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Students use the formula to convert the temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. After all the problems have been solved they use the box at the bottom of the page to help shade in the picture.

Key concept: Using formulas is a problem-solving strategy that can help students solve math problems and real-world situations.

## Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1)Division with Decimals – Level 3

Students answer all the division problems but choose which group of problems to shade to generate one of the two pictures hidden in the worksheet.

Student misunderstanding: When moving the decimal, whatever you do to the divisor you do to the dividend or whatever you do to the outside you do to the inside.

This one-page art worksheet covers vertical and adjacent angles. Students use their knowledge of lines and vertical angles to calculate missing angles.

Key concept: Use facts about supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles to calculate unknown angles in a figure.

This one-page art worksheet has two pictures hidden inside. Students will need to round each number to a specific value. They must answer all the
questions but choose between shading in the odd or even numbered problems to generate one of the two different pictures hidden in the worksheet.

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## Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1)Mean, Median, Mode, and RangeLevel 2

This one-page art worksheet has two pictures hidden inside. Students will need to find the mean, median, mode, and range for each set. They must answer all the
questions but get to choose between shading in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures.

## Mixed Problems with FractionsLevel 1

This one-page art worksheet covers arithmetic with fractions. Students use their knowledge of basic operations to solve fraction computations.

Key concept: Students perform calculations and solve problems involving addition, subtraction, and simple multiplication and division of fractions.

## 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.

## Classifying Numbers – Level 2

This two-page worksheet covers real numbers. Students learn about rational and irrational numbers, and answer problems related to each set.

Key concept: Students know the difference between rational and irrational numbers, and understand patterns and structure.

## Multiplying and Dividing by Multiples of 10Level 2

This one page worksheet reviews multiplying and dividing by multiples of 10. It uses simple multiples (10, 100, and 1,000), and also includes a few problems
with slightly more difficult ones (300 and 400).

Key concept: Students should know basic multiplication and division using multiples of ten which will help them develop better strategies for multiplication and division with larger
numbers, and estimating.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/171025484

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## Map Scaling (planets) – Level 1

This one page worksheet reviews map scaling. Students use the scale to determine the approximate distance each planet is from the sun.

Helpful idea: Students might not be able to visualize the size of our solar system and how vast it truly is. Have them calculate how long it would
take to travel these distances using the speed of a car or bicycle. Show the time in hours, days, and years for each planet.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/153133168

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## Map Scaling (town) – Level 3

This one page worksheet reviews map scaling. Students calculate the distance of Axel’s daily trips around town. They count the
number of squares to each destination and use the scale to determine the real world amounts in miles.

Key concept: Read drawings and models made to scale and use ratios and prior knowledge to convert between different measurement systems.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/154390835

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## Map Scaling (town) – Level 2

This one page worksheet reviews map scaling. Students calculate the distance of Axel’s daily trips around town. They count the
number of squares to each destination and use the scale to determine the real world amounts in feet or miles.

Key concept: Read drawings and models made to scale and use ratios and prior knowledge to convert between different measurement systems.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/154389194

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## Map Scaling (town) – Level 1

This one page worksheet reviews map scaling. Students calculate the distance of Axel’s daily trips around town. They count the
number of squares to each destination and use the scale to determine the real world amounts in feet.

Key concept: Read drawings and models made to scale and use ratios and prior knowledge to convert between different measurement systems.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/154388516

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## Map Scaling using Miles (USA) – Level 2

This one page worksheet reviews map scaling. Superdude needs a vacation and your help to plan his trip.
Students need to find famous landmarks in the USA and then calculate the actual distances using a ruler and the included map scale. The help video uses
miles
for this worksheet.

Helpful idea: Can use this worksheet as a geography and math lesson. Use different colors for the lines on the map for each problem.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/156449560

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## Map Scaling using Kilometers (USA) – Level 2

This one page worksheet reviews map scaling. Superdude needs a vacation and your help to plan his trip.
Students need to find famous landmarks in the USA and then calculate the actual distances using a ruler and the included map scale. The help video uses
Kilometers
for this worksheet.

Helpful idea: Can use this worksheet as a geography and math lesson. Use different colors for the lines on the map for each problem.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/156453265

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## Estimation – Level 2

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

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.

## 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.

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This one page art worksheet reviews substitution, order of operations, and basic algebra. Students substitute the values into the expressions
and solve.

Student misunderstanding:
1. Variables next to each other or a number next to

a variable is the same as multiplication.

For Example: abc = a x b x c or 2h = 2 x h

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/136979742

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This one page art worksheet reviews substitution, order of operations, and basic algebra. Students substitute the values into the expressions
and solve.

Student misunderstanding:
1. Variables next to each other mean multiplication.

For Example: abc = a x b x c
2. Be careful replacing the decimal after multiplying.

For Example: 0.6 x 0.6 = 0.36, but 0.6 x 6 = 3.6

## Help Video

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This one page art worksheet reviews substitution, order of operations, and basic algebra. Students substitute the values into the expressions
and solve.

Student misunderstanding: Variables next to each other mean multiplication.
For Example: abc = a x b x
c
.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/137860792

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This one page art worksheet reviews basic decimals. It includes changing simple fractions to decimals, understanding the word form,
plotting decimals on a number line, and two word problems.

Student misunderstanding: Students should understand the difference between tenths and hundredths (Example: 0.4 and 0.04)
and know that 0.4 and 0.40 are equal.

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/138028402

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This one page art worksheet covers decimals and place value. Students tell the place value of a certain digit, create a number by placing
digits in specific place values, match a number to its word or expanded form, and find the decimal equivalent of a mixed number.

Student misunderstanding: When speaking aloud, sometimes the place values get confusing. Example: four hundred
thousandths (.400) and four hundred-thousandths (.00004).
Look for the hyphen, and separate or stress the place value (four hundred…thousandths and
four…hundred-thousandths).

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/139003078

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This one page art worksheet covers decimals and place value. Students tell the place value of a certain digit, create a number by placing
digits in specific place values, match a number to its word or expanded form, and find the decimal equivalent of a mixed number.

Student misunderstanding: When speaking aloud, sometimes the place values get confusing. Example: four hundred
thousandths (.400) and four hundred-thousandths (.00004).
Look for the hyphen, and separate or stress the place value (four hundred…thousandths and
four…hundred-thousandths).

## Help Video

Vimeo:   https://vimeo.com/139025511

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This one page art worksheet covers decimals and place value. Students tell the place value of a certain digit, create a number by placing
digits in specific place values, match a number to its word or expanded form, and find the decimal equivalent of a mixed number.

Student misunderstanding: When speaking aloud, sometimes the place values get confusing. Example: four hundred
thousandths (.400) and four hundred-thousandths (.00004).
Look for the hyphen, and separate or stress the place value (four hundred…thousandths and
four…hundred-thousandths).

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## Help Video

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## Answer, Find, and Shade – Level 1Two-Step Fill in the Blanks

This one page art worksheet covers solving two-step equations. Students can either use basic algebra skills or use an input output chart
to solve the problems. Since this is a level one worksheet the video uses an input output chart. This should help students visualize logical answers and help them
use their mathematical reasoning skills to solve future equations faster.

Helpful idea: If students are able to solve equations using variables they might be better off working on the level 3
worksheet
. Have them change the blanks for each problem to a variable and solve the equation.

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## Help Video

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## Answer, Find, and Shade – Level 2Two-Step Fill in the Blanks

This one page art worksheet covers solving two-step equations. Students can either use basic algebra skills or use an input output chart
to solve the problems. Since this is a level two worksheet the video uses an input output chart. This should help students visualize logical answers and help them
use their mathematical reasoning skills to solve future equations faster.

Helpful idea: If students are able to solve equations using variables they might be better off working on the level 3
worksheet
. Have them change the blanks for each problem to a variable and solve the equation.

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## Help Video

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## Answer, Find, and Shade – Level 3Two-Step Fill in the Blanks

This one page art worksheet covers solving two-step equations. Students should be able to use basic algebra skills and solve the
equations using variables. The video uses variables rather than an input output chart for this level. Students should practice using their mathematical reasoning
skills to check their work and quickly confirm the validity of their answers.

Helpful idea: Just have them change the blanks for each problem to a variable and solve the equation.

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## Help Video

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## Introduction to Two-Step Equations – Level 1

This one page worksheet covers solving two-step equations. It includes an example and questions. Students perform operations to get
the variable alone on one side of the equation. This worksheet mainly covers moving the number not the variable.

Student misunderstanding: When moving a number or variable you need to do the same operation to both sides.

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## Help Video

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## Two-Step Equations – Level 2

This one page worksheet covers solving two-step equations. It includes an example and questions. Students perform operations to get
the variable alone on one side of the equation. This worksheet mainly covers moving the variable first then the number.

Student misunderstanding: What to move first. Try to visualize the first step that would make the solving process easier and faster. Also,
doing the Order of Operations backwards is a helpful guide.

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## Help Video

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## Two-Step Equations – Level 3

This one page worksheet covers solving two-step equations. It includes an example and questions. Students perform operations to get
the variable alone on one side of the equation. Students will need to know how to move the variable and numbers on this worksheet.

Student misunderstanding: What to move first. Try to visualize the first step that would make the solving process easier and faster. Also,
doing the Order of Operations backwards is a helpful guide.

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## Help Video

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## Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1)Percent of a Number – Level 1

This one page art worksheet has two pictures hidden inside. Students need to use their knowledge of percent of numbers to solve various
equations.

Example: 42.5% of 59 = ?.

Students will only need to find the amount and there is no estimation on this worksheet. They must answer all the questions but have the option of only
shading in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures.

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## Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1)Percent of a Number – Level 2

This one page art worksheet has two pictures hidden inside. Students need to use their knowledge of percent of numbers to solve various
equations.

Examples: 42.5% of 59 = ?, ? % of 85 = 10, or 40% of ? = 81.

Students need to find the amount, percent, and base. They will also need to do a little estimating. They must answer all the questions but have the option of only
shading in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures.

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## Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1)Percent of a Number – Level 3

This one page art worksheet has two pictures hidden inside. Students need to use their knowledge of percent of numbers to solve various
equations.

Examples: 42.5% of 59 = ?, ? % of 85 = 10, or 40% of ? = 81.

Students need to find the amount, percent, and base. They will also need to estimate to the nearest whole number. They must answer all the questions
but have the option of only shading in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures.

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## Help Video

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These one page art worksheets review solving equations, substitution, charts, and learning real world equations. Students are given a
chart and must fill in the empty spaces. Level one and two include equations to help students, but the level 3 worksheet makes students research or use prior knowledge.

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This one page art worksheet reviews squares and square roots. The square roots are perfect squares so students will not have to estimate
and no irrational numbers will be left over. Watch out for the decimals.

## Graphing / Coordinate Plane – FLevel 3

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the
points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Origin? The origin is where the x-axis and y-axis intersect. It is also where the zero goes for both axes.
The x-axis and y-axis? The first number is the x-axis. Have to go into the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it.

These one page art worksheets have students practice reading a schedule. The schedule and picture become more difficult as the
levels get higher. For example: Information is left out of the schedule and students must calculate what is missing.

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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.