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In this multiplication learning exercise, 3rd graders multiply facts using a multiplication grid. Students complete 4 grids multiplying up through the number 12.
In this multiplication worksheet, 3rd graders multiply facts using a multiplication grid. Students complete 4 grids multiplying up through the number 12.
Get those pencils moving with multiplication drills! Third graders race through 60 problems, all multiplying numbers from 1 - 10, focusing on the 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 times tables. For shorter quizzes, cut the three columns into sets of 20 problems each.
Can you practice times tables with division? Put your third graders' skills to the test with a activity that provides 60 division problems in the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 times tables. Great as a timed quiz or a more formal assessment for learners!
Could your fourth graders use a little more practice solving division problems with remainders? Use this comprehensive math worksheet, which contains three sections of division problems. The first section presents the problems in horizontal form, requiring students to write out the work elsewhere. The second section has the problems in vertical format, and the third section contains two word problems with space for work.
Students discover how to change units of measurement by multiplication and division applications. They play math bingo solving multiplication and division problems. Students review their anwers by checking them in class.
First and second graders learn how to tell time using illustrations of an analog clock. Eight clocks are shown, each representing a different five-minute interval. Answers are provided on the second sheet.
Young scholars practice mental multiplication. In this 2 digit multiplication lesson, students follow the steps modeled by the teacher to solve 2 digit multiplication problems mentally. Young scholars participate in games, drills, and word problem solving to gain practice with mental math.
Students choose an occupation and set up a paper family and household. They create a monthly budget, pay monthly bills and file taxes. They practice math skills using financial information and view money as a resource. They create an excel file to track their finances.
Students define human capital and income earning potential. For this algebra lesson, students analyze the relationship between income and capital resources. They calculate tax rates and understand how to read a tax table.
In this telling time review worksheet, students examine 8 clocks and use their math skills to record the 8 times to the correct 5 minute intervals.
In this math facts worksheet, students read about using the circle drill speed chart to practice addition facts, division facts, multiplication facts, and subtraction facts. Student use the blank charts to practice the skill.
Students practice analyzing multi-step math problems. The activities outlined in this lesson provide students with an opportunity to expand their math vocabulary, use oral communication skills, and engage in discussion with peers regarding writing and math.
Pupils use online games to reinforce math-facts knowledge, engage in a game the way they might be engaged in an arcade game, and try to be one of the class's top-scorers each week. A good filler or extension activity.
In this finding the products activity, students fill in the chart by writing the product of the column and row numbers in each space in less than five minutes. Students solve 100 problems.
Fourth graders write about math processes. In this content area writing lesson, 4th graders write out step by step directions for solving math problems. This lesson reinforces the use of math vocabulary as well as proper grammar and punctuation usage.
Students 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 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.