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We add new Spanish versions of our printable worksheets, games, and teaching tools all the time! This page highlights some of our most recent Spanish translations.
Have your students color this picture according to the number guide at the bottom to reveal a jack o'lantern.
Find the total for each of the money amounts. Then compare each set of money to see if they are >, <, or = to each other.
Write the running total of money for each bill and coin to find the final money amount.
Print out this file and cut apart the puzzle pieces along the dotted lines. Mix up the pieces and have students match the money illustrations to the correct money amount.
This printable file has 36 cards to cut apart and use to play and review money amounts up to $50.00. Eighteen of them have illustrations of different amounts of coins and bills and the other eighteen have money amounts on them. Match the correct illustration to the money amount.
This printable file contains 30 task cards. Each card has a set of bills and coins for students to find the total for. Students can mark the amounts on the answer page.
Find the money total for each of these money sets and compare each group to each other to see if they are <, >, or = to each other.
This worksheet has 4 sets of money to be counted. Write a running total above each bill and coin to find the final amount.
Use scissors to cut apart the puzzle pieces and mix them up. Match the illustrated money piece to the correct money total.
Print the cards on card stock paper and cut apart the cards on dotted lines. Lay the cards on the table mixed up and make sets of the cards with the picture of the money matched up to the money amount.
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Print and cut apart the 30 cards on this printable and they can be used in many ways including: as a learning center, group games, morning challenges, and as review.
Count the groups of money and write down the amounts. Compare each set using <, >, and = in the center box.
There are five word problems on this worksheet that need to be solved. Write out the money amounts in the space provided to help find the answers.
Count the coins and bills shown and write a running total above the money. Then write the final total on the line.
Print out these pages and cut out the puzzle pieces along the dotted lines. Place the puzzle pieces on the table or floor and have small groups match up each money set with the correct answer.
Print out the cards on card stock paper and cut them apart on the dotted lines. Mix them up and students will match together the cards with the coins and bills to the cards with the correct money amount.
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This printable activity has 30 task cards with coins and bills on it, all with different amounts up to $4.00. There are several ways for your students to use them including: scavenger hunts, learning centers, and more.
This printable worksheet has pictures of farm animals on the left side of the page and words on the right side. Use a pencil or crayon to draw a line and match the pictures to the words.
This printable has 18 cards that can be cut apart and used for fun practice. Half of them are animal pictures and the other half are the matching words. The ALT button has a black and white version.
Scissors, glue, and craft sticks are needed for this activity. Cut out the animals and use glue to adhere them to the sticks to create stick puppets. The ALT button has a black and white version.
Have your students use scissors to cut apart the cow, cat, pig, sheep, goat, hen, duck, and horse. Apply glue to one end of the paper strip and fit it to your finger to wear as a puppet. The ALT button has a black and white version.
Cut out the twelve animal picture squares and use glue to sort them on a T-chart between farm animals and zoo animals.
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Color the pictures and then cut along the dotted lines to assemble this farm animal flip book.
This printable has sixteen Halloween-themed writing ideas on a single page.
Here is a set of autumn-themed writing prompts on a single, printable page.
Here are some winter writing prompts for your students to choose from.
This page has 16 summer-themed writing prompts for students to choose from.
This single-page worksheet includes 16 different spring writing prompts for students to choose from.
This printable subtraction worksheet has twenty horizontal subtraction facts to be solved with minuends up to 20.
Have your students practice solving subtraction facts horizontally with this worksheet. There are 12 subtraction facts to solve with minuends of 10 or less.
This worksheet uses pictures of eggs to help students solve the subtraction problems and then write the number sentence to go with it.
Have your students solve the subtraction word problem by drawing a picture to help find the answer.
Find and draw the missing counters and then complete the subtraction fact.
Draw the counters in the space to provided to help form the number sentence for the subtraction problems.
Complete the picture models to help find the answer to the subtraction problems. Then write a subtraction fact for each.
Solve the basic math facts on this page and then color by number to reveal a colorful sailboat.
Solve the basic math facts on this worksheet and color each section according to the key at the bottom. The completed worksheet will reveal a rocketship in space.
Students will use their knowledge of basic math facts to balance the scales on this worksheet. For example: 4 and 3 on one side of the scale will equal 7 on the other side of the scale.
Cut apart the stars into 30 pieces. Have your students combine matching sums and numbers together to form stars.
Have your students solve these basic subtraction facts on this printable patriotic-themed worksheet.
This worksheet has 20 subtraction facts to solve with minuends up to 20.
Use the dominoes to make and solve these basic addition problems.
Use scissors to cut these 36 cards out along the dotted lines. Match the basic addition problem to the matching domino card.
Cut out these 36 cards. Flip all the cards face down. Have students take turns flipping the cards to make a match. Example: the "3 + 5" card will match the "8" card.
Solve the basic math problems in the picture. Use the answers to find what color each space should be and reveal a beach scene.
Practice elapsed time in thirty minute intervals. Print out the pennants on heavy card stock. Students write the start time, end time, and elapsed time. Cut them out and string them up in your classroom!
Practice elapsed time in five minute intervals. Print out the pennants on heavy card stock. Students write the start time, end time, and elapsed time. Cut them out and string them up in your classroom!
Practice elapsed time in one minute intervals. Print out the pennants on heavy card stock. Students write the start time, end time, and elapsed time. Cut them out and string them up in your classroom!
Help the mouse find the cheese. Count by 100s and write the missing numbers in the circles. (100 - 1000)
This cute rocket will travel through space to get to the star by counting by 25s. (25 - 250)