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Worksheets for Math Mastery

Worksheets for Math Mastery

## Can You Relate? Find the Ratios Worksheet

This colorful worksheet on ratios includes a number of arrays for which students are to determine the ratio. Once the student determines the ratio initially, they are then to simplify the ratio by finding a common factor to reduce the numbers. Secondly, students are asked to add the two arrays and compare it to one of the arrays, finding the ratio as well as the simplified ratio. This is a great first experience for understanding ratios. There are six problems as well as an answer key.

## Bug Out on Facts:Multiplying By 9s Worksheet

This worksheet is organized in a table with nine ladybugs in each section above sentences and equations with blanks students are to fill in. The ladybugs serve as arrays to help students learn to multiply by 9. Students are to count the number of ladybugs and then the number of spots on each ladybug. Next, students should complete the multiplication equation. Finally, students should fill in the blank for the total number of spots. This is a fun way to learn the 9s multiplication facts!

## Counting By 3s: Scooby Doo and Crew Worksheet

This fun worksheet asks students to count by threes to find the path from the popular Scooby Doo crew to the Mystery Machine. There is an answer key.

## Liquid Measurement Conversion Worksheet

This worksheet contains a graphic as well as a table to help students understand the relationships between gallons, quarts, pints, cups, and ounces. Students are then to complete problems which involve conversions. There is an answer key.

## Graphing Practice Worksheet

This graphing practice worksheet includes three opportunities for students to practice graphing with two bar graphs and one tally chart. For each incident, students need to find the mean, median, mode, maximum, minimum, and range. There is an answer key.

## Learning My Numbers: Odd and Even 1 − 10 Worksheet #1

This colorful worksheet has groups of images. Students are to circle items in groups of two. If the groups come out even, they should glue the word **even **cut out from the last page to the left of the images. If the groups have one left over, they should glue** odd** to the left of the images. This worksheet reinforces counting, the concept of odd and even, and is great fine motor practice.