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Addition, Adding Three or More Numbers Level 2 Vol. 1

Number and Operations

Free math lessons Second Grade Number and OperationsAddition, Adding Three or More Numbers Level 2 Vol. 1 – The strength of this free number and operations lesson is that it uses concrete models to help students develop number sense and mental math in a trial and error, problem-solving approach, including problems with multiple right answers. Children join Kirima and the penguins to the ice carnival and add, compose and decompose three or more numbers with on the way.

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Fraction, Fractional Part of a Whole Level 3 Vol. 1

Number and Operations

Free math lessons Third Grade Number and OperationsFraction, Fractional Part of a Whole Level 3 Vol. 1 – This creative and free number and operations lesson helps students learn to identify the fractional part of a whole. Words like numerator and denominator are reviewed. Children join Michiko at the Kite Factory where they use fractions to create and color their own kites.

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Problem Solving, Addition and Subtraction with Decimals Level 4 Vol. 1

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Free math lessons Fourth Grade Number and OperationsProblem Solving, Addition and Subtraction with Decimals Level 4 Vol. 1 – In this free number and operation lesson, your children will help Omar check his receipts and solve addition and subtraction problems with decimals. Students first, estimate if the receipt total is correct or incorrect using mental math. If the receipt has errors, they may use a calculator to make the corrections. ┬áThis is a not only a foundational skill, but also a fun way to practice mental math and real-world calculations.

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Fractions, Converting Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Level 5 Vol. 1

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Free math lessons Fifth Grade Number and OperationsFractions, Converting Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Level 5 Vol. 1 – This free number and operations practice activity is useful for practicing with improper fractions and mixed numbers. This is a crucial skill for every fifth grade student as it serves as the foundation for operating with fractions in middle school and beyond. In this lesson, students must match equivalent mixed numbers and improper fractions.

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