Basic math application Worksheets for Kids

Our Basic Math Application Worksheets are designed to help students build a strong foundation in basic mathematical concepts through engaging and interactive exercises. These worksheets provide numerous benefits for learners of all ages and skill levels.

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Making a Graph: Flowers Worksheet

Kids will love this engaging PDF graph. They'll count flowers and use checkmarks to represent the number on the graph, tangibly seeing the differences in an organized way they contributed to. All while developing their number representation and concrete number sense skills without even realizing it!
Making a Graph: Flowers Worksheet
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Pencil Case Math Worksheet

Show students a picture of simple, colorful objects they know, like pencils and erasers. Ask them to count the objects and identify the equations in the center. Guide them in solving the equations and tracing a line to the correct answer.
Pencil Case Math Worksheet
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Inches, Feet and Yards Worksheet

Explain the size of measurements to your child by comparing them to objects they can visualize. For example, one inch is a bottle cap and one foot is the size of a hammer. Then, explain that one yard is the width of a door. Then, go through worksheets, circling the best estimates for each object's length.
Inches, Feet and Yards Worksheet
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Shape Explosion Worksheet

This worksheet shows students how some shapes explode into two or more equal parts. On the left side are four shapes, each splitting into two or more parts. Ask your child to point out which shape has the smaller share, and help them circle the correct number of shares.
Shape Explosion Worksheet
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Time to Catch the Train Part 1 Worksheet

Time is essential for us; it lets us know when to do various things. Your kids likely wake up at a specified hour and prepare for the school bus. Demonstrate to them that time-telling is vital, and show them there are multiple ways to show time. Point to the time written on the left and the watches in the picture. Assist your children to check the box that corresponds to the time.
Time to Catch the Train Part 1 Worksheet
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