or review of skills, as seat work for those early finishers, in math centers or for homework.

    See description below for a list of skills included in this resource.

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    Measuring Angles 3 Geometry Worksheets

    Worksheet #1: Students will use a protractor to measure angles on given pictures
    Worksheet #2: Students will be asked to create bisecting angles
    Worksheet #3: Students will be asked to draw given angles using a protractor.

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    Calculus Made Easy is a book on infinitesimal calculus originally published in 1910 by Silvanus P. Thompson, considered a classic and elegant introduction to the subject.

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    With cute colorful ‘Cupid Kids‘ holding the numbers and letters, your students will love Valentines Numbers and Letters! These number/letter cards will be great for math centers and literacy centers.

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    Hands Off Me Gold is a FUN March Math file folder game! Your student are going to LOVE this St. Patrick’s Day themed math center with leprechauns, pots and gold coins!

    Included: Gold coins with over 720 addition and subtraction problems (numbers used are from 0 – 30) Also included are blank gold coins and pots so that you can design the game even further. Can be used with PreK to 2nd grade because you choose the difficulty level.

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    This Pi Day Activity has been designed for Science and Math classrooms. Students will use measuring tools to determine the radius, diameter, and circumference 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.

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