Divisibility rules for 2, 5, 10, 3, 9, 6, and 4 are given, along with examples. The notes are followed by 3 practice pages in which students must check the columns to indicate which numbers the given value is divisible by. The first practice
Guided practice for long division with decimals. Process and examples illustrate how to divide with decimals in the dividend and in the divisor, including adding 0's in the dividend. Practice problems follow.
Guided notes for fraction vocabulary terms including numerator, denominator, proper fraction, improper fraction, mixed number, and equivalent fractions. Students fill in blanks to complete definitions and examples are provided for each term.
Students are given 24 values in fraction or decimal form. Four number lines follow, in thirds, fourths, fifths, and halves. Based on the denominator of the fraction, students place each value on the proper number line.
These guided worksheets help students develop rules for adding and subtracting negative numbers. Students begin with the use of number lines and transfer to solving problems without the number line by exploring patterns and developing rules.
This is a guided notes worksheet containing central tendency vocabulary terms (minimum, maximum, range, mode, median, mean). Students fill in the blanks to complete definitions and then practice the term with an example. This can be used as a
Practice in estimation skills involving fractions. Students start with common fractional values of fourths, thirds, halves, and eighths. On the second page, they use these common fractions as references to find decimals and percents in other
Students practice placing fractions, decimals, and mixed numbers on 3 different number lines: one in thirds, one in fourths, and one in fifths. The decimals are values that will convert to a common fraction in the given denominator.
This is a guided notes page for comparing fractions. Various strategies are given including common numerators, common denominators, comparing to halves and wholes, cross multiplying, and converting to decimals. Students should recognize when
This is a follow-up worksheet to Exploring Number Forms 1. It is a highly visual worksheet that helps students explore number concepts and number values involving fractions. Students convert fractional values into decimals and percents and
This is a highly visual worksheet that helps students explore number concepts and number values involving fractions. Students convert common fractional values into decimals and percents and represent those values through several picture models.
This worksheet is designed for practice with common conversions involving fractions in halves, thirds, fourths, and fifths. The first page gives the fractions and has students fill in the decimals and percents. The second page mixes up the values
This is a guided note sheet, demonstrating and explaining the process for solving equations using inverse operations. It includes examples for simple equations, 2-step equations, and variables on both sides.
This chart explores the concept of fractions, how to read fractions, and how fractions relate to the concept of division. Students complete the chart for several values and use those ideas to practice matching equivalent values. The second page