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This printable activity has four graphical shapes. Pupils calculate the surface area for each. Then they solve two word problems.Surface Area 2 (Intermediate) (added May 19, 2015) Member
Calculate the surface area of three solid shapes. This worksheet includes space for students to show their work.Surface Area (Intermediate) (added May 19, 2015) Free
Find the surface area of two rectangular prisms and an irregular solid shape.Surface Area: Introduction (added May 19, 2015) Member
This worksheet has an explanatory box to show students how to solve surface area problems. Then there are asked to find the SA for three different rectangular prisms.How to Pet a Dolphin (Fiction) (added May 19, 2015) Member
Jordan and his sister Dani have never touched a dolphin before! Join them on an outing to the aquarium to learn "how to pet a dolphin".Skunk Alert (added May 19, 2015) Member
Learn many fascinating facts about skunks! Did you know that skunks are actually very shy? Discover this and much more!Roller Coaster Thrills (Non-Fiction) (added May 19, 2015) Member
Find out the science behind roller coasters and how they operate. Learn about potential energy, kinetic energy, and momentum.Missing Socks (Readers' Theater) (added May 14, 2015) Member
Caleb has set out to solve the mystery of his missing socks. Will he be able to discover what keeps making his socks disappear?Game: "I have / Who has" (UK Money) (added May 13, 2015) Member
Play a whole-class card game in which students count British coins.A-Maze-ing Puzzle: Toothed Whales (added May 11, 2015) Member
Connect the letters in the names of the toothed whale species. (beaked whale, beluga, dolphin, porpoise, sperm whale, and narwhal) Write the unused letters to reveal a fun fact. "Toothed whales use echolocation by sending off sounds that echo off objects. This helps them hunt and navigate."Foldable Game: Counting Syllables (added April 29, 2015) Member
Students cut and fold to make an origami fortune teller (cootie catcher) game. When they play, they count the number of syllables in words. Word list includes: phone, calculator, dinosaur, eraser, information, yellow, lunch, and hamburger.Foldable Game: Solar System (added April 29, 2015) Member
Students cut and fold to make an origami cootie catcher (fortune teller) game. When they play, students answer questions about the solar system. Questions include: What are the four inner planets? How many stars are in our solar system? Who was the first person to walk on the moon?Foldable Fortune Teller Game:
Rounding to the Nearest Ten (added April 29, 2015) Member
Students begin by making a foldable, origami fortune teller (cootie catcher) game. When they play, students will round 2-digit numbers to the nearest ten.Foldable Game: Matter (added April 29, 2015) Member
Students make a foldable fortune teller (cootie catcher) game. When they play, they answer questions about solids, gases, and liquids.Vertebrate Classifications:
Foldable Fortune Teller (added April 29, 2015) Member
Make an origami fortune teller (cootie catcher) to review vertebrate classifications. When they play, students will answer questions and classify animals as mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and birds.Ostriches (added April 23, 2015) Member
Did you know that an ostrich's eyes weigh weigh twice as much as its brain? Learn interesting facts about ostriches in this nonfiction article. This reading comprehension worksheet is designed for fourth grade level readers and includes reading comprehension questions, vocabulary exercises, and a writing prompt. Learn about the big and exciting ostrich!
Second Best (Fiction) (added April 21, 2015) Member
Simone is happy for her best friend Sheri when she gets the lead in the school play, but Simone is tired of always coming in second place. Will she ever be the best at anything?Mystery Picture: Bird (added April 21, 2015) Member
On this worksheet, students will solve basic subtraction problems with differences of 10 or less. The finished picture will reveal a read bird sitting on its nest.
April 20, 2015
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Piggy Banks (British) (added April 20, 2015) Member
Carefully count the change in each piggy bank and write the amounts in the boxes. All amounts are less than £5.00.Running Total (UK) (added April 20, 2015) Member
Keep a running record of the total money amount when you count coins. This version has modern, up-to-date coins.Counting Coins (UK) (added April 20, 2015) Member
The coins on this page include the following post-2008 coins: £2, £1, 50p, 20p, 10p, 5p, 2p, and 1p. Totals add up to £9.99.Game: Plural Noun Scoot! (added April 20, 2015) Member
In this fun game, students move around the room to find task cards with singular nouns. Students must write the plural forms of the nouns shown on the cards.Rules for Forming Plurals (added April 20, 2015) Member
This printable activity lists six spelling rules for forming plural nouns. After each, students are given nouns to pluralize.Counting Money (Old UK Coins) (added April 17, 2015) Member
Students count the coins in each box. The coins on this worksheet are pre-2008. Includes totals up to £6.Addition Mystery Picture: Bird (added April 15, 2015) Member
The final picture on this worksheet shows an orange-bellied mama bird, sitting on eggs in her nest.Multiplication Mystery Picture: Bird (added April 15, 2015) Member
This mystery picture has multiplication facts up to 10. The final picture shows a red bird sitting in her nest with blue eggs.Visayan Warty Pig (added April 10, 2015) Member
The Visayan warty pig is one of the world's most critically endangered animals. It's a small species of wild pig that lives in the Philippines.Scoot Game: Place Value (5-Digit) (added April 10, 2015) Member
In this game, a teacher attaches a place value task card to each desk in the classroom. Students write the answer to the question on each card as they "scoot" around the room.Scoot Game: Division (4-Digit Dividends) (added April 09, 2015) Member
This whole-class card game requires students to solve a series of long division problems with 4-digit dividends.Princess Mimi (Readers' Theater) (added April 09, 2015) Member
Princess Mimi's precious dog, Bibi, has been captured by a fierce dragon! Will Princess Mimi ever get her best friend back safely?Game: Multiplication Scoot (2-Dig by 2-Dig) (added April 08, 2015) Member
In this classroom game, students solve a series of math problems on task cards. The cards have 2-digit by two-digit multiplication problems on them.Scoot Game: Verb Tenses (added April 08, 2015) Member
In this game, students move around the room to find task cards with sentences on it. Students rewrite each sentence with a different verb tense.Scoot Game: Rounding (Nearest 100) (added April 07, 2015) Member
In this fast-paced card game, students move around the classroom to desks with rounding task cards attached to them. For each card, they round the given number to the nearest hundred.Scoot Game: Rounding (Nearest 10) (added April 07, 2015) Member
In this whole-class game, students travel around the classroom to different task cards. Each card has a number on it. Students round the number to the nearest ten.Scoot Game: Synonyms & Antonyms (added April 07, 2015) Member
In this whole class card game, students will find pairs of words that are synonyms or antonyms.A-Maze-ing Puzzle: Toothless Animals (added April 07, 2015) Member
Word list: blue whale, eagle, giant anteater, hummingbird, toad, turtle. Fun fact reads: "These animals have no teeth. They either swallow food whole, cut it with beaks, or use their tongue to eat."The Garden (added March 31, 2015) Member
Strolling through a garden in a late summer evening can bring pleasure to all five senses. In this story, the narrator describes the wonderful sounds, colorful sights, rich aromas, and delicious-tasting food around her.Inference: What Is My Job? (added March 31, 2015) Member
Students read three short descriptive paragraphs. They have to use inference skills to determine what job the main character has.Correct or Incorrect? (E-5) (added March 30, 2015) Member
Read each sentence carefully and circle the spelling word. If the word is spelled incorrectly, write the correct spelling on the line.