# Category: Math: Pre-Algebra

## Free Exponents Rules Worksheets

This free Exponent Rules Worksheet Packet goes over some of the exponent rules used in prealgebra, algebra and beyond. It includes free printable worksheets and an interactive notebook activity. This is a packet I first made for my son when he was in prealgebra. I have updated and added to this free set. This math packet includes some exponent rules charts (see the example answer chart to the right, students...

## Square and Square Roots Worksheets, Games and Activities

Are your kids working on squares and/or square roots? If so, be sure to grab this Squaring and Square Roots Packet! It is currently FREE to download! These activities and worksheets are for practicing squaring numbers from 12 all the way to 202 — from 1×1 through 20×20! Knowing the squares is helpful for students in 6th grade and up as they move into prealgebra and Algebra… and even for...

## 6-8th Grade Math Review – Free Holiday Printables

Today we have some free Holiday Math Review Pages (for roughly grades 6-8 or so). There are practice pages on fractions, decimals, percents and some basic pre-Algebra. The pre-Algebra practice problems include exponents like this 5×2 + 7 + 7×2 + -3 + 8x = or 7a9  . 5 . 2a5 . 3a = Be sure to scroll down for some of our other free math printables! Hope these are...

## Fractions Decimals Percents Worksheets

I made this set of Fractions Decimals Percents Worksheets some time back and wanted to share them with you today. We’ve been using them to review the past few days and it occurred to me that I hadn’t yet shared them on the blog.  This math packet is currently FREE to download! Hope they are helpful! ~Liesl This math packet includes the answer pages (hopefully with all correct answers… I...

## Math Resources (fractions, geometry, preAlgebra, algebra)

Today I wanted to share some free math resources we have on the blog — and also an Algebra resource that is working really well for my oldest. I’ll start with the free PreAlgebra resources.  We have some free exponents interactive notebook pieces that I made for LD when he was in PreAlgebra. It’s free to download. Free PreAlgebra  Exponents Worksheet with Interactive Notebook Pieces Here is a set of...

## PreAlgebra in our Homeschool

One of our readers emailed with a question about Prealgebra.  She said that she saw our free PreAlgebra lapbook pieces that I mentioned on FB the other day and was wondering what textbook we were using. I thought I’d share what is working for us right now for math. The kids use more than one math book! LD (8th Grade/age 13) He is in the last chapters of Prealgebra (4th...

## Free Fall Math Game Board

This math printable can be used for any math practice. You can use any math fact cards, even for simple number recognition for younger kids. You can use any of the numbers that will work for your child or just create your own math problems on index cards. Use it for number recognition (for younger kids) and move that many spaces around the board addition facts (6+7) or subtraction problems...

## Chalk Circle Game: Outdoor Math Game (For anything from Addition thru PreAlgebra!!)

The weather is gorgeous, so once again it was time to take advantage of the lovely temperatures, get active, and practice some math! For this game we drew a giant circle out of chalk and put numbers into each space all around the circle. Which numbers? We wrote down the numbers as we skip counted by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s. (2 thru 20, 3 thru 30, 4 thru 40 and...

## PreAlgebra: Order of Operations Cards

Later today, I will be sharing an active, outdoor math game that the kids played last week.  I needed a set of Pre-Algebra type problems that had certain answers so that LD could play an active math fact game with the girls.  More about the game in a few hours (and I’ll link to it), but in this particular post I wanted to share the Order of Operations cards printable. ...

## PreAlgebra – Exponents Worksheet and Interactive Notebook Pieces

If you’ve followed our blog for a while, you know that we use a lot of different curriculums. Math is no exception!  This year LD used five different math curriculums… two that polished up some 6th grade math (arithmetic) skills (such as percents/decimals/fractions) and three  PreAlgebra texts. They all covered different skills. The main spine for PreAlgebra was the Art of Problem Solving–Prealgebra. (affliliate link) [See the update about this resource below!]...