Writing Algebraic Expressions. Write simple expressions in algebraic form with a variable. 5th through 7th Grades.
Basic Addition (0-10). This page has lots of activities to use when teaching basic addition facts. Includes a memory match game, dice games, bingo, drill worksheets, flashcards, number line practice, and much more. All facts have addends between 0 and 10. (examples: 2+8, 9+6) Approx. levels: Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades.
The printable worksheets on this page feature simple division with remainders, as well as long division problems. Create your own long division worksheets! You choose the number of digits in the dividend and the divisor. Also tell if you would like remainders.
Word problems (or story problems) allow kids to apply what they have learned in math class to real-world situations. Word problems build higher-order thinking, critical problem-solving, and reasoning skills.