New! Subordinating Conjunctions Quiz
6th - 8th
In this online quiz activity, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about subordinating conjunctions. Page includes links to answers, ads and resources.
Combat hate online by bringing it into the light. Begin by giving learners a quiz, then lead a discussion based on the issues the quiz brought up. As a class, develop strategies to confront online hate. Assign different venues to groups such as social networking sites, online games, online research, and blogs. The ideas produced will be put on a class webpage, blog, pamphlet, or poster. Create a positive environment, both in your classroom and in the world.
More Multiplication Practice, 1-Digit by 3-Digit Numbers
Expand your fourth graders' multiplication skills with 20 basic problems. Once kids finish the math drills, they work on two word problems at the bottom of the page. Use the resource as a homework assignment or quick in-class assessment. This worksheet not only addresses Common Core standards, it is visually appealing as well.
Multiples of 8 Drills
Who can finish this multiplication drill first? Third graders practice their 8 times tables with this speed trial, which includes 60 multiplication problems. Each problem multiplies 8 by a number from 1 to 10. Give the whole page as an assessment, or cut each column of 20 problems for a quick quiz.
Practice multiplication with your fourth graders! After reviewing four example multiplication problems at the top of the page, pupils solve 32 problems with one and two-digit numbers. This format would work well for a nice timed-quiz for your class.
Multiples of 6 #2
Count by six with these helpful activities. After completing number sequences and multiplication problems from the six times table, third graders solve problems that are written out at the bottom of the page. An excellent way to work on those tricky sixes!
Multiples of 7
What is three sevens? What about five sevens? Practice times tables with a worksheet that provides several ways to multiply seven by different numbers. The last section features two word problems and spaces to write the answers. This would make a good quiz or review activity for your multiplication lesson.
Practicing Multiplication Tables
Multiplication will be a breeze! Third graders work on both straightforward multiplication problems and word problems involving money and measurement. All problems involve multiplying numbers 0 - 10. A great homework assignment or warm-up activity!
Finding Multiples 2, 5, and 10
Solidify multiplication facts by identifying multiples of two, five, and 10. There are six sets of numbers here, and for each set learners circle those that are multiples of one of these numbers (two sets for each). Use the example to review this concept with scholars before they try it on their own. This is something that can easily be applied to other times tables; consider asking pupils to create others sets to test classmates.
Multiples of 9
Your third graders might know how to solve multiplication problems with multiples of nine - but what if the problems are written out? Four sections of multiplication problems prompt learners to interpret the way each problem is written out. The final section features standard multiplication equations. For reference, the nine times table is available at the top of the page.
Real-Life Multiplication Problems
Here is a terrific worksheet for upper graders that presents seven one-step math word problems. This would be an ideal in-class assignment, homework assignment, or assessment. Answers are provided on the second page of the worksheet. Learners are encouraged to show their work for each of the problems.
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