Making Math More Fun
Trick young mathematicians into practicing their basic arithmetic with this extensive collection of fun math games. Whether you're teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, place value, or even fractions, there is a game...
Alice in Fractalland
Take your class on a field trip to Fractalland where they'll learn all about number and shape patterns. Based on Disney's movie Alice in Wonderland, this resource takes young mathematicians on an adventure as they explore patterns in...
These penguins are hungry and it's the job of your young mathematicians to feed them. Each of these large penguin templates has a number printed on it corresponding with the number of goldfish crackers students need to place on it. This...
Young mathematicians demonstrate their understanding of cardinality with this simple math worksheet. Given a series of ten empty fishbowls, learners are asked to draw in the number of fish indicated on each bowl.
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How Many Spots are on Each Ladybug?
The ever popular ladybug serves as a excellent tool for developing the number sense of young mathematicians on this math worksheet. Presented with a series of colorful pictures, children practice counting and writing the numbers 1-10 as...
Number Flash Cards 1 to 10
Let a group of incredibly cute ladybugs help your youngsters learn and practice numbers one through ten. Each card features an image of ladybugs that matches the number on the card. Also included is a template for a wallet designed for...
Distances on the Number Line 2
Simple tasks are presented for your seventh grade math masters. They are to determine whether two numbers on a number line are equidistant from zero and what the two added together would be.
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Bugs and Buttons 2
Playing with bugs and buttons has never been so much fun! Offering a variety of different activities, this is a great resource for developing basic skills in preschool and kindergarten-aged children.
Study Jams! Number Patterns
Finding patterns is an essential skill for mathematicians of all ages. Follow along with Zoe as she walks step-by-step through the process of identifying and completing number patterns. Work through the Try It! problems as a whole class...
Study Jams! Expanded Notation
Teaching expanded notation is a great way to enhance young mathematicians' understanding of place value. This presentation explicitly describes the process, starting with the largest place value and working down, from left to right,...
Number Sentences: Dividing by 4
Division can be a picnic! Given illustrations of picnic foods, such as sandwiches, drinks, and cupcakes, third graders practice their money math and division skills. Have them color the page when they're finished, or bring division to...
Ancient Egyptian's had a fantastic number system and your class gets to use it to practice basic math skills! They are presented with several examples of Egyptian numbers which they use to complete several addition and subtraction...
Teaching Numbers with Primary Pupils
One, two, three. Un, deux, trois. Eins, zwei, drei. Primary learners love to count and this lesson contains a series of games that encourage learners to count in English, French, German, and Spanish. The exercises develop literacy and...
A coin toss is a simple and fun way to help youngsters discovery probability. Preferably in partners, they first predict what would happen if they tossed two coins 48 times. How often would two heads show up? Two tails? How about one of...
Color Me: Oso
Here's a fun way to review colors and numbers! Young Spanish language pupils color a bear and a ball following a color chart provided. Each number is associated with a color, so it will be easy to determine who knows their numbers and...
Can You Count?
Uno, dos, tres! Teach your youngest Spanish language learners how to count from cero to diez with these practice sheets. They will read the word, say the word, and write the word on the lines provided. There are extra lines on the last...
Even your youngest non-native French speakers can learn French! Just start with the basics, like counting. Kids will learn the numbers zero through 10 and practice writing each number.
Learn Your Numbers
Are your young, beginning French speakers learning how to count? Give them this ten-page worksheet to have them practice writing numbers in English and French. Great for printing practice and vocabulary development.
Multiplication and Division Pick 'n' Mix 2
Fifth graders practice a wide range of strategies for solving multiplication and division problems with whole numbers and decimal fractions. They interact with operations on decimals, relevant size and place value of decimals to three...
Year 5 - Term 2
This incredibly thorough and challenging presentation should engage all of your young math whizzes. Each of the 94 slides has tips, problems, puzzles, and brain teasers that will test the math abilities of even your top learners. An...
Color the Turkey!
Celebrate the season! Your elementary Spanish learners will love coloring in this turkey prior to Thanksgiving Day. Each part of the turkey has a designated color, but learners must match up the number associated with each part with its...
Read and Write Numbers up to 100,000
Use this lengthy, and challenging, presentation in your lesson on numeracy. Pupils practice their skills in reading and writing numbers up to 100,000, interpret a variety of graphs, solve word problems, and get to use a calculator. A...
Peas in a Pod
Learners read the numbers listed in expanded form, standard form, short word form, and word form. They match the descriptions that represent the same numbers.
Numbers in English and Spanish!;
Let's count! Your young language learners will learn numbers one through 10 with this 10-page packet. Each page is dedicated to one number, and learners practice saying the number, tracing it, spelling it, and then writing it in Spanish.