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: Calculate the Surface Area


Attention all 7th Grade Blasters: are you struggling with your surface area homework? Our Worksheet of the Week has you covered. Max put together FIVE problems covering one of the most grueling subjects in geometry so you can get some extra assistance. Think you are ready for the challenge? Download and print our Worksheet of the Week at the link below!

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!

Worksheet of the Week: Multiplication Muddle

multiplication-muddleMax is creating a handy chart to practice using multiplication and division, but he seems to run into an obstacle. He just cannot seem to find an answer to complete these two columns! Do you think you can use your puzzle solving powers to fill out the entire chart? Think carefully to figure out the correct answer, as there might just be more than one possible solution! With the help of a parent, download and print today’s worksheet and help our Blaster captain!

Worksheet of the Week: Shopping Spree

shopping-spree-1It is the end of the school year and we just received some extra cash from a parent for all of our hard work! Now that we have some money to spend for the summer, only one thing is stopping us from going on our shopping spree: we do not know how to much money we need for each item! Can you help us in this Worksheet of the Week by counting up the coins and dollars so we can purchase each item with the correct amount of money?

Worksheet of the Week: Trip to the Aquarium

trip-to-the-aquariumThese 3 families are headed to a summer fun day at the aquarium, but cannot seem to figure out how much they should pay to get in. Use some decimal addition, and percentage knowledge to help them explore all of the colorful fish at their local aquarium in this week’s worksheet! To download, simply click on the image and have a parent help you print it out!

Worksheet of the Week: Evaluate the Expression

evaluate-the-expressionAre you getting close to learning about algebra in your math classes? Evaluating expressions will be one of the first things you learn. They can seem very tricky, but if you practice them enough you will get the hang of it in no time! Start getting familiar with these building blocks to your algebra homework by completing this week’s free worksheet with a parent. All you need to do is click on the image to download and print it!