My daughter is working on percentages and still needs some practice on fractions. I made her a set of practice worksheets. The Percentages and Fraction Math Worksheets are free if you can use them. 🙂
I showed you why I have the boxes… that’s just to help my daughter see the steps needs to take to solve percentage problems (she’s new to these types of problems).
As I mention in the percents & fractions worksheet packet, I have two options for you to choose from plain pages and pages with clipart. My son would never have wanted clipart, but my daughter still likes having them. Choose whichever appeals to your child most!
If these were helpful, I’d love to hear from you!
Here are some other math resources I have on the blog.
As many of you know, we have a HUGE Multiplication (and division) bundle with over 15 pdfs for learning all of the multiplication tables from 2s through 10s. I think I’m up to 17 pdfs… and I know it’s well over 300 pages, but I’ve stopped counting! These include worksheets, games and activities.
Here is a set of order of operation cards that I made for my son that we used these to play some active outdoor math games. 🙂
Here are some of the outdoor games he played using these cards: 4 Fun, Active Games for Practicing Math Facts – My younger girls worked on their math facts while LD used preAlgebra problems! You can visit this post for some of the other outdoor math games we played using those math facts.
If you have older kids who need to polish up on their Algebra strategies, I thought I would mention this workbook that is working really well for LD! It’s called Algebra Essentials Practice Workbook with Answers: Linear & Quadratic Equations, Cross Multiplying, and Systems of Equations. (affiliate link) My son has an Algebra textbook that he has worked through, but this practice workbook has been a great supplement. It has tons of problems for working through simple quadratic equations and so forth. You can borrow it free if you have Kindle Unlimited to check and see if it would be helpful for your kids. It’s been a great additional resource for my oldest for math, so I wanted to pass that along to you if you want to check it out! 🙂
You might also be interested in these free math resources:
We also have a Free Fractions Pack that I made for the kids when they were first starting to work on fractions.
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