# Mixed Review Worksheets

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## Mixed Review - Level 1

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.

## Mixed Review - Level 2

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.

## Mixed Review - Level 3

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.

## Mixed Review - All Levels

This one page fun worksheet is designed to help students with basic review. Vocabulary covered: least, greatest, multiples, divisible, prime numbers, perfect square, odd, and even. Another adventure for Action Joe.

Key concept: Students need to review and know basic terms in mathematics.

## Review Grades 5 and 6 or Year 6 and 7

We received this eight page free review pack from another teacher and thought it might be useful. It was designed for grades 5 and 6 or years 6 and 7, but can be used for general practice for other grades/years. It includes multiple choice and short answer.

Note: We did not create this and it does not include and answer sheet.

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## The Basics Art - Level 1

This one page worksheet covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Students choose two colors and answer the questions. After they answer the problems they color the corresponding shapes to create a picture. This worksheet can be used as a HALLOWEEN handout.

These one page, art worksheets review the four basic operations of arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). The drawing is the same but the questions and answers are different for each level.

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.

This art worksheet reviews the basic operations (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) with decimals.

Student misunderstanding: Multiplying: the total number of digits to the right of the decimal should be the same in the final answer. Dividing: cannot have a decimal in the divisor (outside number). Whatever you do to the outside you have to do to the inside.

This one page art worksheet reviews arithmetic with rational numbers, positive and negative integers, fractions, and decimals.

Key concept: Students need to know and review their basics to progress through higher math.

These one page art worksheets review fractions, decimals, and percent. Problems include finding the greatest number, percent and fraction of a number, arithmetic with fractions and decimals, and a word problem.