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Printable Fractions Worksheets for Teachers

Printable Fractions Worksheets for Teachers
Printable Fractions Worksheets for Teachers Here is a graphic preview for all of the fractions worksheets. You can select different variables to customize these fractions worksheets for your needs. The fractions worksheets are randomly created and will never repeat so you have an endless supply of quality fractions worksheets to use in the classroom or at home. These fractions worksheets are a great resource for children in Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade. Click here for a Detailed Description of all the Fractions Worksheets. If you're looking for a great tool for adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing mixed fractions check out this online Fraction Calculator. Quick Link for All Fractions Worksheets Click the image to be taken to that Fractions Worksheet. Detailed Description for All Fractions Worksheets Visual Fractions Worksheets These fractions worksheets are great for teaching different fractions using visual fraction problems.

Math Printable Worksheets Math Games - HOODA MATH - over 100 Math Games Mathematics Fun, Fact, Fiction, Function, Fantasy Here is a collection of mathematical activities and curiosities...enjoy them! BRAND NEW 2008 Line of Fractal Imagery -- 594 Images -- Oh Wow! ---> Show me the fractals! Extensive Graphical Spherical Harmonic Study --- 640+ Images ---> Take me there! Guess Your Birthday! Here's a fun trick to show a friend, a group, or an entire class of people. Step 1) Have them take the month number from their birthday: January = 1, Feb = 2 etc. Have them give you the total. How It Works: Let M be the month number and D will be the day number. Thus, if you subtract off the 165, what will remain will be the month in hundreds plus the day! By the way, if you wish to know how many minutes and seconds you have been alive and lots more about when you were born, you might like to try this website ==> Birthday Calculator Divisibility Rules! To find if some number X is divisible by a certain number, test the number by using the information in the table below. *A big thank you to Torsten Sillke for these rules! Mr.

4th grade math games The 4th grade math games on this website focus on several important topics such as adding and subtracting decimals and fractions with common denominators, rounding decimals, measuring angles with appropriate units and tools, understanding the characteristics of geometric plane and solid figures, using common measurement units to determine weight, and using tables, graphs, and charts to record and analyze data. Fourth grade students, are you ready to show off your math skills? Try one of these games! Properties of Addition - Soccer Game In this fun soccer math game, 4th grade students will identify and use different properties of addition. Math Magician Multiples Game Match the multiples on the bunnies with the correct solutions on the hats in this fun Math Magician Multiples Game. Division Halloween Math Game (New) Blast off into math fun by destroying halloween monsters when solving these division problems. 4th Grade Vocabulary Game Math Magician Factors Game Dividing by One-Digit Numbers

Numbers= & programs for smartboards Number, Problem Solving A mathematical based puzzle for IWB, iPad and Android that requires some careful numeracy thinking and some informed trial and error. When the resource opens you will see that both multiplication calculations give the same result of 3634. The highest number that can be the answer for both calculations using each of the nine digits once is 5568. The challenge is to arrange the numbers until both calculations equal 5568. The resource will take care of the calculating but the player will have to think hard about the results of multiplication to make progress. Tap one tile and then another to swap them. The resource requires a modern browser and will work on all platforms. Go to math puzzle. Investigations, Number, Problem Solving This resource was inspired by the Puzzle of the Month in the always informative newsletter by Andrew Jeffrey, also on twitter as @AJMagicMessage. For the solution you’ll need to see Andrew Jeffrey’s newsletter next month. Go to Puzzle Resource

Dollar Games: Race to $1.00 | Activity Looking for new and fun ways to practice coin-counting with your child? Being able to work with money is an important part of the early math curriculum. By the time kids reach third grade, they are expected to know each coin's value and be able to count a set of coins up to 50 cents and higher. Help your child practice this math skill to build up ease and confidence. These simple and inexpensive games will give your child more ways to practice math in a fun way. What You Need: Paper bag Play or real coins—two of each of the following: pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars Pencil Paper One to four excited players What You Do: The goal of these games is to practice counting and adding coins to reach $1.00. Game #1: Place all of the coins into the paper bag, and shake the bag. By Victoria Hoffman Victoria Hoffman, M.A., is an elementary school teacher, writer and mother from Leonardtown, Maryland.

GraphSketch Leprechaun Chase | Activity They've been coming and going for centuries, those crazy leprechauns—especially on St. Patrick's Day. They might leave shamrocks on the kitchen floor, or turn your lemonade green, or show up on your pillow and leave you “leprechaun gold.” But in all that hullabaloo, one of those leprechauns has gotten lost! What You Need: Lost Leprechaun grid (download here) Two or more curious third graders What You Do: Start by downloading the “Lost Leprechaun Grid” page. Julie Williams, M.A.

Teachers Love SMART Boards: Mathematics I was searching through my past blog posts and I'm quite surprised that I have not written a post about the amazing flash-based resources found on Crickweb. This site contains hundreds of quality interactive resources for children aged 4 to 11. For my U.S. readers, the activities are organized into three age groups: The Early Years (age 4 to 5), Key Stage 1 (age 6 to 7), and Key Stage 2 (age 8 to 11). Within each age group the activities are organized by subject area. The basic subject areas include Math, Science, History, and Literacy. Spanish, and even Design & Technology. The resources contained on this site are all interactive and very few of them require keyboard input. of the activities only require students to touch or drag objects. I've included a few screen shots but the best way to find what your looking for is to browse around and play with the activities. Sharing is Caring!

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