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Subtracting Socks Worksheet
Subtracting Socks Worksheet

Subtracting Socks Worksheet

Before beginning this exercise with your children, warm them up with a counting game. If math is not their favorite subject, use this worksheet. Help them read the two word problems, then use their fingers to count and subtract. Ask them to select the correct answer and check the box.
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Ancient Tomb Division and Multiplication Word Problems Worksheet
Ancient Tomb Division and Multiplication Word Problems Worksheet

Ancient Tomb Division and Multiplication Word Problems Worksheet

This worksheet teaches kids math, plus a bit about ancient Egypt. Read the text and point to the pictures to explain them. There are three word problems - help kids interpret and solve each one, then find and check the answer. 80 words
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Magnet Multiplication: 1-Step Word Problems Worksheet
Magnet Multiplication: 1-Step Word Problems Worksheet

Magnet Multiplication: 1-Step Word Problems Worksheet

Refresh your students' knowledge about magnets with a simple math worksheet. Download the PDF with two word problems, along with pictures to help. Read the problems to the class, and help them identify the correct answer by checking the box. This activity will help them harness their science knowledge and practice their math skills.
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Visiting the USA Worksheet
Visiting the USA Worksheet

Visiting the USA Worksheet

Do your kids love travelling? Ask them why and find out what they look forward to the most. People travel for a variety of reasons, such as adventure, holiday, or business. Juan and Jenn in the picture travel for adventure and have a goal they want to achieve. Read the word problems to your kids and help them pick the right equation and match the total.
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