To complete the first of these three self-checking decoder-style worksheets, students will identify the slope of a line and a particular point through which it passes when given the equation of the... More > line in point-slope form. On the next algebra worksheet students will write the equation of lines in point-slope form when given the slopes of the lines and a point that each one passes through. On the third worksheet students will change the form of given equations of lines in other forms such as in slope-intercept form and in general linear form to point-slope form. Students enjoy solving the puzzles and discovering the secret messages while they get instant feedback upon each problem.< Less

In this 3-page worksheet students get 5 worked out examples they can use to analogize the steps for 12 similar expressions to simplify. The expressions involve exponents and such concepts as... More > distributing exponents over factors, negative exponents, power to a power, and multiplying and dividing like bases. Students receive immediate feedback as the problems are self-checking via a secret message to decode.< Less

Students who need practice performing addition of a single digit, specifically nine, can use this short worksheet that provides immediate feedback. It is self-checking. While having fun decoding a... More > secret message (and getting immediate, satisfying feedback) young students will complete addition problems designed to help them relate adding ten to adding nine, and later to adding single digits and numbers like thirty-nine. Similar PUZZLE MATH worksheets and books on addition, subtraction, and later math topics are available at www.lulu.com/roxlulu, including, "PUZZLE MATH: Simple Subtraction Practice", "PUZZLE MATH: Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Fractions", and "PUZZLE MATH: Trigonometry and Logarithms".< Less

This free self-checking decoder-style worksheet has twelve equations. Eight require performing one or two inverse operations to both sides of the equation, and four require performing three inverse... More > operations. Students square root and have to recall to put 'plus or minus' on their answers. This worksheet provides students with instant feedback and fun, and it reduces grading overhead for teachers. If you enjoy this worksheet, you'll love the other PUZZLE MATH publications at www.lulu.com/roxlulu.< Less

This worksheet has a general selection of problems to help review 6th Grade math concepts. It provides immediate feedback for students as it is self-checking. It is fun and satisfying for students... More > because the answers correspond to letters that decode a secret message.< Less

Students enjoy practicing their times tables using this free math worksheet because they think they are just completing a crossword puzzle. This crossword puzzle contains 10 of the more difficult... More > multiplication facts, like 7 x 8. The with or without word bank puzzle can be used depending upon the learner, or the student can complete the puzzle with the word bank first and then come back and do it without this added support. Watch students improve their spelling as they learn their necessary multiplication facts. (Please note that "-" is considered one spot in the crossword for answers as in "twenty-four".) If you like this worksheet, you'll love "CROSSWORD PUZZLE MATH: Times Tables" and "Barrington and the Math Princess", which will both significantly improve students' knowledge of the times tables. They can be found at www.lulu.com/roxlulu.< Less

Students practice using the order of operations with parenthesis, exponentiation, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction while completing this nine-question self-checking worksheet. ... More > Feedback is built-in as students decode a secret message while they perform the computations. If you like this free worksheet, you'll love the many other books and worksheets available at www.lulu.com/roxlulu.< Less

This 22-page book is a first of its kind, providing a very active introduction to Calculus with discovery-style instruction and nine student centered decoder-style worksheets. Students are motivated... More > both by the instantaneous feedback and their inevitable success! Teachers love the improvement in comprehension as well as the ease of grading self-checking materials! Students investigate slope and average velocity to form a concept of instantaneous velocity expressed first as limits as x approaches a and then as h approaches 0. Next they derive the power rule, including using expressions with irrational constants, negative powers, roots, etc. Then they build to using the power rule when the base is a linear expression. They informally experience the chain rule and then move to more formal representations. Finally, they are introduced to the product rule, which serves as template for learning additional rules more formally.< Less

With this one-page decoder-style worksheet students will practice all four operations with fractions. Students will add and subtract both fractions with and without common denominators, and they... More > will also multiply and divide fractional forms of numbers. They will receive immediate feedback as their answers will decode a secret message at the bottom!< Less

This PUZZLE MATH worksheet has ten items for which the student must read the function values from the graph. On eight problems they will also perform operations with the function values as well. ... More > This worksheet has been successfully tested with students who both increased their skills and received immediate feedback by decoding a secret message.< Less