These quick, educational NO-PREP worksheets are fun for students.
I love leaving them as extras for subs or for morning work. I’ll start with the elementary students:
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The creativity of these worksheets catch students’ attention because most students enjoy drawing and coloring.
Teachers love the idea of students combining math, reading, and art.
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When students ASK FOR MORE, you KNOW you’re on the right track.
They benefit from the extra subtraction practice and they LOVE comparing pictures.
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I leave at least one set of Solve and Draw Subtraction pages in my Sub Tub at all times.
I also leave a set of mazes.
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Who says math has to be boring and monotonous?
Supplement your curriculum with some fun but educational, NO-PREP worksheets. These can include drawing, coloring, and traditional cutting and pasting activities.
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There are three different sets of mazes – Basic Addition, Two-Digit Addition, and Subtraction. Try them – you will LOVE them!
For Middle School through High School aged students, I suggest similar (age-appropriate) worksheets. You know your students, so choose activities that you feel they’ll complete without much fuss.
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In the past when I taught middle school math, I used these Distributive Property Mazes, Order of Operations Mazes, and Cootie Catchers with good results.
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I also suggest trying this Integers Expressions Bundle, which includes Cootie Catchers and Adding and Subtracting Integers Task Cards, and Integers Cards (used for games like War).
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