# Free Samples - Worksheets

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## Ordinal Art - Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces ordinals. Example: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. Students color ice cream cones and scoops to recognize their place in a set. There is also a spelling section on this handout.

## Telling Time - All Levels

These one page worksheets cover telling time. Students look at a clock and write the correct time.

Key concept: All Students need to practice their everyday time skills.

## Art - Basic Addition Facts

One page art, addition worksheet. It should take about 20 minutes to finish, but time may vary. The worksheet covers basic addition facts.

Note: This art page is also in the Basic Addition Book - Level 1.

## Basic Subtraction Facts - Level 1

These one page worksheets cover basic subtraction facts up to 9. There are three different versions to help students master mental subtraction.

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## Commutative Property - Level 2

One page worksheets continuing the Commutative Property of Addition. Students use the idea that order does not matter to solve more complex problems. There are two different versions.

Key concept: Get students thinking of ways to save time and effort.

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## Addition Using Place Value Level 1

This one page worksheet helps students better understand addition and carrying. Each problem is broken down into ones and tens so students can better see the addition process (algorithm).

Key concept: Students should understand why we place a one over the next place value when carrying and how numbers are separated into place values.

## Multiple Digit Addition - Level 2

This is a two page worksheet. It starts with adding hundreds and covers up to thousands.

Key concept: The process is the same no matter how big the number.

## Multiple Digit Addition - Level 3

This one page worksheet starts with adding thousands and covers up to millions.

Student misunderstanding: Make sure they line up the digits correctly.

## Addition with Decimals - Level 2

These one page worksheets cover adding with decimals.

Student misunderstanding: Make sure the decimals are lined up before adding. Also, if the decimal is not in sight it is on the right. Example: 34 = 34. = 34.0

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## Relating Multiplication to Addition - Video

This is our first music video and it's a basic video which relates multiplication to addition. The video is meant to be used as an introduction to get students motivated and interested in learning their multiplication facts. It shows them that if they can add they can multiply. Use the handout as an additional resource for students while they watch the video.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Video      Basic Music Video

## Relating Multiplication to AdditionLevel 1

This two page worksheet uses addition to help students better understand basic multiplication.

Key concept: Multiplication is a shortcut for addition. If you can add you can multiply.

## Art - Basic Multiplication Facts

One page art, multiplication worksheet. It should take about 20 minutes to finish, but time may vary. The worksheet covers basic multiplication facts.

Note: This art page is also in the Multiplication Book - Level 2.

## Multiples / Multiplication PracticeAll Levels

This free one page fun worksheet reviews multiples to help students with their multiplication. Students find the multiples from least to greatest in each maze to help Action Joe.

Key concept: Students should know certain multiples and be able to use addition to help with multiplication.

## I Have, Who Has?(Multiplication Game) - All Levels

This game is designed to help students practice their multiplication facts. Print out the worksheets and cut out each square. Shuffle and pass one square to each student. If you have extras, give more than one to certain students. You can start anywhere but that person should be the end of the game. Have the starting student read, "Who has?" and the student with the answer needs to say, "I have" and then say the question on their sheet, "Who has?" This should continue until you get back to the starting student.

Helpful idea: Time the students to challenge them to improve or compete against other classes.

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## Rewriting Long Division - Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces how to rewrite division and fractions to long division.

Student misunderstanding: Most students get confused with reading and writing division problems, especially when it comes to fractions. Popular question is, "which one goes inside?"

## Estimation - Video

This video covers estimation. The video is meant to be used as an introduction or review video, and is designed to entertain and teach students while they work on the handout. It is perfect for students between 3rd and 5th grade, or year 4 to year 6. The video covers estimation, rounding, and sampling. It introduces the ideas and how they are used in the real world. The video is about 40 minutes long, and we feel it is perfect for a substitute or rainy day.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted. You can also find it on YouTube.

Video      Estimation

## Estimation - Level 2

This two page worksheet reviews estimation. It covers estimation, rounding, and sampling. The worksheet includes basic practice and an Answer, Find, and Shade Activity.

Important note: This handout is designed to go with an Estimation Video which is currently located on VIMEO and YouTube, but can also be used alone.

This free art worksheet reviews basic arithmetic (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) and estimation.

Student misunderstanding: Students should estimate before doing any operations. Example: 13+29 should be estimated to 10+30=40, NOT 13+29=42 and then estimated to 40.

## Crossmath Puzzle - Level 1

This one page worksheet is similar to a crossword puzzle. The goal is to fill in the empty spaces using the arithmetic to get the answers at the bottom and right column. Each puzzle has a set of numbers that can only be used once. Addition and Subtraction.

Help page:    Web Version       Printable Version

## Crossmath Puzzle - Level 1

This one page worksheet is similar to a crossword puzzle. The goal is to fill in the empty spaces using the arithmetic to get the answers at the bottom and right column. Each puzzle has a set of numbers that can only be used once. Multiplication and Division.

Help page:    Web Version       Printable Version

## Logical Puzzles (Mazes) - All Levels

This one page free worksheet has four different mazes to challenge your students.

Key concept: Puzzle and Pattern problems help students think of alternative solutions, especially working backwards. You might be surprised who finishes each maze first.

## Patterns and Puzzles (B) - Level 2

This one page free worksheet has three different puzzles for students to recognize patterns.

Key concept: Puzzle and Pattern problems help students think of alternative solutions and solve more complex problems.

## Math Puzzles - NumbersLevel 2

This free one page worksheet has students solve various puzzles. They either determine the missing values or find the number that does not belong in a group.

Key concept: Patterns and puzzles are a great alternative to helping students gain confidence in solving problems.

## Money Word Problems

These one page word problem worksheets review money, which are great for warm-ups or just some review. There are three different levels that have similar problems but the amounts are different.

## Subtracting Integers - Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces subtracting integers.

Helpful idea: Most students get confused with the subtraction sign. Teach it as a negative and use the idea that two negatives make a positive or a negative and positive make a negative.

## Introduction to Fractions - Video1

This is our first video and it covers fractions. The video is meant to be used as an introduction or review video and is designed for younger students, but it's entertaining for any age. Use the handout as an additional resource for students while they watch the video.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Video      Introduction to Fractions

## Basic Fractions - Level 1

This is a three page worksheet of basic fractions. Students are assessed on their knowledge of what a fraction is, and how to write a fraction using basic shapes and groups of objects.

Basic testing mistake by students: Not looking at the question to see whether it states SHADED or NOT SHADED.

## Comparing Fractions - Level 2

This one page worksheet covers comparing fractions. Students use greater than, less than, and equal to, to compare fractions.

Helpful ideas: Use half to determine the size of fractions. For example: 5/6 and 1/4, 5 is greater than half of 6, but 1 is less than half of 4, so 5/6 is greater. The larger the denominator the smaller the pieces. For example: 4/5 and 4/7 both have 4 pieces but 4/7's pieces are smaller.

## Simplifying Fractions - All Levels

This is a three page worksheet on simplifying fractions. Students should already understand basic fractions and division. They use their factor knowledge / division to simplify fractions. Students do not need to know GCF to simplify, but they do need to know basic divisibility rules.

Basic testing mistake by students: Not simplifying final answer.

## Percents, Decimals, and FractionsLevel 3

Students write numbers as percents, decimals, and fractions. Use the above handouts for review if necessary. There are two versions of this handout.

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## Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators - Level 1

This one page worksheet covers subtracting fractions with unlike denominators. It does not have any simplifying or improper fractions in the final answers.

Student misunderstanding: Why do we need common denominators? If the denominators are different then the pieces are different sizes. You can not subtract if the pieces are not the same size.

## Multiplying Fractions - Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces multiplying fractions. It uses the basic idea of multiplying the numerators and the denominators (multiplying straight across).

Key concept: This worksheet stresses how to multiply fractions and does not really cover why we solve the way we do.

## Dividing Fractions - Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces dividing fractions. It uses the basic idea of changing division to multiplication and taking the reciprocal of the fraction.

Student misunderstanding: Students think they need to take the reciprocal of both numbers. Also, do not make the reciprocal a complex procedure.
Just Flip It.

This math art page uses shading to create a picture. Students divide fractions using the reciprocal method and cross canceling to simplify.

Student misunderstanding: When dividing fractions change the division to multiplication and flip the fraction on the right.

## Changing Fractions to DecimalsLevel 1

This two page worksheet introduces changing fractions to decimals using long division and prior decimal knowledge (adding zero's after a decimal, repeaters, etc.).

Student misunderstanding: Lots of students get confused with which number goes inside (dividend) and which one goes outside (divisor). They usually think the bigger number goes inside.

## Ways of Writing Equivalent RatiosFree Worksheet - All Levels

This one page worksheet covers writing equivalent ratios in three forms. Students are given a ratio and need to write five equivalent ratios for it.

Student misunderstanding: When calculating equivalent ratios students should simplify the ratio first. They can divide or multiply when finding equivalent ratios.

## Probability - Level 1

This free one page worksheet covers probability. It includes simple probability word problems.

Key concept: Probability helps us deal with uncertainty and determine the chance of something happening.

This FREE one page art worksheet reviews Probability. It is a tribute to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Students read word problems and determine the probability of a certain event occurring.

Key concept: Students make predictions for simple probability situations.

## Election Word Problems - Level 2

This one-page FREE worksheet introduces how the United States of America votes for their president. Students need to calculate the electoral votes and how many votes a candidate would need to win. Students will also use proportions to show that the system does not accurately view the people's choice and answer one open ended question to think about the consequences of having more than two real candidates running for president.

## Mean - Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces mean. The first page uses a more visual concept to explain what the mean or average is. The second page uses the basic expression of adding and then dividing.

Key concept: The mean is a number that best describes a set of data (numbers).

## Test Review Word Problems Average, Proportions, and Unit Rate

This free one page worksheet is designed to help students prepare for multiple choice test questions. It covers average, proportions, and unit rate. It is designed for students in grade 5 or year 6, but can be used for any students studying these topics.

Key concept: Students need to prepare for multiple choice problems and learn to make logical guesses.

## Order of Operations - Level 2

This three page worksheet covers the Order of Operations. It covers parentheses, multiplication and division, and addition and subtraction.

Student Misunderstanding: Multiplication does not come before division every time, and addition does not come before subtraction every time. They are considered equal in the Order of Operations, and we read from left to right.

## Answer, Find, and ColorFill in the Blank

This free winter holiday, one page art worksheet reviews basic order of operations by having students fill in the blanks to complete various equations.

Help idea: Allow students to choose their own colors so the art work becomes more personal and unique. Just shade in lightly.

## One-Step EquationsLevel 2

This one page WINTER HOLIDAY worksheet covers solving one-step equations. It includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Students answer the problems and then shade in the corresponding shapes to create a picture.

## Introduction to Polygons - Video2

This is our second video and it covers polygons. The video is meant to be used as an introduction or review video and is designed for younger students, but it's entertaining for any age. Use the handout as an additional resource for students while they watch the video.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Video      Introduction to Polygons

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## Area Puzzle - Level 2

This half page free worksheet is an area puzzle where students try to determine if the quadrilateral is a square or not. They need to use the given information to find the sides of the other smaller squares inside the shape and then use that information to determine the length and width of the larger quadrilateral.

Student misunderstanding: Rulers or other measuring devices do not count as an explanation.

## Circles (Pi) - All Levels

This one page free worksheet has students measure the circumference and diameter of circles and calculate Pi. It includes a ruler which students can use to measure.

Helpful idea: After students input their values in the given chart discuss why their answers don't equal 3.141592653589... and which measurement would probably give them the most accurate answer for Pi.

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## Volume of SpheresLevel 2

This free one page help worksheet introduces finding the volume of spheres. It uses a short example to help students better understand the equation. It has a few problems but is more of a help page to explain the equation.

Extra help: Short video explaining the volume of spheres. The video is posted on YouTube and is not related to Math Crush.

## Introduction to Coordinates - Video3

This is our third video and it covers coordinates. The video is meant to be used as an introduction or review video. It introduces coordinates and graphing, and how it is used in the real world. Use the handout as an additional resource for students while they watch the video.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Video      Introduction to Coordinates

## Battleship - All Levels

BATTLESHIP! Just like the original game, kids try and sink each other's ships by calling out coordinates.

Key concept: Help practice the coordinate system and remember that the horizontal axis comes before the vertical axis.

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## Who is Who? - Level 1

This one page worksheet uses the process of elimination to find the correct answers. Students use the data charts to solve the puzzles.

Key concept: Helps improve test taking skills and logical thinking by realizing that sometimes you can eliminate the wrong answers to find the correct answer.

Help page    Web Version       Printable Version

## Mixed Review

These are one page review worksheets. Each one varies and can be a useful tool to practice prior knowledge.

Key concept: Students need to review what they've learned. Practice makes perfect.