FREEBIE! Students multiply and divide math problems, and their answers guide them through drawings of cute St. Patrick's Day themed characters. This worksheet come with an answer key and a teacher's guide for ideas. You are getting worksheet #1 from the St. Patrick's Day Buddies set listed below!
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Worksheet #1 – Multiplication and Division
Worksheet #2 – Addition and Subtraction with Decimals
Worksheet #3- Multiplication and Division with Decimals
Worksheet #4- Addition and Subtraction with Fractions
Worksheet #5- Multiplication and Division with Fractions
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