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In this number sense and operations worksheet, learners solve 15 different types of problems that include reading number lines and solving inequalities. First, they write the scientific notation of various numbers given. Then, pupils write an expression that contains only positive exponents. They also solve an inequality and graph the solutions on a number line.
Review a variety of mathematical skills with this worksheet. In this number sense and operations worksheet, learners solve 15 different problems that include simplifying various equations. In addition, they write the powers in order from least to greatest for each set of numbers given and reduce fractions to simplest form and write as a decimal.
This number sense and operations study guide provides notes and explanations as well as practice problems. In order to practice their math skills, learners write fractions as decimals, identify which number set a number belongs to, take square roots, and change decimals into rational numbers. This could be used as stand-alone worksheet and notes or as a tool to build a test around.
Increase equity into your curriculum with this academic vocabulary-builder. Develop number sense and meta-cognition by making explicit the purpose, nomenclature, and uses of 10-frames. Using 10-frames, learners can "determine numerosity of a set without counting," so this activity is perfect for even your youngest mathematicians. Link to a set of interactive games using 10-frames is attached, along with other website resources.
Kindergarteners practice showing 1:1 correspondence while incorporating information they learned about a local Native American culture. The objects used for counting are taken from the previous day's Native American lesson. The intention is for them to use the newly-acquired vocabulary while building 1:1 correspondence skills.
In this number sense and operations worksheet, 7th graders solve 15 different types of problems that include estimation and expanded notation. First, they simplify various equations by following the order of operations. Then, students write numbers given in expanded notation. They also estimate the difference in problems.
Learners answer a variety of questions using "Turning Point Clickers" connected to an interactive whiteboard. Plan is intended to accompany a chapter review of converting decimals, percentages, fractions, and ratio. They respond to questions as presented in a PowerPoint and enter their answers via the clickers. Questions cover statistics, integers and number sense. The PowerPoint is not included with the lesson, nor is a worksheet that is mentioned.