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.
(added September 11, 2018)
In this math card game, students take turns matching each subtraction fact with its answer.
(added September 6, 2018)
Download and cut apart subtraction flashcards. Use them for small group instruction, independent practice, or classroom games.
This multiplication table features negative and positive integers ranging from negative four through positive four.
Color the cones red, the spheres blue, and the cylinders green.
Using this printable activity, students can find their matching puzzle piece by solving basic addition problems.
Find the area of the irregular shape (rectilinear figure) by finding the areas of each rectangle within the shape and then adding those together.
First, multiply to find the areas of the individual rectangles. Then, add them together to find the area of the irregular shape (rectilinear figure).
After plotting and connecting the listed points, students find they have drawn a firetruck!
Multiply decimals to find the areas of each rectangle that makes up the irregular shape (rectilinear figure). Then add those together to find the total area.
Find the area of the irregular shapes (rectilinear figures) by finding the areas of the individual rectangles and adding them together.
Have you seen the Super Teacher Blog?
We post fun, new teaching ideas every month.
Be sure to check it out. STW's Blog >>
On the four quadrant graph paper, plot and connect the points in each group to reveal a ladybug. Very challenging with many points to plot, both positive and negative!
Solve each word problem by dividing fractions by whole numbers.
Students will create a drawing of a mighty triceratops by plotting the provided points.
Using the given coordinates, students will plot the points that will reveal a rabbit.
Solve these mixed number multiplication word problems. Simplify your answers.
Solve these fraction multiplication problems about a trip to the craft store.
We give away a different prize for teachers
each month. Enter to win on our contest page!
STW's Contest Page >>
Using the table, students find the volume of various boxes and color the illustrations based on the results. Decimals are used in the measurements of the sides.
Students find the volume of 12 rectangular prisms with decimal dimension measurements.
Students use the formula for finding volume of a rectangular prism. This worksheet uses decimals in one, two, or all three dimensions.
A set of 30 task cards to practice subtracting mixed numbers with unlike denominators.
Solve these mixed number addition problems with unlike denominators. Don't forget to simplify your answers!
Solve fraction subtraction problems with unlike denominators. Simplify your answers.
¿Hablas espanol? Many of our worksheets
have been translated into Spanish!
Click the button below worksheet
descriptions to view our Spanish translations.
Add fractions with unlike denominators and write the sum on the answer page.
Add pairs of mixed numbers with unlike denominators. This page has 12 problems, and there is space for students to show their work.
Color the robot picture by answering the subtraction facts and using the key.
Solve the subtraction facts and color according to the key to reveal a fox!
After solving basic multiplication facts, students color the picture to reveal a fun robot!
Students solve multiplication facts and use the color key to color the picture of a fox.
By coloring the areas according to the color key, students reveal a fun robot!
Students color the areas in based on the key found on the bottom of the page.
Using the key based on quotients, color the robot picture after solving the division problems.
Students solve basic division problems to color in the picture of a fox using the key.
As students color the spaces based on the basic addition sums, an adorable robot appears.
Solve basic addition problems and color the areas based on the sum. The final version features a cute fox.
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.
These printable task cards have division problems with fractions. Use these cards for small group instruction, classroom games, learning centers, or peer study sessions.
Here are 30 task cards with problems that require students to divide mixed numbers. Use these cards for extra practice, learning centers, or small group instruction. They also work great for whole-group instruction with a document camera.
This card set has 30 mixed number multiplication problems. Use these cards for classroom scavenger hunts, small group instruction, peer help sessions, or morning math challenges.
Here are 30 task cards that you can use on your document camera, for small group instruction, or for classroom games.
Subtract mixed numbers. These 12 problems are written horizontally and have like denominators.
Find sums and differences for the pairs of numbers. All problems written horizontally.
On this page you'll find 12 horizontal mixed number addition problems. All addends have like denominators.
This worksheet has twelve horizontal fraction addition problems. All problems have unlike denominators.
Here are some horizontal problems for adding and subtracting mixed numbers with unlike denominators. All problems are horizontal.
This printable has basic, horizontal problems with like denominators. Includes a mix of addition and subtraction problems.
This worksheet features both addition and subtraction problems. All problems are horizontal and have unlike denominators.
This page contains a dozen horizontal problems. Find differences between pairs of fractions with unlike denominators and simplify. (example: 4/5 - 2/3)
This practice sheet has 12 horizontal problems. Add fractions with like denominators and simplify the answer. (example: 2/7 + 3/7)
This page has twelve subtraction problems. Problems have like denominators (example: 4/5 - 2/5)