Missing Operator Worksheets Posted

Tweet Several users have requested a series of worksheets where the student is presented with a solved math problem, but they have to fill in the operator or rule that was used to get the answer. I created a series of worksheets for addition and subtraction, multiplication and division and for all four operators. These track [...] . . . → Read More: Missing Operator Worksheets Posted

A few worksheet fixes…

Tweet Thanks to readers for pointing out a few issues that I fixed up today. The Mixed Multiplication and Division Word Problems Worksheets were only showing multiplication problems and this has been corrected. Also, the title sections for the Ordering Numbers Worksheets were reversed, so if you looked in the section for greatest to least ordering [...] . . . → Read More: A few worksheet fixes…

Year 3 maths worksheet: train fares

Tweet Here we have a worksheet which looks at the cost of going to the seaside by train for the day! There are several concepts involved in this page. Adults are used to this kind of chart showing prices, but it will probably be unfamiliar to children who will need some explanation on how to read the [...] . . . → Read More: Year 3 maths worksheet: train fares

Year 4 maths worksheet: relate addition and subtraction

Tweet One of the most important concepts for children to understand in the early years is the relationship between addition and subtraction. Given one set of facts they should be able to deduce several other facts. For example: If 40 + 30 = 70 then: 30 + 40 = 70 and 70 – 40 = 30 and 70 – 30 [...] . . . → Read More: Year 4 maths worksheet: relate addition and subtraction

006 TMD The Commutative Property of Addition in Life and Math (repeat of 2-19-10)

Tweet Not all math questions are as difficult as they seem. Learn to take advantage of the commutative property of addition to simplify problem solving. Questions go to mathdude@quickanddirtytips.com or 206-339-6279. Like what you hear? Help us out by writing a review at iTunes! Listen to the math podcast here . . . → Read More: 006 TMD The Commutative Property of Addition in Life and Math (repeat of 2-19-10)