Skip counting worksheet – Numbers up to 100. Fill in the missing numbers counting by 2’s and counting by 5’s.

## Skip Counting Worksheet – Counting by 2’s and Counting by 5’s (Set 3)

Skip counting worksheet with 2 charts. Counting by 5’s and counting by 2’s.

## Skip Counting Worksheet – Counting by 2’s and Counting by 5’s (Set 2)

Skip counting worksheet for numbers up to 100. Count by 2’s to fill in the first chart and count by 5’s to fill in the second.

## Skip Counting Worksheet – Counting by 2’s and Counting by 5’s (Set 1)

Up 100 skip counting number charts worksheet. The student is asked to fill in the missing numbers up to 100 counting by 2’s and counting by 5’s.

## Skip Counting Worksheet – Counting by 2’s and Counting by 5’s (blank chart)

Free and printable blank skip counting number chart for the numbers up to 100.

## Counting Chart 1 to 100 (set 4)

Counting worksheet: Numbers 1 to 100. Fill in the missing numbers. Free and printable number chart worksheet.

## Counting Chart 1 to 100 (set 3)

Kindergarten and elementary school number chart worksheet for the numbers 1 to 100. The student is asked to fill in the missing number counting by 1’s.

## Counting Chart 1 to 100 (set 2)

Kindergarten and first grade counting worksheet for the numbers 1 through 100. Half of the numbers are missing in the chart and the student is asked to fill in those missing numbers.

## Counting Chart 1 to 100 (set 1)

1 to 100 number chart worksheet for kindergarten and first grade. In this worksheet the student is asked to fill in the missing numbers from 1 to 100. Half of them are filled in.

## General Statistics Worksheet – D

This worksheet gives a data set that should be used to complete the graph and answer the questions. The student can refer to the statistics terms defined at the top of the worksheet to answer the questions.

## General Statistics Worksheet – C

The worksheet has statistics terms defined at the top for reference. Below that is a set of data values. Using these values, the student is asked to complete the graph. Following the graphs are questions asking about the mean, mode, range, minimum value and maximum value.

## General Statistics Worksheet – B

There are statistics terms defined at the top of this worksheet followed by a data set and a graph to be filled out using the data set. Then the student asked questions about the data using the defined terms.

## General Statistics Worksheet – A

This worksheet has a few statistics terms defined at the top. Following that is a data set and a graph to fill out using the data given. Below that are questions about the data which use the terms defined at the top of the sheet.

## Reading a Calendar Worksheet – D

This worksheet features a calendar with events posted on different dates. Following that are questions about the calendar, dates, weekdays and events listed.

## Reading a Calendar Worksheet – C

This worksheet is for practice reading a calendar. Below the calendar are questions about the calendar, weekdays, dates and the events displayed.

## Reading a Calendar Worksheet – B

The worksheet has a calendar filled out with a few events on different dates. There are questions below the calendar asking about the calendar on the worksheet.

## Reading a Calendar Worksheet – A

This worksheet displays a calendar month with the year, along with events that are to take place on different dates. The student is asked questions about the calendar regarding dates, days of the week and more.

## Blank Calendar

Download our blank calendar template for children to make their own calendars. It can also be used as a weekly schedule tool.

## Spy Decoder Wheel – Random Symbol Version

This template is the Symbol Version of our Alphabet Decoder Wheel. There are three decoder wheels in all allowing for the coding and deciphering of secret messages using random alphabet letters, symbols or even your very own code! See the original Random Alphabet Decoder post for more detailed instructions.

## Spy Decoder Wheel – Custom Code Version

This template is the customizable version of our Random Alphabet Decoder Wheel. There are three decoder wheels in all allowing for the coding and decoding of secret messages using random alphabet letters, symbols or your very own code! See the original Random Alphabet Decoder post for more detailed instructions.

## Spy Decoder Wheel – Random Alphabet Version

How the Decoder Works Once you’ve used the instructions on the PDF Download to assemble your decoder you can either share that decoder with a friend or have them make an identical one. To use it, simply line up a letter on the outer band with one on the inner band and ensure only your friend has that two letter …

## Venn Diagrams

A Venn diagram can be used to organize groups of things in a visual way to show how the groups are similar and how they are different. The similar objects of the groups are placed in the overlapping section of the diagram while the objects that are only found in their own group are placed in the non-overlapping area of …

## Fill in the Venn Diagrams (Set 4)

Venn diagrams are a great exercise in learning how sets of numbers are related and how they differ. It also helps in data interpretation. For more explanation of what a Venn diagram is and to see an example, click here.

## Fill in the Venn Diagrams (Set 3)

Help your child develop an better understanding of number sets and how they are related as well as recording and reading data. For more explanation of what a Venn diagram is and to see an example, click here.

## Fill in the Venn Diagrams (Set 2)

Help your child develop an better understanding of logical relationships between number sets. For more explanation of what a Venn diagram is and to see an example, click here.

## Fill in the Venn Diagrams (Set 1)

Venn diagrams – Use the numbers sets to fill in the Venn diagrams. For more explanation of what a Venn diagram is and to see an example, click here.

## Tally the Objects

This worksheet is from the tallying section of our book, “Mastering the Math Milestone“. On this worksheet, the child will fill out the chart by tallying each different type of animal in the group.

## Reading Information in a Table

This worksheet is from the “Mastering the Math Milestone” book. The child is asked to answer questions based on the information in the table using the labels, columns and rows.

## Reading Charts – Rows and Columns

This worksheet is from the “Mastering the Math Milestone” book. This worksheet is for practice reading information from tables and understanding the concept of columns and rows.

## Counting Tally Marks

This worksheet on tallying is from our book, “Mastering the Math Milestone“. This is for practice in counting and totaling tally marks in a chart. It is also an introduction to analyzing data in a chart.