Worksheet of the Week: Move that Dot


Multiplying decimals can get a bit complicated; however, this can be a lot simpler to understand when we multiply them with factors of 10. In this case, all you have to do is count the number of zeros and move the decimal place that many times. Are you ready to get started on tackling this math concept? Download and print this Worksheet of the Week at:

Worksheet of the Week: Equivalent Fractions

equivalent-fractions-1Looking to boost your Bolt Cruncher scores? Max came up with the perfect set up problems to help you get a better understanding of simplifying fractions in this week’s worksheet. To start practicing, print and download our Worksheet of the Week by clicking on the image. Afterwards, head to the Math Academy and put your fraction skills to the test!

Worksheet of the Week: Many Clocks

many-clocksWe have quite a few clocks here on Spaceport and they all need to be set to different times! To help us get this job done quickly, could you use your stellar time telling skills to draw these clocks’ hands in the proper location? This is a great opportunity to help the I.S.P. AND get some extra practice learning how clocks function! Get started on this intergalactic mission by downloading and printing our Worksheet of the Week at:

Worksheet of the Week: Connect the Constellation? – Cancer

connect-the-constellation-cancerAs Max and GC travel through the far reaches of the galaxy, they spend a LOT of time looking at the stars. It is very important for them to be able to identify different sets of stars so they know how to properly navigate between planets! For the astronomer in training, you will certainly want to download this Worksheet of the Week and start getting familiar with the constellations you see in the night sky! That way, you will be as sharp as Max and GC in spotting rogue comets, asteroids, and planets in your Spaceport missions!