Using the 5 times tables
What number is hiding under the star? This math worksheet gives your third grader practice multiplying by 5.
Using the 5 times tables, part 2
Each frog stands for 5 in this coloring math worksheet that lets your third grader visualize and practice multiplying by 5.
Using the 5 times tables, part 3
This math worksheet lets your third grader practice multiplying and dividing by 5 to solve word problems.
Imagine that there's a machine adding -ing to verbs! In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice writing verbs in the infinitive and the present continuous (or present progressive) tense.
Vowel sounds: ough
These words are spelled the same, but they sound different! In this reading worksheet, your child gets practice sounding out, writing, and finding rhyming pairs for words with ough in them.
What is it?
Don't peek! In this science worksheet, your child goes through the process of scientific deduction to figure out what 4 materials are.
What unit of measurement?
Should you use inches, feet, or yards? This math worksheet gives your child practice deciding which unit of measurement is most appropriate.
What's missing here?
These word problems are unsolvable! This math worksheet asks your child to determine what crucial information is missing from each question.
What's the area?
This math worksheet asks your child to find the area of squares and rectangles.