Our teaching resources include writing aids for graphing and improving penmanship, in addition to reference sheets with helpful formulas and symbols for all levels of math.
The following worksheets are meant to give students a variety of sentences and punctuation symbols to practice writing. We employ a two font-size method for practicing greater control which immensely improves penmanship.
The following multiplication and division problems make use of multiple types of multiplication and division notation. The intention is to help familiarize students with an array of different notation.
The following sign problem sets (positive sign / negative sign) are designed to be especially awkward. The goal is for students to see multiple ways to write equivalent expressions, in addition to familiarizing students with historically challenging sign rules.
Having a strong knowledge base involving factors and factoring is indispensable for any mathematician. The following problem sets are designed to guide students logically to an advanced perspective of working with factors and of the relationship between factors and fractions.
Exponents tell us how many or how much of a given factor we have. The following problem sets provide extensive practice in the most troublesome situations that arise involving exponents.
The order of operations is our agreed upon approach to simplifying multiple mathematical operations down to a single number. The following problem sets challenge students to strengthen their understanding of and improve their ability to quickly employ the order of operations.
The act of substituting a numerical value into the placeholder that a variable provides is a fundamental idea that leads to the natural exploration of algebra. The following problem sets introduce a variety of common substitution scenarios that frequently arise in math, physics, chemistry, economics, and many other scientific fields.
Algebra is functionally one of the most useful tools we have available to us in math. The following problem sets provide a thorough introduction / review of a large number of algebraic scenarios that commonly arise.
Graphs are an invaluable tool in mathematics. Graphs allow mathematicians to quickly see and process enormous amounts of information very quickly. Graphs, additionally, allow us to see patterns that may not be obvious if viewed only by algebraic means. The following problem sets act as an introduction to creating graphs and transforming graphs.
Percentages surround us everyday. Percentages arise in sales tax, profit margins, shared portions of numerous item, etc. The following problem sets act as an introduction to the various fundamental percentage problems that are frequently of interest.
The ASVAB is a military assessment test that is used for those who hope to join the military. To the surprise of many, the ASVAB requires a reasonably substantial base of mathematical knowledge. The following problem sets and solutions are meant to provide exposure to the various topics that commonly arise in preparing for the ASVAB.