# Math sheets

## Collection by Shelly Dahlhauser • Last updated 8 weeks ago

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These hands-on number worksheets are great for teaching basic skills to preschoolers!

Learning and memorizing multiplication facts can be hard for students. I made this multiplication songs and tricks poster to help remind my students of the tricks and songs they can use to help them memorize their multiplication facts. My students keep this multiplication poster in their binders for easy reference. Tips are included for the multiplication facts for numbers 1 through 12. This post contains affiliate links. I earn a small commission each time someone makes a purchase using one…

My class was having a difficult time rounding to the nearest ten and to the nearest hundred so I made this worksheet to review with them. I hope you find this as useful as I did! Feedback is GREATLY appreciated! Kristina Stankovich...

Looking for some quick, no prep maths printables for your class? This printable preview includes seven math sheets including: -Balancing Equations -Circle Sums -True or False Facts -Place Value -Ice Cream Sum Sort -Roll and Solve -What Comes Before If you like these printables you should check ou...

Are you teaching division to your students? Here is a great way to start teaching long division. This template works well for 2-digit by 1-digit division. I would recommend laminating it so that students can write on it with dry erase markers and do multiple problems on the same template. The steps for division are included in the corner as a reminder.

Earth Day ♥ Earth Day Math ♥ Get ready for Earth Day with 6 free pages of addition fact practice. Your students will use the sums to decode an Earth Day message on each page. **updated with 2 additional pages designed specifically for kindergarten with smaller numbers** Check out more fun activi...

Roll and Solve- Roll a die and solve a subtraction problem and race to the top…

This freebie comes with 18 colorful multiplication and division task cards, student answer sheets as well as answer keys for students to check their work. There are a mixture of multiplication word problems and division word problems. Students need to determine which skill is needed to solve the problem and then write the equation on their answer sheet. The questions cover the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables. The cards will work well in stations, individual work and for early finishers.

Preschool Daily Math Journal-Maximize every second of instructional time by having students complete their Daily Math Journal when they arrive at school!

Partial Product Multiplication Box Generate Free Printable Math Worksheets: You need to enable JavaScript to view this page. Want to multiply classroom engagement? Then it’s time to gamify learning! Transform your next math lesson into a thrilling treasure hunt adventure with these simple sheets. Check Out the Math Activity Pack Take A Seat, Let’s Get…

October Ghost Shapes Graph freebie for Halloween and fall. Color, count, and graph the shapes. Show students how to color each shape following the color key on top of the page. Next, demonstrate how to count the shapes and graph them. This is a fun Halloween math activity for reinforcing shape names, counting objects to 10, and teaching graph skills. More October Worksheets This sample page is from my October Math & Literacy Packet. View it here. Thanks for trying out my worksheets…

FREE worksheets for toddlers and preschoolers to learn numbers and number recognition. Use with dabber dot markers for a fun preschool math and coloring activity!

A blog by Melanie Lloyd (From the Pond) about classroom activities and printables for K-3 learners.

Grab this rekenreks FREEBIE to practice addition (rekenrek).:

This FREE printable Color the Shapes Emergent Reader is a fun way for kids to practice identifying shapes with real world objects!

Help your students become familiar with common shapes while learning color recognition and fine motor skills with this "color the shapes" worksheet! Shapes included are a square, circle, diamond, triangle, star, and rectangle. The colors used are red, blue, yellow, green, orange, and purple but feel to use your own creativity and instruct your students to change the colors to the colors of your choosing.