Tired of hunting through math assignments and assessments trying to find answers? Then this collection of answer forms is just what you need. Providing numbered spaces for students to use when completing worksheets and tests, this...
Get into springtime with a festive practice sheet designed to test scholars' knowledge of grids. Learners locate items such as watering cans, snails, and flowers following the x and y-axis. Worksheet themes include Earth Day, gardening,...
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Enhance fourth graders' math vocabulary with 17 word cards and their definitions. Learners focus on terms that deal with graphing, such as y-axis, coordinates, plot, and ordered pair in the last set of math vocabulary cards.
Did you know you can use a grid to solve triple-digit division, just like you can with multiplication? Present this helpful problem-solving strategy to give your class a good way to build proficiency in solving more complex division...
In this addition puzzle activity, students fill in 10 blank spaces on a math puzzle grid. Students make each row and column add up to be the sum at the end of each line of the puzzle.
Warm up your third graders' times table skills with a helpful worksheet. With six grids detailing different times tables, this resource is sure to help even your struggling multiplication learners. Use it as a reference page once kids...
Drink in this resource. Young problem solvers investigate a different way of looking at the problem of filling four liters of water from a three-liter cylinder and a five-liter cylinder. Isometric grids help with this understanding.
You sank my battleship! The iconic cry of the time-honored game, Battleship will be heard in classrooms with this learning game that requires only grid paper, pencils, and an introductory knowledge of the first quadrant of the coordinate...
The possibilities are endless with grid games! Featuring illustrations of cute animals and objects, the grids are great for games, activities, or any other exercise you need in your classroom.
Kids learn how to use the grid method to solve double by single-digit multiplication problems. They take each double-digit number into its tens and units, place it on the grid, add the multiplier, then solve the problem. There are two...
Third graders plan for a garden. In this garden planning instructional activity, 3rd graders investigate the use of a grid to accurately map out and plan for a vegetable garden. Students predict the space requirements for different...
Ever have a completely confused fourth grader ask about multiplying a 3-digit by a 2-digit number? This slide show could really help clear things up. The grid or box method is fully demonstrated and explained in this straight forward...
In this math and geography real world investigation, 6th graders plan a driving trip to a city that is located several states away from their home while recording the elevations of three cities that are included in the trip. They use...
I wouldn't say that making and counting tally marks is the best way to solve a multiplication problems, but this PowerPoint may prove me wrong. Kids solve double-digit multiplication problems using a simplistic grid and tally marks. They...
Build number sense and provide a problem-solving strategy for solving three-digit addition problems. The class will create number grids in order to solve triple-digit addition. There are two sample problems to solve.
How does grid or box multiplication work? Kids create a grid on their white boards then copy down the example problem in order to learn a new way to solve triple-digit multiplication. There are 5 practice problems with answers included.
A great presentation about dividing with remainders! Learners use a graphic organizer (a grid), which helps them understand why some division problems have remainders, and some don't. An effective way to teach this often-confusing concept.
Math modeling is made easy with the first installment of a 16-part module that teaches pupils to model real-world situations as linear relationships. They create graphs, tables of values, and equations given verbal descriptions.
Patterns emerge as the class works together to fill in a number grid. This whole group activity is designed to make all learners feel successful, and ultimately turns into a lesson plan on the least common multiple.
This grid features 15 animals, and scholars use a coordinate system to describe the location of each. The x-axis is labelled with letters and the y-axis with numbers, and they list the coordinate pairs beside the animal names below the...
There are 12 symbols on this large grid, and scholars must record a location for each. They use the coordinate pair system which is made easier because every symbol is directly inside a square. Use this to introduce coordinate pair...
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