# csdax Printables

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Last updated Feb 2018, to include the review of questions from recent years, up to 2017. I went through all the published sections of the Grade 3 EQAO tests for the years 2010 - 2017, to find the 'math facts'. These are facts that need to be known
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A fun way to help students practice their French numbers up to one hundred. Students read the numbers written in words, and shade them on the 1-100 number square to make Halloween pictures. A simple idea that gives them lots of practice!
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Most homework we give students is to be handed in a day or two later. When taking on a project with a deadline that may be several days or weeks away, students can easily fall into the trap of thinking 'I have ages. I don't need to start it yet'.
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Word problems for 2 x 2 digit long multiplication. These are straightforward problems giving students practice at long multiplication where the numbers are not laid out in the usual 'algorithm' layout. Created by Csdax-Printables
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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A fun way to help students practice their French numbers up to one hundred. Students read the numbers written in words, and shade them on the 1-100 number square to make pictures. A simple idea that gives them lots of practice! Three number
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French Number Pictures A fun way to give your students practice with French numbers 1 to 100, written in words. Three more pictures with a Halloween theme.
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If you told a class that your sister was 3 metres tall, would they believe you? This set of statements about measurements is intended to help classes consider what's reasonable and what's not. They're intended to be discussed as a class, rather
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I made this sheet for my daughter, who was having problems with nous and vous, so I thought I'd share it on here. It's a simple reminder of the French pronouns, and eight easy situations where they would be used. The student fills in the blanks in
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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Many students have difficulty with word problems, deciding what numbers they need to use, and whether to multiply or divide. This worksheet gives them practice at interpreting the questions, with relatively simple numbers and situations. The
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A collection of multiplication problems given in words, with a Halloween theme. The wording is not complicated, and the questions are all two-digit by two-digit. PDF format
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Looking for number squares but don't need a full page for each? Here are two per page.
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Just a quick number square I put together to practice numbers up to 100. About half the numbers are missing, and students need to fill in the missing numbers. I actually made this for my daughter, but I thought I might as well put it here in case
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I seem to use 10 x 10 squares a lot, so here's one of my standard templates to save you the trouble of making your own!
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This is a game that can be played individually or with a large class. The aim is to make the biggest 4-digit number possible, using numbers rolled on a die. Students roll a die and have to decide whether to write the digit in the units, tens,
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This is a challenge based on the game of Scrabble. In Scrabble, when you add a letter to the beginning or end of another word, it is called a 'hook'. e.g. Starting with the word AT, various letters can be added to the beginning, to make CAT, FAT,
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This is not so much a worksheet for classes, as for clubs, but I thought I'd share it anyway! In Scrabble, a word that uses all seven letters is called a Bingo. It scores an extra 50 points! Making bingos can seem impossible, or just a matter of
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Blank 10 x 10 grids that can be used for any purpose. 2 per page. I find this size more useful that the bigger ones, in many situations. Just something I made for myself and thought I could save others the time of making one. :) This is available
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Ten straightforward division word problems, to give students the opportunity to practice turning word problems into numbers. Zip file includes word and pdf versions.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Students are given nine statements about a trip to Paris, and must determine whether they are in the past, present or future.
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For someone who is not currently employed as a teacher (I'm actually an Engineer), I seem to spend quite a bit of time in front of a class. My kids are in grade 3 and SK, and I've done various presentations in their classrooms, from an introduction to the solar system, to demonstrations of simple machines. I also help out in some other classes in the school, taking groups of students to do science experiments, math assessments, or anything else that's needed. At various times, I've tutored small groups in math or reading during breaks or after school. Basically, I like to pitch in wherever I'm needed!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I'm very much a 'stand-at-the-front-of-the-class-and-explain-stuff' kind of teacher. I like to interact and have the students ask questions and lead the direction of the discussion to where they're interested. Almost any subject can lead off in six different directions, but all of them help to give students a deeper 'grasp' of the whole subject, rather than determining in advance which specific details to focus on. When kids really understand a subject, they don't need to worry about memorizing details because the details fall into place on top of the foundation of understanding.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Kids enjoy my teaching and understand when I explain things. That's good enough for me!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Instead of studying teaching my whole time at university, I started by getting my Engineering Degree, then did my teacher training after that. After a year or two of teaching high school math, I chose Engineering as my career. I just do the teaching for fun!

I love Teachers Pay Teachers! I've spent so much time writing worksheets, and it's good to now be able to see if others have already done something I can use, or if I can share mine so other teachers don't have to duplicate my time. Win-win!