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Emily comes face-to-face with fierce tennis opponent, Big Bertha. Does Emily have what it takes to become a champion? Find out in this exciting reading passage!

Place Value Cut & Glue (Decimals) (added June 22, 2015) MemberColor each place in the number correctly, according to the instructions. Then cut out the place value strips and glue each one in the correct position above the number.

Place Value Cut & Glue (6-Digit) (added June 22, 2015) MemberGlue the name of each place over the correct digit in the number shown. (Ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands)

Place Value Cut & Glue (7-Digit) (added June 22, 2015) MemberCut out the rectangular cards at the bottom of the page. The cards have names of place values, such as ones, tens, hundreds...all the way up to millions.) Glue each card in the correct position above the 7-digit number.

Place Value Cut & Glue (5-Digit) (added June 22, 2015) MemberCarefully cut the word cards (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands). Look at the large 5-digit number on the page and glue the word cards over the correct digit.

Place Value Cut & Glue (4-Digits) (added June 22, 2015) MemberUse scissors to cut out the place value squares (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands). Glue each above the correct digit. Then color each digit according to the directions.

Ordering Numbers: Money (added June 22, 2015) MemberPlace the money amounts in order, from least to greatest.

Ordering Numbers: Least to Greatest (Decimals) (added June 19, 2015) MemberThis worksheet has whole numbers, decimals to the nearest tenth, and decimals to the nearest hundredth. Students determine their values and list them from least to greatest.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (added June 19, 2015) MemberStudents must examine four triple-digit numbers and rewrite them in order, from smallest value to largest value.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (added June 19, 2015) MemberOn this worksheet, students order numbers, from smallest up to the largest.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (5-Digit) (added June 19, 2015) MemberArrange the each of the numbers in the order, from the least to the greatest.

Ordering Numbers: Least to Greatest (6-Digit) (added June 19, 2015) MemberRead the numbers in each box. Then rewrite them in the correct order, from the lowest to the highest.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (added June 19, 2015) MemberEach box has a set of five numbers. Students must rewrite them in order, starting with the number that has the smallest value.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (added June 19, 2015) MemberThere are four two-digit numbers in each box. Rewrite the numbers in order, starting with the smallest.

A Dragon for Hailey (added June 17, 2015) MemberA curious girl looks up into the brilliant sky and sees a dragon soaring her way!

Cookies in Bed(Rounding to the Nearest Hundred) (added June 17, 2015) Member

Why did the girl put cookies under her pillow? To find the answer, students must round 3 and 4-digit numbers to the nearest hundred.

Dirty Bats(4-Digit Place Value) (added June 16, 2015) Member

This printable has a series of numbers written out in word-name format. Where do dirty bats go to clean themselves? Students rewrite each number in standard form. Then match the numbers with the letters to find the answer to the laugh-out-loud riddle.

Math Riddle: Shark Attack(3-Digit Addends; No Regrouping) (added June 16, 2015) Member

What's a shark's favorite game? To find out, solve the 3-digit addition problems (no regrouping/carrying). Then use the answers to fill in the answer to the riddle.

Crazy Clock(Multiply: 4-Digit by 2-Digit) (added June 16, 2015) Member

How do you know if your clock is crazy? To find out, solve these multiplication problems. Each one has a 2-digit factor and a 4-digit factor. (Example: 3,654 x 24)

The Happy Chess Player(1-Digit Quotients w/ Remainders) (added June 16, 2015) Member

What makes a chess player really happy? Divide to find the 1-digit quotients with remainders. (example: 25/3 = 3r1)

Surface Area of Triangular Prisms (added June 12, 2015) MemberUsing the given formula, figure out the SA of three triangular prisms.

Surface Area of a Cylinder (added June 12, 2015) FreeTo calculate the S.A. of a cylinder, students must know the height and radius. Using the given values, find the S.A. for three different cylindrical shapes.

Surface Area of a Sphere (added June 12, 2015) MemberUse the given formula to determine the surface area of the spheres. Includes a sample, plus three spheres to solve.

Surface Area 2 (Basic) (added June 05, 2015) MemberThis worksheet has three solid shapes, with the dimensions labeled. Students determine the SA of each. Includes plenty of space to show work.

Surface Area (Formula) (added June 05, 2015) MemberPractice calculating S.A. using the mathematical formula SA = 2(h x w) + 2(w x l) + 2(l x h).

Foldable Rectangular Prism (Surface Area) (added June 05, 2015) MemberLearn about surface area by folding paper to make a 3D model of a rectangular prism. Count the squares on the sides to find the SA.

The Late Broom(Subtracting Money) (added June 05, 2015) Member

Why was the broom late? To discover the answer to this riddle, kids must subtract pairs of money amounts.

A Skunk Joke(Adding Money) (added June 05, 2015) Member

Did you hear the joke about the skunk? On this worksheet, students calculate the sums of two money amounts. Then they can use the sums to find the answer to the riddle.

Captain's Choice(Column Addition) (added June 03, 2015) Member

What do boats eat for breakfast? Find the sums by adding three addends together to see the answer.

Rabbits on Vacation(3-Digit Subtraction) (added June 02, 2015) Member

How do rabbits travel? To solve, complete a set of three-digit subtraction (with regrouping) math problems.

Sea Turtles (added June 01, 2015) MemberDid you know that sea turtles have been around since the time of the dinosaurs? Learn all about the fascinating world of sea turtles. Discover the names of the seven sea turtle species, learn about the obstacles baby sea turtles face when they hatch, and find out the dangers sea turtles face today.

Cookie Went to the Doctor(4-Digit Addition) (added May 29, 2015) Member

Why did the cookie visit his doctor? The answer will make your students laugh out loud. Solve 4-digit addition problems to decode the punchline.

Amazing Talking Dog(3-Digit Addition with Regrouping) (added May 29, 2015) Member

What's more amazing that a talking dog? To find out, solve these 3-digit addition problems and decode the answer to the riddle. Each problem requires carrying or regrouping.

May 29, 2015

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Surface Area (Basic) (added May 29, 2015) Free

Calculate the surface area of the three rectangular prisms shown. Show your work in the blank space to the right of each problem.

Paper Bag Puppet: Dog (added May 28, 2015) MemberHere's a canine puppet that your kids will enjoy making.

Paper Bag Puppet: Cat (added May 27, 2015) FreeThis paper bag puppet has a tail, four paws, a face, and pointy ears.

Easter: Bunny Rabbit (added May 26, 2015) MemberThis friendly Easter bunny puppet has long ears, funny teeth, a big mouth, and paws. Attach the body parts to a plain brown lunch bag.

Paper Bag Puppet: Valentine Bear (added May 26, 2015) MemberCrafty kids will enjoy making an adorable Valentine bear. Simply color, cut, and attach the head, body, and paws to a paper bag.

Paper Bag Puppet: Skeleton (added May 26, 2015) MemberColor, cut, and attach the skeleton head, body, arms, and legs to a paper lunch bag to make a cute puppet.

Surface Area 3 (Intermediate) (added May 19, 2015) MemberThis printable activity has four graphical shapes. Pupils calculate the surface area for each. Then they solve two word problems.

Surface Area 2 (Intermediate) (added May 19, 2015) MemberCalculate the surface area of three solid shapes. This worksheet includes space for students to show their work.

Surface Area (Intermediate) (added May 19, 2015) MemberFind the surface area of two rectangular prisms and an irregular solid shape.