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Cut out and hide these cards all over the classroom. Then have students look for them and answer the questions on the attached worksheet. It's an engaging way to get students learning about the history and culture of ancient Rome.
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On this page students will complete sentences, write their own sentences, and more all using the present tense forms of be.
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Cut out these task cards and use them to practice the present tense forms of to be. Create learning centers, post the cards as daily challenges, laminate them for students to write on with dry-erase markers, or find another educational use for them.
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This worksheet includes a helpful table showing the three present tense forms of be and when they are used. Students can refer back to this table as they complete the worksheet filling in the missing words in the sentences.
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Each sentence on this page uses an incorrect form of the verb be. Students will circle the incorrect word and rewrite the sentence using the correct form.
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Reinforce your students' understanding of the present tense form of be with this worksheet. They'll fill in either am, is, or are depending on the information given in the sentence.
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Read the sentences and circle the correct present tense form of the verb be.
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Use this anchor chart to show your students how the verb be is used in present tense. The page includes a chart and examples of the words am, is, and are used in sentences.
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Determine which forms of the verb be to use for all of the given contexts on the page.
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These printable task cards can be used as a fun way to get students practicing conjugating the verb to be.
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This worksheet features a reference table with all of the forms of the verb be. Students can use it to help them complete the sentences using the correct forms of the verb based on the context provided.
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Print off this page to give students a bit of extra practice with conjugating the verb to be.
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Complete the sentences on this page by filling in the blank spaces with the correct forms of be using the tenses or participles specified.
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Practice all tenses and participles of the verb be with this worksheet. Students will read each sentence and circle the correct form of the verb for the given context.
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This worksheet asks students to correctly conjugate the verb be in present and past tense. There are several different types of questions, such as fill-in-the-blank and writing a sentence.
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Reinforce the correct conjugations of the verb be by having students answer the questions on these task cards.
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This worksheet includes a table at the top of the page with the present and past tense forms of the verb to be. Students can refer to the table to complete the sentences.
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Each of the sentences on this worksheet use the incorrect form of the verb be. Circle it and rewrite the sentence using the correct form on the line below.
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Complete each sentence by writing the correct form of the verb be on the blank line using the tense shown in parentheses.
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There are two options of the verb be for each of these sentences. Circle the correct ones to correctly complete the sentences.
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This handy anchor chart shows the past and present tense conjugations of the verb be in a chart and used in sentences.
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Finish this series strong with a picture graph, time calculations, and other interesting daily word problems. If you've been doing this set in order, your students may be ready to move on to our second grade series!
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This week students will use logic and reasoning skills, as well as other important math skills to solve these realistic word problems.
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This week your students will read and interpret a bar graph, draw time on a clock, practice their addition and subtraction skills, and more!
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Practice a variety of skills this week such as comparing measurements, counting, and more. When your students successfully finish this packet, they may be ready to move on to our 1st grade unit.
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This week students will practice comparing lengths of objects as well as amounts. They'll also continue honing other important math skills such as addition, subtraction, and counting.
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Use ten frames, pictures, and your early math skills to help solve these word problems.
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Compare tallest and shortest objects, add and count to 20, and subtract within 20.
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Practice shape recognition, counting, comparing lengths of objects, and more.
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Fill in a tally chart, count by tens, draw lines to divide a shape into equal parts, and practice more important math skills with this week's daily word problems.
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Use realistic scenarios described in these word problems to help students practice crucial elementary math skills.
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This week, students will complete a tally chart, add time and draw it on a clock, add, and subtract.
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With this week's word problems, students will add 3 or more numbers, show time on an analog clock, subtract, and more.
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Get some more daily practice with key math skills such as telling time, reading and making a tally chart, addition, and more.
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Visual elements help young students practice and understand important math concepts such as counting, comparing, and more.
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Refine skills such as counting, subtraction, and ten frames with this week's daily word problems.
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These worksheets are a quick daily activity to help students practice and remember key math skills.
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Continue practicing important early math skills such as counting, using ten frames, and subtraction with this week's daily word problems.
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This outline shows a breakdown of how to solve a 5-digit addition problem using the partial sums method. Several pages include space for students to write in numbers on their own, while the last page shows an example of a completed problem with all work shown.
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This handy anchor chart shows a completed example of a 5-digit by 5-digit addition problem solved using partial sums. It also includes a few sentences summarizing how to solve such problems.
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Use the partial sums method to solve the addition problems on this page. Boxes are included to write each partial sum.
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Use the graph paper to keep your work written neatly as you solve these 5-digit problems with the partial sums method.
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Write each of the partial addends and sums in their appropriate boxes and add the partial sums together to get the total sums for these 5-digit addition problems.
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Find the answers to these addition problems by using the partial sums method. Boxes provide ample space to show work.
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Solve the 4-digit addition problems on this page using partial sums. A helpful example to refer back to is included at the top of the page.
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Use the graph paper to show your work when solving the six addition problems on this page.
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This anchor chart easily outlines how to split up 4-digit addition problems using partial sums. It includes a complete example of a solved problem.
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This printout outlines how to solve 4-digit addition problems with partial sums in an easy-to-understand way.
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On this worksheet, students will practice their addition skills using the partial sums method.
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This printable shows a step-by-step example of how to solve a 3-digit addition problem with partial sums. Students can reference the example as they complete 9 other problems.
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