September Math pages
For sports lovers, this coordinate grid worksheet is sure to be a hit. It's packed with baseballs, volleyballs, soccer balls, and more!
Is your second grader ready to learn probability? This worksheet--and a coin--are all the tools she needs to get some practice with the concept.
Don't let your second grader forget graphs: review how to read a bar graph and pictograph with help from this handy quiz.
This fast math game requires just a deck of cards. Kids need to arrange cards from least to greatest, as fast as they can, by swapping adjacent cards.
This worksheet sets your second grader up with a few word problems that ask her to find the ranges of sets of data.
This colorful worksheet will get your fifth grader practicing with mode: the number in a set of data that occurs most often.
If your child has ever played Battleship, chances are he's familiar with grids. Can your child help build a new town by drawing buildings on the grid map?
Which gymnast's height is in the middle? Can your fifth grader figure it out using his median-finding power?
In this math worksheet, kids compare two pictographs that record the number of footballs kicked and the number of footballs thrown on the field.
Help the concept of averages sink in for your fifth grader with this worksheet all about finding the mean, median, and mode.