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Cut-and-Paste Counting: Parrots
Cut-and-Paste Counting: Parrots
Worksheet
Cut-and-Paste Counting: Parrots
Children determine how many birds to add to each branch to make up the number shown in this early math worksheet.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Modeling Rectangular Prisms 2
Modeling Rectangular Prisms 2
Worksheet
Modeling Rectangular Prisms 2
Help your students visualize rectangular prisms with this exercise. Students will practice modeling rectangular prisms and calculating the volume of each shape using the formula.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Do a Survey! Favorite Veggies
Do a Survey! Favorite Veggies
Worksheet
Do a Survey! Favorite Veggies
Give your second grader some practice working with data with this fun-to-complete favorite veggie survey.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Flying Fractions 8
Flying Fractions 8
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Flying Fractions 8
Take flight with fractions! Try this fun fraction page, with tons of different ways to visualize a fraction with pictures.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiply Decimals and Color 3
Multiply Decimals and Color 3
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Multiply Decimals and Color 3
Give your student a break from boring textbook problems, and practice multiplying decimals with a coloring page!
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Glossary: Division Skits
Glossary: Division Skits
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Glossary: Division Skits
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Division Skits.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Ladybug Subtraction: Borrowing
Ladybug Subtraction: Borrowing
Worksheet
Ladybug Subtraction: Borrowing
Learning how to borrow when doing subtraction is an important skill. This worksheet will give your second grader a little extra practice!
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Round Shapes: Preschool Math
Round Shapes: Preschool Math
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Round Shapes: Preschool Math
Help your preschooler recognize round shapes with this find-the-shape worksheet that asks her to circle all the round objects on the page.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Beach Maze
Beach Maze
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Beach Maze
A pig wants to play at the beach! On this prekindergarten science worksheet, kids follow a path of beach things to help the pig get to his bucket and shovel.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: The Language of Estimation
Vocabulary Cards: The Language of Estimation
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: The Language of Estimation
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: The Language of Estimation.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Balloon Buster #2
Balloon Buster #2
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Balloon Buster #2
Little math learners, see how many math fact balloons you can pop! This is a great review of simple addition and subtraction equations.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Follow the Diamond and Heart Path
Follow the Diamond and Heart Path
Worksheet
Follow the Diamond and Heart Path
Chef is cooking! On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids draw a line along the path that shows diamonds and hearts to get to the delicious spaghetti.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
BBQ Food: Venn Diagram for Kids
BBQ Food: Venn Diagram for Kids
Worksheet
BBQ Food: Venn Diagram for Kids
Do you have a favorite BBQ food? Find out how to keep track of your friends' favorite foods with this Venn diagram for kids.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Round to the Nearest Hundred
Round to the Nearest Hundred
Worksheet
Round to the Nearest Hundred
Combining place value, rounding, and advanced two-digit addition, this 2nd grade math worksheet offers young mathematicians a worthy challenge.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
2017 Census Data: Working for a Living 3
2017 Census Data: Working for a Living 3
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2017 Census Data: Working for a Living 3
Use the worksheet 2017 Census Data: Working for a Living 3 to help your fourth or fifth graders evaluate a bar graph with numbers represented as decimals. They will use the graph to compare and add the decimal numbers.
Math
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Subtraction Surprise #29
Subtraction Surprise #29
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Subtraction Surprise #29
Subtraction may seem difficult to your 1st grader, but with a little help from this worksheet he'll understand the concept in no time.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Find the Shape: Rectangles
Find the Shape: Rectangles
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Find the Shape: Rectangles
Challenge your kindergartener to find all of the rectangles in these bright images. He'll boost observational skills and shape know-how at the same time.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Divide & Dig 1
Divide & Dig 1
Worksheet
Divide & Dig 1
Challenge your fifth graders to employ their division skills to find the buried treasure on Feather Cap Island!
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Make a Pattern
Make a Pattern
Worksheet
Make a Pattern
Your child can invent his own number pattern on this squeaky-clean hundreds chart.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Simple Subtraction for 4th of July #1
Simple Subtraction for 4th of July #1
Worksheet
Simple Subtraction for 4th of July #1
This 4th of July subtraction sheet is quick and cute, and makes math easy for visual learners.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Division #4
Thanksgiving Division #4
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Division #4
Children practice their one- and two-digit division facts with this fall-themed math worksheet. 
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Fishing for Answers with Addition
Fishing for Answers with Addition
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Fishing for Answers with Addition
There are plenty of fish in the sea! But only a few add together to make 12! This fun worksheet will help your child practice his simple addition.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Converting Centimeters to Meters
Vocabulary Cards: Converting Centimeters to Meters
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Converting Centimeters to Meters
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Converting Centimeters to Meters.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Count and Color: Ten Acorns
Count and Color: Ten Acorns
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Count and Color: Ten Acorns
How many acorns have fallen from their tree? Give your child some practice counting and writing numbers with this fun coloring sheet.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Multiple Choice Addition
Multiple Choice Addition
Worksheet
Multiple Choice Addition
Even basic addition can be a toughie, so let your pride shine through with this addition worksheet that boasts a blue ribbon in the corner.
1st 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.