My students loved doing these puzzles to practice ten more and ten less. This is a partial hundreds chart puzzle with missing numbers. Students need to finish the puzzle by using one more, one less and ten more, ten less strategies.
This is a fun way to practice telling time to five minutes. The students are rewarded with a part of an answer to a riddle for each clock they get right. My students love to get this as homework to help them practice telling time.
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This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice subtraction with three digit numbers. Each time they solve a problem they are rewarded with one answer to help solve a riddle. Some of the problems you need to regroup in both the tens place
This is a fun way to get your students to practice regrouping with three digits. Each time the solve a problem they get the answer to part of a riddle. My students love when they get to do this for math practice time. They even ask for more. I
This bundle includes 5 worksheets of two digit addition without regrouping and 3 worksheets of three digit addition without regrouping.
These worksheets are a great way for your students to practice adding. As they solve each problem your
This bundle includes 5 worksheets of two digit subtraction without regrouping and 3 worksheets of three digit subtraction without regrouping.
These worksheets are a great way for your students to practice subtraction. As they solve each problem
A practice worksheet and homework to help your students skip count on a number line.
Skip Counts by 2's 5's and 10's
Uses three digit numbers on the homework page
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This package includes four riddles to help students practice how to tell time to the hour and half hour.
One riddle with only hour clocks.
One riddle with only half hour clocks.
Two riddles with both hour and half hour clocks.
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This is a little worksheet to go with a measuring activity for your classroom. Students will be able to practice measuring with standard and nonstandard tools. Then they will be able to practice at home with the homework sheet attached.
Help your students recognize the difference between the B and D by teaching them with candy bars and doughnuts. If the bar comes first it is B, doughnut first D.
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