Xmas Ornaments Grids: Three different grids for the Christmas Ornaments puzzle.
Xmaths Card: A printable Christmaths card containing mathematical jokes and a puzzle.
These worksheets should ideally be done mentally as review or practice.
high school (which is wonderful when you get to teach class sizes of anywhere from one to eight students, but is not so great for raising up a ten person math team).
One of the big challenges is trying to create competition-style problem sets that have something that's feasible for my entire range of students from sixth graders to twelfth graders.
This year I put together a set of Christmas-themed problems for my students to work on as a team.
The What's in the Gift division worksheets encourage students to apply their multiplication facts to division and algebraic situations.
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