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In this online interactive equalities learning exercise, students determine which math sign (<, > or =) goes in between 5 equality problems correctly using numbers between 0 and 10. Students submit their answers online to be graded.
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Tricky Word Problems, Part 2 - Choosing the Operation
Can your learners figure out which equation to solve? Use this resource to challenge your third graders with word problems involving the four operations. Each problem has a section to write the answer, but pupils will need to write out...
2nd - 3rd Math CCSS: Designed
Adding Mixed Numbers (Unlike Denominators)
Mix things things up in your elementary math class with a series of problem-solving exercises. Presented with a series of mixed number word problems, young mathematicians are asked to solve them by using either visual fraction models or...
3rd - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Multiplication & Division Word Problems
Show your class all the hard work you have put into their lesson by showing this PowerPoint presentation. They will not only be proud of you, but it will help them solve multiplication and division word problems using the algorithms.
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Understand Multiplication Problems: Using Equal Groups
Understanding multiplication as the sum of equal sized groups is a big step for young mathematicians. This concept is clearly demonstrated in the first video of this series, as students learn to write multiplication equations to...
3 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Math Worksheet: Equality Problem Using Numbers Between -1000 and 1000
In this inequalities activity, students solve 9 problems in which two numbers between -1000 and 1000 are compared with the <, >, or = sign. Note: This is intended to be an on-line activity, but can be printed and completed on paper.
3rd - 5th Math