New Spanish Translations on STW
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.
Students will write the missing numbers on this chart. This version has about a dozen blank spaces.
This version of the chart has only a few numbers missing. Students write the missing numbers in the chart.
Choose a fraction from each circle at the top of the page. Then find the sum.
Choose a fraction from each circle shown at the top of the page. Then subtract.
Choose a 5-digit number from each circle. Then add to find the sum.
Choose one number from each circle. Then subtract the smaller number from the larger number.
Choose numbers from each circle. Add them together to find the sums. Do this six times.
Add six pairs of numbers. Choose numbers from the circles at the top of the page.
Choose numbers from the circles and add them together. Add six pairs.
This worksheet shows fruit divided into groups. Students use repeated addition to find the totals. Then write each as a multiplication fact.
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Use models to solve multiplication facts using repeated addition.
This page has 6 blank Venn diagrams. Teachers and/or students can fill them in to create custom lessons.
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Count the boxes and rows to solve the repeated addition problems.
Use repeated addition to solve these basic facts. Includes illustrations of fruit as models.
Draw straight lines to match each solid shape illustration to a real-life object that it represents. For example, a student would draw a line from a picture of a sphere to a soccer ball.
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Cut out the sea animal picture squares, sort them into two groups, and glue them onto the paper. Animals include manatee, dolphin, starfish, jellyfish, whale, and seahorse.
Answer four short-answer questions about light. Covers transparent, translucent, and opaque substances, as well as rainbow formation, refraction, and reflection.
Color only the shapes that are divided into equal parts.
Tell whether each shape is divided into halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, or sixths.
Choose a fairy tale a complete the research report on it. This file has seven pages of simple questions and graphic organizers for students to answer about their story.
First use the cypher key to decode the mystery symbols into regular numbers. Then subtract.
(example: 6,526 - 2,818)
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Kids love these math code activities. First they use the key to decode the mystery symbols. Then they multiply the numbers together.
Compare pairs of 5-digit numbers using <, >, and =.
First use the cipher key to decode the secret numbers. Then compare each pair of numbers using mathematical symbols.
Here's another hamburger paragraph writing organizer. This version has lots of space to write the topic sentence, details, and closing sentence. If you'd like a color version, click the "Alt" button below.
Choose a fairy tale, and record fairy tale elements on this castle-themed graphic organizer. Boxes include: good characters, evil characters, magic, enchanted characters, royalty, poverty, and number patterns.
When you examine these two completed multiplication problems, you'll observe that each one has an error. Find the error and explain it in words. The re-solve the incorrect problem.
If you looks closely at these completed multiplication probems, you'll notice that each one has an error. Student are to find and explain the errors, then re-solve.
Examine the solved math problems. There are errors in the solutions. Explain the errors and then re-solve.
These completed multiplication problems have mistakes in them. Find and explain the error in each. Then resolve.
Decode sets of symbols into numbers. Compare each group with "greater than," "less than," or "equal to."
On this one, children will figure out the numbers and then round to the nearest thousand.
Use the cypher key at the top of the page to decode the 3 and 4-digit numbers. Then round each to the nearest hundred.
Decode the numbers, then round each one to the nearest ten. (example: 264 rounds to 260)
This version has 3-digit dividends and 2-digit quotients. Each prolbme has a remainder.
These problems have 3-digit dividends, 2-dgit quotients, and no remainders.
For this activity, students will be solving problems that have 1-digit quotients with simple reminders.
Convert the pictures into numbers, then write the quotient for each basic division fact.
Multiply 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers in this cypher-code activitiy.
Here you'll multiply pairs of double-digit numbers together.
(example: 84 x 51)
Multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.
(example: 166 x 7)
First decode the numbers using the key at the top of the page. Then find the product for each pair of numbers.
(example: 54 x 6)
Solve the 3-digit multiplication patterns.
(example: 700 x 8)
Translate the picto-code numbers into "regular numbers" and then solve. All problems require students to subtract 4-digit numbers across zero. (example: 5,000-2,614)
These 3-digit subtraction problems require students to borrow across zero. (example: 400-126)
After decoding the numbers using the key, students will subtract to find the differences.
Students will need to borrow/regroup to solve the subtraction problems on this sheet.
These coded problems have up to 4 addends, with 2, 3, or 4 digits in each.
Use the cypher key at the top of the worksheet to decode the addends in these column addition problems.