Published at Tuesday, 14 April 2020. Kids. By Ninette Laporte.
Students practice shading, writing, and calculating fractions in this two-page worksheet. Children begin by shading in triangles, then writing the fraction of the triangles that they colored in. They then draw circles and shade in the number indicated, writing the amount as a fraction. Designed for a third grade math curriculum, this visual worksheet lends well to both an introduction to and a review of easy fractions.
By counting colorful pictures out loud and comparing groups of items your child gets the beginnings of greater than and less than as a part of math. This worksheet deals with groups of four to seven.
Children learn all about volcanoes with this carefully labeled illustration of an erupting volcano. This science worksheet depicts well-known volcanic elements including magma, lava flow, and eruption cloud, along with components like scoria that students may be unfamiliar with. This volcanology resource, designed for a fourth grade Earth and space science curriulum, makes a great hands-on coloring activity, as well as a handy classroom reference tool.
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