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Math worksheets

October 31, 2011 Leave a comment

From counting to solving, addition to division, number problems to word problems, find it all here at JumpStart! Our fun math worksheets are for kids of all ages. They are designed keeping in mind the kids’ varied levels of skills and understanding.

JumpStart’s math worksheets are perfect for teachers and parents who want to give kids more math practice. Watch those math grades go up as kids gradually solve worksheets with more advanced problems.

Math Worksheets for Kindergarten

Math Worksheets for 1st Grade

Math Worksheets for 2nd Grade

Math Worksheets for 3rd Grade

Math Worksheets for 4th Grade

Math Worksheets for 5th Grade

 

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Math worksheets for 3rd graders

October 31, 2011 Leave a comment

Math worksheets for 3rd graders are great practice material and a useful resource for homeschooling parents as well as teachers.The sheer number and variety of math worksheets for third graders available online is remarkable! Most websites offer free math worksheets that can be printed and handed out to a class of students. This makes it easy to get third graders to practice math.

In this grade, kids usually learn the multiplication tables, solve simple multiplication problems, attempt tougher addition and subtraction problems, learn to solve simple equations, and sharpen their logical reasoning skills as well. They can estimate and round off, read time and even interpret simple graphs and charts. Since third graders have to grasp all this and more, math can seem intimidating to them. Make sure they understand each step completely before moving them on to tougher problems.

Math can be a lot of fun! With a variety of exciting math games, activities and worksheets easily available, kids will soon grow to love the subject. Their speed and accuracy see a marked improvement and they get more familiar with the different kinds of problems in each different topic.

Unlocking the Door

Will Somebody Get the Door?

What is the Temperature?

Power Up

Mega Power Surge

Insect Math

Barbershop Quart-et

More Juice

We Need More Power

Fairy Tale Postage

Pretty Smart, Mort

Place Value

Spinning Wheels

Robot Buffet

Mort’s Stomachache

Buffalo Facts

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2nd Grade Math Worksheets

October 25, 2011 Leave a comment

2nd grade math builds heavily on concepts learnt in first grade, as well as introduces kids to new concepts. Second graders learn addition and subtraction with 3-digit numbers, place values up to thousands, to tell time, to create and interpret simple graphs, and to calculate area and perimeter. Kids are also introduced to basic multiplication and division in this grade.

There is a host of free second grade math worksheets available online. Easy to print and hand out to a group of kids, these worksheets are an invaluable resource for homeschooling parents as well as teachers. Timed worksheets are also a great way to encourage kids to solve problems faster.

In second grade, kids learn some of the most fundamental math concepts that help them understand other advanced concepts later. Math worksheets for Grade 2 include different topics, each of varying levels of difficulty, based on the curriculum and math standards appropriate for that age group.

Gem Maker

What’s That Number?

Can Collecting

The Cold Facts

Pairs of Pears

Pattern Perfect Train

What’s the Time?

Freeze!

Do You Carry the Ball?

CJ The Defender

Odd n’ Even Bubbles

Football Fun

Fraction Action

Catapult Caper

Play That Tune

In Between

Fabulous Feasting

Starfish Surprises

Can You Buy it?

A Great Big Bite

1st Grade Math Worksheets

October 24, 2011 Leave a comment

Math worksheets are a useful resource for all homeschooling parents and teachers who are on the lookout for effective ways to make first graders practice math.  There are plenty of free printable math worksheets for Grade 1 available online. You can choose from worksheets on various math topics. There are many ways to help first graders master math.

While worksheets are a popular method to teach kids in class, simple math games and activities can be very effective as well. Once first graders have understood the concepts well, these worksheets can also be timed so that the kids learn to solve math problems more quickly. They are a great way to gauge the child’s understanding of different concepts.
Online math games integrate math problems in an engaging and entertaining way, resulting in a greater enthusiasm to learn among kids.

These worksheets are a great way to help them grasp the many new and important concepts they learn this year.

What’s the Difference?

Ant Antics

Wonderful Webs

Worm’s Pals

Add Up Your Total

Coin Caper

Marble Math

Small Change Snacks

Piece O’ Cake

On Time

Odd n’ Even

Don’t Sneak a Peek

Greater or Lesser?

It’s About Time

Number Mix-up, Fix-up

Don’t Bug Beetle Boss

 

Kindergarten Math worksheets – Mathblaster

October 21, 2011 Leave a comment

Math worksheets are an effective way to help kindergarteners practice new math concepts. It is important for kindergarteners to grasp these concepts well, as they form the foundation on which advanced concepts are taught later.

There are many fun ways to help kindergarteners learn and practice math. There are plenty of free, printable math worksheets that are easily found online that serve as a useful resource for homeschooling parents and teachers.

Kindergarten math worksheets include math problems and sums on different topics. At this age, the little ones generally learn counting, skip counting, comparing numbers, simple addition and subtraction, and even telling time to the nearest hour. The worksheets focus on all of these topics, giving kindergarteners the opportunity to sharpen their math skills!

From simple counting to basic addition and subtraction, our math worksheets for kindergartenersinclude all this and more!

Pattern Pursuit
Count n’ Match
Crab Walk
It’s a Match
Mouse House
It’s About Time
Shapes Mix-up
Plant a Garden
Bouncing Numbers
Sizing Things Up Game
Shape n’ Color Hunt
Number Fun
What’s Next?