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Easter Division
Easter Division
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Easter Division
The Easter bunny has been busy hiding colorful eggs all over the yard. Each one has an Easter division problem for your third grader to solve.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Halloween Division
Halloween Division
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Halloween Division
Division isn't scary ... unless it's surrounded by ghosts, pumpkins, and tombstones! Do some Halloween-themed division in this math worksheet.
3rd grade
Math
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Spring Planting: Color by Numbers
Spring Planting: Color by Numbers
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Spring Planting: Color by Numbers
Color in the picture according to the number key to add color to these farmers' day, and practice number recognition too.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Halloween Word Problems
Halloween Word Problems
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Halloween Word Problems
Give your student some frighteningly fun Halloween word problems to solve! Hell be honing reading skills as he practices simple addition and subtraction.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Cookie Fractions 5
Cookie Fractions 5
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Cookie Fractions 5
Mmm, these cookie fractions are making me hungry! Give your child a head start learning his fractions with a great visual worksheet.
2nd grade
Math
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Leaves Subtraction
Leaves Subtraction
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Leaves Subtraction
Count the number of leaves in each box then take away the number of darker ones. Nurture the future math whiz in your child!
Kindergarten
Math
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Multiplication Color by Number: Tree Frog 4
Multiplication Color by Number: Tree Frog 4
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Multiplication Color by Number: Tree Frog 4
Doubling as a color by number coloring page, this 3rd grade math worksheet helps your child learn his multiplication tables and exercise his creativity, too!
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Number Pattern Parachute
Number Pattern Parachute
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Number Pattern Parachute
Your child will figure out the number pattern and further develop the problem solving skills needed for multiplication.
3rd grade
Math
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How Much Money Do I Have? #8
How Much Money Do I Have? #8
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How Much Money Do I Have? #8
A quick worksheet for 1st-graders studying addition and money-counting skills.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Creating Problem Questions for Perimeter
Creating Problem Questions for Perimeter
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Creating Problem Questions for Perimeter
Help your students bring mathematics to life! In this exercise, your students will create word problems to accompany a shape with the length of each side labeled.
3rd grade
Math
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Christmas Number Fun #6
Christmas Number Fun #6
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Christmas Number Fun #6
Time for that Christmas visit to grandma's house. To get there safely through the new fallen snow, your child must put these numbers in sequence.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Glossary: Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
Glossary: Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
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Glossary: Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Cut-and-Paste Measuring Practice
Cut-and-Paste Measuring Practice
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Cut-and-Paste Measuring Practice
Measure the length of these items. Your preschooler will learn the basics of measurement with this hands-on activity.
Preschool
Math
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Vocabulary Cards: Hundred Chart Hunt
Vocabulary Cards: Hundred Chart Hunt
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Vocabulary Cards: Hundred Chart Hunt
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Hundred Chart Hunt.
1st grade
Math
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Christmas Number Fun #19
Christmas Number Fun #19
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Christmas Number Fun #19
Get to grandma's house safely through the snow by filling in the missing numbers! This is a great activity to practice skip counting by twos.
1st grade
Math
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Trail Mix Recipe
Trail Mix Recipe
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Trail Mix Recipe
Packed with protein and energy, trail mix is a great way to keep your kid energized.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Time On Your Side #2
Time On Your Side #2
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Time On Your Side #2
Does your second grader feel like he has time on his side in mathematics? This worksheet can help him practice telling time with four practice questions.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Magical Measurements
Magical Measurements
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Magical Measurements
This silly witch knows how to make witches brew, but she doesn't know how to use fractions to make smaller portions!
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Let's Go! Subtraction
Let's Go! Subtraction
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Let's Go! Subtraction
Vroom vroom! How many vehicles can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.
Kindergarten
Math
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Glossary: Information Gaps and Finding the Area
Glossary: Information Gaps and Finding the Area
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Glossary: Information Gaps and Finding the Area
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Information Gaps and Finding the Area.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Measure with Cubes
Vocabulary Cards: Measure with Cubes
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Vocabulary Cards: Measure with Cubes
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Measure with Cubes.
1st grade
Math
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Learning Fractions
Learning Fractions
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Learning Fractions
It's mail time! Give your child a fun way to learn fractions with a mail call. She'll have to color what fraction of envelopes will be sent to which family.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Practice Addition with Charlie the Chef!
Practice Addition with Charlie the Chef!
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Practice Addition with Charlie the Chef!
Can your second grader add up these double-digit addition problems to help out Charlie the Chef?
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
How to Calculate Slugging Percentage
How to Calculate Slugging Percentage
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How to Calculate Slugging Percentage
Find out how slugging percentage in baseball works and try it out with this worksheet. "Why settle for a double when you can hit a home run?"
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Hooray for Arrays: A Mini Reference Guide
Hooray for Arrays: A Mini Reference Guide
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Hooray for Arrays: A Mini Reference Guide
Create a mini guide that can serve as a useful reference when completing the activities in the workbook "Hooray for Arrays" and others.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet

Math Resources

Math deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement. It is the building block for everything in our daily lives, from money, art, science, engineering and technology. A true understanding of math will give students the ability to think, perceive and analyze numerical problems, from the most simple to the most complex. With our resources, help students build a foundation that will carry them for a lifetime.

Math 101

When kids learn math, they begin with the basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. As they build knowledge, they move on to concepts such as geometry, trigonometry, algebra, calculus and beyond. It’s crucial to give students an understanding of math early on. And because math is easy to gamify, they’ll likely develop a love for it as well. Here are some tips for getting kids excited about math.

Make it fun. Math is all about solving problems. This requires mastering skills such as grouping, classifying, counting, and recognizing numerals, shapes and patterns. Very young kids naturally gravitate toward these activities during playtime. Put colored blocks in front of toddlers and they will play for hours. As they get older, they’ll move on to more advanced concepts like solving puzzles.

Turn your house a math classroom. Let your kids help out with cooking, where they’ll learn how to measure ingredients. Show them how to set the kitchen timer to teach them about time. And that pizza? It’s the best way to teach fractions.

Incorporate movement. Count steps as you dance around the living room. Invent moves that encourage classifying and counting, or set up a game of hopscotch.

Take it on the road. Point out different shapes such as circles, squares and triangles in the landscape. Count cars on the highway and calculate miles traveled.

Apply it in the real world. Older kids want to know how math works beyond the textbooks. Show them how to pay for purchases and count change or let them figure out how long it takes to get from the house to the store when the car is going a certain speed.