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- Perpendicular Bisector of Segment
- Write Equation of Line Mixed Review
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- Simplifying Polynomials
- Factoring Trinomials
- Operations with Polynomials Worksheet
- Dividing Radicals
- Simplify Radicals Worksheet
- Adding Radicals
- Mulitplying Radicals Worksheet
- Radicals Review (Mixed review worksheet on radicals and square roots)
- Solve Systems of Equations Graphically
- Solve Systems of Equations by Elimination
- Solve by Substitution
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▶️ Writing Numbers: 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

🔒 Writing Numbers: 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20

▶️ Number Reference Sheet (0-10)

▶️ Finger Counting Reference Sheet (1-10)

▶️ Practice Finger Counting

▶️ Practice writing numbers 0-7

🔒 Practice writing numbers 8 and 9

🔒 Practice writing numbers 10-13

▶️ Focus on 0-3

▶️ Focus on 4

🔒 Focus on 5

🔒 Focus on 6 and 7

🔒 Focus on 8, 9, and 10

🔒 Focus on 11

▶️ Matching numbers with words (up to 10)

🔒 Matching numbers with words (up to 20)

▶️ (A) Counting numbers 1-10

▶️ (B) Counting numbers 1-10

🔒 (C) Counting numbers 1-10

🔒 (D) Counting numbers 1-10

▶️ Simple skip counting

▶️ Skip counting by 2

▶️ Skip counting by 3

🔒 Skip counting by 4

🔒 Skip counting by 5

🔒 Skip counting by 10

▶️ Counting backwards 10-1 A

▶️ Counting backwards 10-1 B

🔒 Counting backwards 20-1 A

🔒 Counting backwards 20-1 B

▶️ Counting grouped objects up to 10

🔒 Counting grouped objects up to 20

▶️ Practice writing numbers 1-25

▶️ Practice writing numbers 26-50

🔒 Practice writing numbers 51-75

🔒 Practice writing numbers 76-100

▶️ Writing numbers as words 1-10

▶️ Writing numbers as words 11-20

🔒 Writing numbers as words 21-30

🔒 Writing numbers as words 31-40

🔒 Writing numbers as words 41-50

▶️ Circle a number of objects (to 10)

🔒 Circle a number of objects (to 20)

▶️ Count to 100 Chart

▶️ 101 Bananas! (Count to 101)

▶️ Make 5 through 10 using number bonds

▶️ Which number/group is larger?

🔒 Which number/group is smaller?

▶️ Comparing numbers A

🔒 Comparing numbers B

🔒 Comparing numbers C

▶️ Comparing number using < or > (up to 25)

🔒 Comparing number using < or > (up to 50)

🔒 Comparing number using < or > (up to 100)

▶️ Even or odd? (up to 25)

🔒 Even or odd? (up to 50)

🔒 Even or odd? (up to 100)

▶️ Writing ordinal numbers A

🔒 Writing ordinal numbers B

🔒 Matching ordinal numbers

▶️ Order numbers from greatest to least (up to 10)

▶️ Order numbers from greatest to least (up to 50)

🔒 Order numbers from greatest to least (up to 100)

🔒 Order numbers from least to greatest (up to 10)

🔒 Order numbers from least to greatest (up to 50)

🔒 Order numbers from least to greatest (up to 100)

▶️ Units of time (minutes)

▶️ Units of time (hours)

🔒 Units of time (days)

🔒 Units of time: minutes, hours, or days?

▶️ Reading the clock (hours) (large font) (A)

🔒 Reading the clock (hours) (large font) (B)

▶️ Telling time in whole hours (A)

🔒 Telling time in whole hours (B)

▶️ Telling time in half hours (A)

🔒 Telling time in half hours (B)

▶️ Telling time in quarter hours (A)

🔒 Telling time in quarter hours (B)

▶️ Draw the time on the clock (hours)

🔒 Draw the time on the clock using a digital clock (hours)

🔒 Draw the time on the clock (hours, half hours)

🔒 Draw the time on the clock (hours, half hours, quarter hours)

▶️ Longer or shorter?

▶️ Which object weighs more?

🔒 Which object weighs less?

▶️ Measuring lengths in inches (A)

▶️ Measuring lengths in inches (B)

🔒 Measuring lengths in inches (C)

🔒 Measuring lengths in inches (D)

🔒 Measuring lengths in inches (E)

🔒 Measuring lengths in inches (F)

▶️ Measure the object in centimeters (A)

🔒 Measure the object in centimeters (B)

🔒 Measure the object in centimeters (C)

▶️ Base 10 blocks-regrouping (A)

🔒 Base 10 blocks-regrouping (B)

▶️ Counting with base 10 blocks (A)

🔒 Counting with base 10 blocks (B)

🔒 Counting with base 10 blocks (C)

▶️ Express numbers as 10’s and 1’s (A)

🔒 Express numbers as 10’s and 1’s (B)

🔒 Express numbers as 10’s and 1’s (C)

▶️ Adding using base 10 blocks (A)

🔒 Adding using base 10 blocks (B)

🔒 Adding using base 10 blocks (C)

▶️ Place value: identify tens and ones (A)

🔒 Place value: identify tens and ones (B)

🔒 Place value: identify tens and ones (C)

▶️ Combine tens and ones (A)

🔒 Combine tens and ones (B)

🔒 Combine tens and ones (C)

▶️ Identifying place value: tens and ones (A)

🔒 Identifying place value: tens and ones (B)

🔒 Identifying place value: tens and ones (C)

▶️ Adding tens and ones (A)

🔒 Adding tens and ones (B)

▶️ Adding tens and ones - advanced (A)

🔒 Adding tens and ones - advanced (B)

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 5

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 6

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 7

🔒 Practice with Number Bonds: 8

🔒 Practice with Number Bonds: 9

🔒 Practice with Number Bonds: 10

🔒 Practice with Number Bonds: 11-19

🔒 Practice with Number Bonds: 20

▶️ Adding using pictures

▶️ Add one (single-digit)

▶️ Add two (single-digit)

🔒 Add three (single-digit)

🔒 Adding using your fingers

▶️ Add using dice

▶️ Simple addition: single-digit (large font) (A)

🔒 Simple addition: single-digit (large font) (B)

▶️ Addition: make 10 (A)

🔒 Addition: make 10 (B)

▶️ Vertical addition to 10 (A)

▶️ Vertical addition to 10 (B)

▶️ Vertical addition to 20 (A)

🔒 Vertical addition to 20 (B)

🔒 Vertical addition to 50 (A)

🔒 Vertical addition to 50 (B)

🔒 Vertical addition to 100 (A)

🔒 Vertical addition to 100 (B)

▶️ Addition: fill in the missing number (up to 10)

▶️ Addition: fill in the missing number (up to 20)

🔒 Addition: fill in the missing number (up to 100)

▶️ Adding single-digit numbers

▶️ Adding double-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Adding double-digit numbers (B)

🔒 Adding triple-digit numbers

▶️ Subtracting using pictures

▶️ Subtract one (single-digit)

▶️ Subtract two (single-digit)

🔒 Subtract three (single-digit)

▶️ Subtract from 10 (A)

🔒 Subtract from 10 (B)

▶️ Simple subtraction: single-digit (large font) (A)

🔒 Simple subtraction: single-digit (large font) (B)

▶️ Vertical subtraction (to 10)

▶️ Vertical subtraction (to 20)

🔒 Vertical subtraction (to 50)

🔒 Vertical subtraction (to 100)

▶️ Subtraction: fill in the missing number (up to 10)

🔒 Subtraction: fill in the missing number (up to 20)

🔒 Subtraction: fill in the missing number (up to 100)

▶️ Subtracting single-digit numbers

▶️ Subtracting double-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Subtracting double-digit numbers (B)

🔒 Subtracting triple-digit numbers

▶️ Mixed addition and subtraction (single-digit)

▶️ Mixed addition and subtraction (2-digit) A

🔒 Mixed addition and subtraction (2-digit) B

🔒 Mixed addition and subtraction (3-digit)

▶️ Addition word problems (single-digit)

🔒 Addition word problems (2-digit) A

🔒 Addition word problems (2-digit) B

🔒 Addition word problems (3-digit)

▶️ Subtraction word problems (single-digit)

🔒 Subtraction word problems (2-digit) A

🔒 Subtraction word problems (2-digit) B

🔒 Subtraction word problems (2-digit)

▶️ Mixed addition and subtraction word problems

▶️ Matching coins with names (USD)

▶️ Matching coins with names (CAD)

🔒 Matching coins with values (USD)

🔒 Matching coins with values (CAD)

▶️ Coin Chart (USD)

▶️ Coin Chart (CAD)

▶️ Coin Focus: Penny (USD)

🔒 Coin Focus: Nickel (USD)

🔒 Coin Focus: Dime (USD)

🔒 Coin Focus: Quarter (USD)

▶️ Match the total value of coins (USD)

▶️ Match the total value of coins (CAD)

🔒 Write the total value of coins (USD)

🔒 Write the total value of coins (CAD)

🔒 Piggy bank: count the coins (USD)

▶️ How much does it cost? (USD) (A)

▶️ How much does it cost? (USD) (B)

▶️ Patterns of letters

▶️ Patterns of objects

🔒 Patterns of shapes

▶️ Common shapes reference sheet

🔒 Matching shapes and their names

🔒 Matching shapes to real-world objects

▶️ Naming Shapes

▶️ Matching similar shapes

▶️ Drawing shapes: circles

🔒 Drawing shapes: ovals

🔒 Drawing shapes: squares

▶️ Drawing shapes: rectangles

▶️ Drawing shapes: triangles

🔒 Drawing shapes: diamonds

▶️ Counting tally marks (A)

🔒 Counting tally marks (B)

▶️ Drawing tally marks (A)

🔒 Drawing tally marks (B)

▶️ Completing tally charts (A)

🔒 Completing tally charts (B)

🔒 Completing tally charts (C)

▶️ Reading bar graphs (A)

🔒 Reading bar graphs (B)

🔒 Reading bar graphs (C)

▶️ Making bar graphs (A)

🔒 Making bar graphs (B)

🔒 Making bar graphs (C)

▶️ Analyzing bar graphs (A)

🔒 Analyzing bar graphs (B)

🔒 Analyzing bar graphs (C)

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## COMPLEMENTARY AND SUPPLEMENTARY ANGLES

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Problems on complementary and supplementary angles are most easy to solve if you just remember the numbers 90 and 180. With the definitions given below, you will know how these numbers have been used in angles. You have ample problems to identify and calculate the missing measure of angles . Linear equations are also involved to calculate the measure of angles.

Complementary angles are two angles whose sum is 90°. So, the complement of 50° is (90 – 50), that is 40°. The complement of 40° is just the reverse, which is 50°.

Supplementary angles are two angles whose sum is 180°. It can also be called linear pair of angles. The sum of a pair of linear angles is always 180°. Thus, the supplement of 55° is (180 – 55), that is 125°. The supplement of 125° is 55°, the vice versa.

The first few worksheets would deal with the basics. Then, to find missing angles. In the end, three exclusive worksheets have 5 word problems in each sheet. All you need to do is to form equations and solve for the unknown variable to find the measure of angles. All the best practice materials are available here for free download. Print them at once!

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## Winter Word Search: Free Printable Worksheet Plus Answer Key

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## What is a word search?

A word search is a fun and engaging word puzzle where you find hidden words in a grid of letters. The words can go horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. It’s like a treasure hunt for words! Perfect for a brain workout or a relaxing time with a pen and paper.

## How to use word searches in the classroom

Word searches have several great uses in the classroom. They can be used to practice key spelling and vocabulary words. Doing word searches can also help students learn to look for common phonemes and phonetic patterns. You can use a word search as a fun warm-up or an easy activity for fast finishers. We like to keep a file of seasonal word searches on hand for when we need a sanity-saving idea!

## How to solve a word search

Word searches are a fun challenge for kids, but they may need help getting started. First, check the word list. Look at the letters in the grid and circle the starting letter of a word. Follow the letters in order, going up, down, left, right, or diagonally. Cross off found words, and take your time—it’s all about having fun!

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