Mary T. Melton
teacher 6,7,9th grades
This huge ecosystem's name "taiga" comes from the Russian word for "forest". Learn all about the taiga with this fun worksheet!
Use these fun flashcards to memorize moon-related terms including the moon's different phases and eclipses.
Ever wonder what makes the ocean tide come in and out? With this worksheet, your student will learn how the tides work!
Did you know that tons of wildlife can thrive in below freezing temperatures? Learn about the polar ocean ecosystem with this fun sheet!
With a little logical thinking, we bet your middle school student can find the solution to this mathematical KenKen® puzzle!
Have you ever heard of the chapparal ecosystem? Learn all about this dry, Mediterranean ecosystem with this fun sheet!
Learn about the most vital of vital organs in this "Inside-Out Anatomy" worksheet.
This level 1 puzzle is perfect for getting your middle school student started with KenKen®, a math operations and logic game from Japan!
Give your student a great Earth Science study tool, complete with a list of fun facts and a word search all about the grasslands.
Use this "Basic Human Anatomy" sheet to see how blood carries nutrients through your body.
Check out the structure of a bone in this "Inside-Out Anatomy" worksheet.
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Missouri with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
Did you know when a plant is "coniferous" it means it has needles for leaves? The temperate forest ecosystem is full of these! Learn more with this fun sheet.
Who knew that the beach had its own diverse ecosystem? Learn all about the shoreline ecosystem with this fun worksheet!
Give your student a fun reading page and word search, filled with fun facts all about the Earth's desert ecosystem.
Learn all you need to know about our purple mountain's majesty with this fun ecosystems sheet!
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Kentucky with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
This worksheet is all about the tundra. Give your student some fun facts and reading about the ecosystem of the Arctic.
Give your math student some stellar training to solve linear equations with this challenging worksheet.
Hey all you math ninjas in training, get some practice doing linear equations with this challenging worksheet.
Ninja math students in training, here are some beginning algebra problems for you! Practice solving for X with this math sheet.
Math maniacs, need a challenge? Give your student practice solving for X in subtraction problems with this introductory algebra sheet.
Ninja math students in training, here are some beginning algebra problems for you! Practice solving for X with these addition problems.
Give your middle school student a challenge with this great matching game, featuring the U.S. presidents!
Want to get your middle school student savvy on U.S. history? Here is a challenging series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!
Do you know your U.S. presidents? This challenging series of match-up games is sure to baffle even the most serious history buffs!
This is for all you math ninjas in training! Give your student practice doing linear equations with this challenging worksheet.
Math wizards, get ready for your master training. Give your student practice solving for X in subtraction problems.
Here's a great test of your student's knowledge about U.S. history! See if he can match up all the presidents with their mini biographies.
Math wizards, get ready for your master training. This introduction to algebra sheet will help you practice solving for X .
Challenge your student's knowledge of the U.S. presidents with this series of match-up games.
Math students, get ready for your master algebra training! This worksheet will give your student practice solving for X.
Get ready for some master mathematics training! Give your student practice doing linear equations with this challenging worksheet.
Try this series of U.S. president match-up worksheets, the perfect way to learn all of our country's past presidents.
Learn about the integumentary system, which is really just a fancy phrase for "skin", in this worksheet.
Help your fifth grader understand probability with this worksheet that challenges her to find the probability of a certain event in a handful of scenarios.
Kids review squared and cubed numbers, then try their hand at finding the square root or cube root of a number in this beginning algebra worksheet.
See your body in a whole new light with this Inside-Out Anatomy page about the respiratory system.
Help your fifth grader build his fraction skills with a lesson in subtracting fractions with unlike denominators.
Help the concept of averages sink in for your fifth grader with this worksheet all about finding the mean, median, and mode.
Use this anatomy worksheet to learn about circulation, and see how nutrients travel to all parts of your body.
Adding and subtracting mixed numbers can be daunting, but this worksheet helps by breaking the process down step by step.
Use this Inside-Out Anatomy worksheet to learn about the digestive system.
Covering everything from adding and subtracting fractions to fraction inequalities, this worksheet offers a great review.
Work on critical thinking skills using dice to complete this worksheet, which focuses on algebraic patterns.
Get on board with exponents with this worksheet that offers a solid overview of this important math concept.
This KenKen® level 7 puzzle can be a bit of a challenge, and we know it will help your middle school student develop better logical thinking and math skills!
The key to adding with decimals is lining up the decimal points. Help your fifth grader practice decimal addition with carrying.
This little puzzle is a great way to get your middle school student started on KenKen®, a fun math logic game that comes from Japan.
Test your knowledge of the Civil War by completing this fill-in-the-blank worksheet! Read each sentence and write the word in the blank to compete the sentence.
Your middle school student will need to use math operations and logic to solve this KenKen® puzzle!
To learn about muscles, look no further than this Inside-Out Anatomy page.
Your middle schooler will need to use logic and mathematical operations to figure out this KenKen® puzzle.
Covering a variety of fraction skills such as converting to like fractions, this worksheet is sure to challenge your fifth grader's fraction savvy.
This "Inside-Out Anatomy" sheet on the nervous system shows how signals travel from your brain to the rest of your body.
In this "Inside-Out Anatomy" page you can learn about the immune system, the system that keeps us healthy and well.