Keep student work ORGANIZED with these simple worksheets. Many worksheets don't give students enough room to show their work and notebook paper can be hard to correct. These worksheets make it easy to correct and simple for students to use.
Students will represent mixed numbers on a ruler by coloring the whole number and fraction using different colors. (Worksheets for 1/2 inch and 1/4 inch are included) These worksheets could be added to units on both fractions and
Use these sheets to work on the skill of being a good sport! By using these, the social skill is reviewed and practiced before you sit down to play a game. Progress toward this skill is recorded and rewarded! Full directions for use are included.
This helpful tool will encourage your students to learn their address! Students are able to see where each part of their address comes from and then put them into the correct order to form their address.
Customize the document, print, then
Demonstrate to students how to represent mixed numbers on a ruler by coloring the whole number and fraction using different colors. (1/2 inch and 1/4 inch) This PowerPoint could be added to units on both fractions and measurement.
Students can use the "When I'm Frustrated" sheet to help them choose their calm down strategy. Use the "Take 4 Deep Breaths" page with velcro dots so that students can pull off a card after taking each breath.
**Works great for beginners and struggling students**
Use this workmat and worksheet to accompany assignments on elapsed time. Simply slip the workmat into a page protector and use dry erase crayons or markers to practice telling elapsed time.
This crossword template can be used for spelling or vocabulary words. It can be used on the computer or printed.
Directions: First, put each of your words into the boxes(write lightly). Number the first box of each word. Write down the number
Use this paper as an alternative to graph paper as a way for students to easily organize their math problems. Works great for multi-digit addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Especially helpful for students in 3rd - 6th grade. (15
This visual guide works well for students who are ready to work independently on this skill, but could use a reminder of the steps. This has helped my student to be more independent in two-digit subtraction.