Give your child some practice with beginning algebra. He'll get to practice forming an algebraic equation from word problems and sentences, and then he can try solving for X.
Introduce your fifth grader to the wonders of algebra with a bit of Halloween fun. She'll use word problems stuffed with yummy trick-or-treat candy to determine the value of x.
Does your child need a hand with algebra? She'll get plenty of practice solving for X with this worksheet.
Fit for only the bravest mathematicians, this worksheets features a spider or two and some tricky pre-algebra equations.
Want to know the perfect recipe for some spooky math practice? Witches and algebra, of course!
Monomials may sound confusing, but after completing these multiplication problems, your student will have a much better understanding of them!