Simple Algebraic Expressions. Evaluate each expression; Substitute numbers for variables to solve. 5th through 7th Grades.
Basic Addition (0-10). This page has lots of activities to use when teaching basic addition facts. Includes a memory match game, dice games, bingo, drill worksheets, flashcards, number line practice, and much more. All facts have addends between 0 and 10. (examples: 2+8, 9+6) Approx. levels: Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades.
4 and 5-Digit Addition. This page has resources for teaching addition with 4 and 5-digit numbers. Includes column addition exercises, an addition crossword, and word problems. (Approx. level: 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade).
Word problems (or story problems) allow kids to apply what they have learned in math class to real-world situations. Word problems build higher-order thinking, critical problem-solving, and reasoning skills.