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Algebra Worksheets - Free Printables and Online Practice

Algebra Worksheets - Free Printables and Online Practice | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

Download printable algebra worksheets for Algebra 1, algebra 2, pre-algebra, elementary algebra, and intermediate algebra. You can also complete the free algebra worksheets online. An algebra solver resource to practice.

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Reading and Writing Numbers in Expanded Form, Standard Form and Written Form

Reading and Writing Numbers in Expanded Form, Standard Form and Written Form | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

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8 activities/assignments
19 pages total, including a personal word wall for writing out numbers

Directions Include: 
Write each number in written form. 
Choose the correct written form for a given number.
Write each number in standard form.
Fill in the Place Value Chart with the numbers below. 
Write each number in expanded form.
Matching standard form, written form and expanded form

This lesson also includes a 6 page, 20 question Word Problems activity/assessment filled with a variety of questions involving standard form, expanded form, written form and place value.

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FREE Elementary Geometry Review: Angles, Shapes and Perpendicular Lines

FREE Elementary Geometry Review: Angles, Shapes and Perpendicular Lines | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

2 pages.

This lesson asks students to provide the name, rays and vertex of a given angle.

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Free Math Resources via Math Learning Center

Free Math Resources via Math Learning Center | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it
MLC offers a variety of free math resources, including downloadable teacher and student materials.
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FREE - Rounding Numbers and Estimating Sums Printable

FREE - Rounding Numbers and Estimating Sums Printable | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

This lesson requires students to round 2 - 5 digit numbers to the nearest Tens, Hundreds and Thousands Place.

Students are also asked to estimate the sum or 3 - 4 digit numbers.

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1000s FREE Primary Teaching Resources & Printables via SparkleBox

1000s FREE Primary Teaching Resources & Printables via SparkleBox | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

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Skip Counting by 5s - Fish (FREE)

Skip Counting by 5s - Fish (FREE) | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

2 pages - Each line has 5 fish. Skip count by 5s to find the sum. Students are asked to skip count by 5s up to groups of 10.

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Graphic Organizer: Urban, Rural and Suburban Communities

Graphic Organizer: Urban, Rural and Suburban Communities | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

Social Studies / Community Studies Lesson that asks students to draw a picture of each community and describe what specific things you can find in each setting.

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Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures

Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it
29 pages Activity Includes: * Teacher Instructions * 14 Images * Response Handouts for Lessons * List of Possible Responses * Additional Inference Carousel
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Guided Writing for Halloween: My Spooky Story

Guided Writing for Halloween: My Spooky Story | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

Directions: Read the paragraph. Then, circle the orange words that make the paragraph about what you like!

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Free Even and Odd Number Assessment

Free Even and Odd Number Assessment | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

This 5 page mini packet is a 26 question even vs. odd number assessment.

 

Materials needed per student:


1 blue crayon

1 green crayon

1 pencil

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Free Worksheets via Have Fun Teaching

Free Worksheets via Have Fun Teaching | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it
Free Worksheets, Coloring Pages, Flash Cards, Activities, Songs, Videos, and Games for Teachers, Parents, and Kids
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Free Worksheet Printables via FreePrintableOnline.com

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For access to thousands of free printables, from worksheets, calendars, cards, and invitations, to games, crafts and more!
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Elementary Geometry: Angles, Shapes and Parallel Lines II

Elementary Geometry: Angles, Shapes and Parallel Lines II | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

2 activities, 2 pages each. Geometry lesson that asks students to draw and identify various shapes, lines and angles including:

Right Angles
Obtuse Angles
Acute Angles
Vertex of the Angle
Parallel Lines
Perpendicular Lines
Rays
Quadrangles and other shapes

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Skip Counting by 2s - Cherries (FREE)

Skip Counting by 2s - Cherries (FREE) | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

Each pair of cherries has 2 cherries. Skip count by 2s to find the sum. 

Students are asked to skip count by 2s up to groups of 10. 

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Personal Student Dictionary - Word Meaning Graphic Organizer

Personal Student Dictionary - Word Meaning Graphic Organizer | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

This 1 page graphic organizer can be used for each vocabulary word in the student's personal dictionary.

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Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures and Captions

Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures and Captions | Free Elementary Worksheet Printables | Scoop.it

32 pages Activity Includes: * Teacher Instructions * 15 Images and Captions * Response Handouts for Lessons * Additional Inference Activies*

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Materials Needed:
*1 clipboard, white board or solid, portable surface for each student to write on
*Tape, Velcro or a similar device to post the images around the classroom
*15 pieces of colored construction paper (optional)

STEP 1: 
Before the students enter the class, post the 15 pictures clockwise around the room in numerical order. I would recommend being creative with where you are placing the pictures. Don’t make it TOO easy for the students to find them. Place some on the floor, windows, behind doors, on the sides of shelves, etc. I would also suggest placing a sheet of colored construction paper on the back of each picture so that it will stand out from the other papers you have throughout the classroom. 


STEP 2: 
When it’s time to begin the lesson, inform your students that you have posted several pictures throughout the room and explain that their job is to review each photo and make an inference based on the images and captions. They will record their responses on the handouts provided as they walk around the room with their clipboards / personal white boards. They should not debate about the photos with each other until after the lesson. All answers should be original and students should not be asking each other for their opinions on the pictures until they finish the carousel. 

THIS IS A SILENT ACTIVITY.


The goal is for students to make an educated guess about what is happening (or what will happen) based on what they see, what they’ve read and what they know or have personally experienced. Ultimately, they should read between the lines and expand upon the storyline provided. Students should avoid repeating the caption in their responses, but that doesn’t necessarily make their responses incorrect. The Possible Responses provided on the following pages will give you a better idea of the more acceptable inferences. 



STEP 3: 
Individually call on students to begin the Inference Carousel. For example, the first student you select should start at Picture #1 (or whatever number you choose). The next student should begin at the following (or different) picture and then continue walking clockwise around the room. Students should make sure the picture they are currently looking at corresponds to the correct number on their handout. If they begin at Picture #12, they should be recording their responses on the sheet where it says “Picture #12”. 
Please stress the importance of paying attention to the “Picture #” when recording their answers.


STEP 4: 
Once my students were finished with the carousel, we reviewed each photo with the responses from around the room to generate a discussion about how and why they came up with their inferences. Obligating them to include the word “because” in all of their responses made it much easier for them to explain the reasoning behind their conclusions and gave room for other students to argue their opinions when they didn’t make the same inference.

***Please note that you only need to print pages 1-20 for the first lesson***


Lesson Modifications:
Inference Merry – Go – Round 
An alternative to having students walk around the room would be to put their desks together in the form of a large circle. Pass out the images one at a time and have students continually circulate the pictures until everyone finished. A student should never have more than one picture at their desk at once. This is another reason why it is very important for them to pay close attention to the “Picture #s”. Please note that you can conduct the lesson in the very same way, the only difference is that the students remain seated.

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