Spark your child's interest in Olympic ski jumping and introduce him to basic algebra with this challenging 5th grade math worksheet.
Challenge your fifth grader to help the judges determine the big winner of the luge race by completing the table of time averages!
This colorful printable challenges your fifth grader to find the total length of the ski trail diagram by finding the lengths of each individual segment.
These "Treehouse Triangle" worksheets break down geometric rules into easy, solvable steps.
Have your mathlete use addition, subtraction, and reasoning skills in these flower-themed word problems. Kids will use math to help Erin and Eli in the garden.
Give your child practice working with angles on this fun geometry sheet. He'll add and subtract degrees as he turns the ship's steering wheel.
Make surface area fun with this "boxing" match worksheet. Each box has a different surface area, and the biggest box is the winner!
This worksheet helps kids understand the difference between parallel and perpendicular lines.
Steering a boat is harder than it looks! Can your child use her angle and geometry knowledge to steer this ship in the right direction?
This fun puzzle provides lots of angle practice for your child. Can he figure out which way the boat is facing after the last turn?
Your child will need to use his triangle knowledge to find the area of the sails on this sailboat.
Help your fourth grader celebrate the Winter Olympics season by incorporating snow sports into math practice: geometry word problems focused on ice hockey.