Jan 23rd, 2011 - 06:37:27
By Sarah Lane
Mar 27, 2004, 14:00 PST
Have your students try their hand at greater numbers
and less than. Add magic squares, factors, multiples, number lines, patterns,
place values, rounding, and Roman Numerals for a well balanced math meal.
Are you ready for an algebraic invasion? Then pave
the way for kids to solve these equations.
Think your pupils’ fraction skills are in tune?
Then let them try conversions, operations and exercises with whole numbers
It’s all angles and polygons, so come get your
With graph sheets from 1" to 1/8" to print
out, line graphs, and xy graphs, you’ll never have a problem getting
from point A to point B.
See how your learners measure up after algebraic equations,
circumference and area, aspects of geometry, line and perimeter measurements,
and individual units of measurement get through with them.
Perfect advanced operations using these puzzles, matching
exercises, tables, and drills.
You’ll find plenty of %’s to decimals and
back. Have your kids practice converting percents to fractions, and finding
portions of numbers with this worksheet stack.
2004 by Classbrain.com
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