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The one thing you need to know in algebra is how to solve for an unknown variable. Start with the basics and practice solving linear equations and inequalities. Here are a variety of lessons and worksheets to hit your content.
Connect the four operations with a series of number sentences. After studying the examples at the top of the page, third graders find ways to write related number sentences for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division...
Youngsters can use these worksheets to practice writing equations and using math symbols. They draw a picture in each box to correctly complete the number sentence then write numbers under each picture to make number sentences. There are...
Budding mathematicians investigate how to write number sentences using the Roll-the-Dice tool in "Kid Pix". They correlate the dots on the dice to numbers and then learn to use the addition and equal symbols to write number sentences....
Matching number sentences to their visual equivalents may seem easy, but there is a trick here to keep your learners thinking about math properties. As they examine the numerical forms of six addition problems, they must utilize the...
Understanding the concept of equality is fundamental to the success of young mathematicians. To explore this basic idea, children compare the dots arranged in pairs of rectangles in order to determine whether or not they contain an equal...
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...
True or false? Scholars determine the truth value of equations and inequalities through substitution. All values to use for substitution are given with each equation or inequality. This is the 24th lesson in a module of 36.
Substitution is still the method of choice to verify number sentences. The detailed lesson has young mathematicians determining conditions for when number sentences are true or false through substitution. They learn to express these...
Students practice writing number sentences. After reading real world problems, they describe the same situation by writing a number sentence. Students use algebra tiles, or counters, to demonstrate the use zero pairs in solving...
Your class can practice writing number sentences by reading word problems. This activity includes 3 problems to be solved, where highlighted information is written into the provided space to construct an equation.
What does English have to do with math? Teach your class the "grammar" of a number sentence. Sentences with correct grammar can be false! Understanding of a number sentence leads to a comparison with equations.
Create simple addition number sentences using dominoes. Young scholars choose a domino and draw the dots on a template. Beneath their drawing, they write the addition sentence. Then, they "flip" the domino and write the "turn around...
And they're off! Working in pairs, young mathematicians roll dice to see who can fill in their double ten-frames first. When students finally fill in their arrays, they create addition number sentences that represent their rolls, helping...
A picture says a thousand words...or is it five? Have students represent sets of images numerically in number sentences. They examine three sets of images and represent them numerically by writing the number sentence below. While they...
How many sets of eggs? Approach multiplication through sets of, in this case, three objects. Learners fill in blanks to complete a number sentence in two forms: ___ sets of 3= ___ and ___ x ___ = ___. There is an example they can...
Writing equations from images helps young mathematicians grasp addition, especially when they get to look at cute animals as they do it. There are six number sentences here, each illustrated with a set of animals corresponding to...
This 25-chart will give mathematicians a chance to detect patterns as they shade in every multiple of three by skip counting. They solve multiplication number sentences involving three and the numbers 1-5 (one is done for them.) Finally,...
Bridge the gap between the term "take away" and the actual subtraction symbol using these illustrated practice problems. For each, youngsters see the number sentence in three ways: images of birds on twigs, written out in word form, and...
Roll the dice! These addition number sentences are for beginning mathematicians, and each addend is displayed on a die. Learners add up two or three single-digit addends to find eight sums in the first half of this activity. Next, they...
How many pennies does each person get? There are four visual division problems for young mathematicians to solve, and they divide 12 pennies among a set of people for each. They draw the coins above each recipient and then write the...
Number lines are a great way to help scholars grasp basic addition when it's still a new concept. This learning exercise offers them 10 chances to practice this association. The first five have an addition equation and a number line;...
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