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In this five minute adding frenzy worksheet, students problem solve one hundred addition equations within five minutes by writing the sum of the column and row numbers in each space.
Learners explore money as it applies to salary, paychecks, and taxes. In this essential mathematics lesson, students explore how math is used in various careers, how income takes are calculated and other important life lessons in math.
In this math worksheet, students solve the problems using the operation of multiplication to find the products. The answers are written to fill in the multiplication table.
In this multiplication instructional activity, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this multiplication activity, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this multiplication worksheet, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this multiplication worksheet, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this multiplication worksheet, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this multiplication worksheet, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this multiplication worksheet, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this multiplication worksheet, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this multiplication worksheet, students practice their multiplication facts as they solve the problems in the math table. This may be used as a timed activity.
In this addition review worksheet, students use their math skills to solve 100 problems that require them to find sums of the numbers in the columns and rows of the chart as quickly and accurately as possible.
Second graders explore telling time to the nearest fifteen minutes. In this math lesson, 2nd graders work in groups to write and read times displayed on flashcards.
Learners practice converting fractions, decimals, and percentages to communicate equal amounts. They fill in a table, determine the percentage of a total area that is shaded in diagrams, complete equations with decimals to the hundredths place, order decimals and fractions, and complete four story problems. Links to online drills for conversions like the ones practiced in this exercise are included.
Students explore maple syrup. In this natural resources lesson, students identify a maple tree in their neighborhood and observe the sap. Students sample maple products and create a graph of the taste-testing results.
Fifth graders study place value. After forming teams, they play a game called, "Who Can Line Up the Number." Students observe numbers in expanded form and place representative digits in the correct order.
How fast can your learners solve these 60 multiplication problems? With numbers from 0 to 10, this resource helps your third graders race through three columns of short multiplication drills. Who can finish first? Use this list of problems in your timed math practice, or as homework to reinforce multiplication tables.
Get those kids practicing basic math skills. They practice adding 3 numbers together by playing the game "Triple Addition Shuffle." Each pair of learners shuffles number cards together, places them face down, then flips them over to compose a number sentence that gets close to 18. 
Knowing your times tables in one thing understanding them is another. The class demonstrates their understanding of multiplication by skip counting, arrays, and moving manipulatives for the 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4 times tables. They watch a PowerPoint presentation, watch a teacher demonstration, construct a visual image for math facts, and fill in a multiplication chart. A quiz, the PowerPoint, and a rubric are included.

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