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#### Duck Into Action With Fractions

Ducks hate getting mail! Find out why with a math worksheet that prompts kids to define fractions in order to solve a riddle. They view 12 fractions and align the letters to find the answer.

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#### Guess and Check

How can you find the solution to an addition or subtraction problem by guessing? Practice the guess-and-check strategy with a fun math activity based on Ms. Squid's ink mess on the homework. Kids determine which number is covered by the...

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#### Hands on Banking

Cha-ching! You just hit the jackpot with this interactive consumer math unit. Supported by a series of online lessons and activities, these lessons engage students in applying their math skills to real-life personal finance problems...

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#### Look for Easy Numbers for E-Z Addition

All kids learn differently. For some, mental math is the best and most efficient way to add a series of numbers. After viewing a few sample problems, learners find ways to add numbers to 10 before adding them all together, and then write...

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#### Baseball and Birthdays

Puns aren't limited to language arts! Bring some giggles to your math class with worksheets that prompt kids to find the answers to riddles by rounding decimals to the tenth place or comparing fractions, and by graphing ordered pairs....

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#### Problem-Soving Strategies, Practice 1: Sample

A variety of word problems help your learners examine the ways that they find solutions. Each question provides opportunities to add, subtract, and multiply time, measurements, and money.

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#### Why Did the Shoe Go to the Doctor?

Your learners will use all the hours in a day to complete this riddle! They must figure out how many hours are in one day, three days, six days, and so on by using multiplication. They then use their answers to puzzle out the riddle.

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#### Optical Illusion

Number theory gets a workout in an activity that asks individuals to identify and color code the prime numbers and the composite numbers in the provided graphic.

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#### Soccer Balls

Add some variety to your teaching of two-digit multiplication with this fun skills practice exercise. Presented with a geometric design of six soccer balls each with two-digit multiplication problems written inside of them, students must...

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#### Sums & Differences

Word problem solving and inter-galaxy football combine to offer a great worksheet for practicing adding and subtracting whole numbers!

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#### Fractions Are a Breeze

Young mathematicians will be excited to practice reducing fractions to lowest terms with this activity, which reveals a secret image after all their work has been completed!

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#### Match It: Multiplication

Learners build multiplication skills and practice solving twelve problems of multiplying two-digit numbers with a fun, quick worksheet. The answers to the problems directly link to a word puzzle that answers the question: Where does a...

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#### Consumers Make Choices

You can't always get what you want, but if you evaluate your choices, you might find that you can get the item you want the most! Learners list items they might want to buy and then evaluate two choices, looking and the pros and cons of...

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#### March

Make March math month with a spring-themed set of 20 daily problems that involve fractions, time, problem solving, logical reasoning, permutations, number operations, decimals, measurement, graphs, maps, geometry, and statistics. It's...

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#### Making a Quilt

Spatial visualization? Transformational geometry? Congruence? This quilt making activity is a great way to introduce youngsters to geometry and to get them thinking about patterns. Perfect for readers of The Josefina Story Quilt.

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#### Order of Operations

An understanding of how to use order of operations is a very important mathematical skill to have under one's belt. Here is a presentation that does a very fine job of describing the order of operations and the proper use of parentheses...