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# Mean, Median and Range Worksheets

The worksheet count keeps growing steadily, and while I missed the mean/median/mode unit due to some serious distractions here the new mean median and range worksheets on this topic are now up. I’m working on some of the typesetting, especially for the answer keys, and I hope to continue to enhance the style and readability a bit. The new answer keys use Comic Sans MS to show the work and results, which I think makes for a nicer layout, especially with some of the more complex and multi-part answers.

Other updates to the site are ongoing. One notable new memory of the worksheet family is a set of division “facts only” sheets that exclude problems with divisors greater than denominators. The conventional Rocket Math division series requires memorizing these facts as having an answer of zero, but in the practice work here it seemed like this was creating confusion when bouncing between multiplication and division fact practice.

Also, we continue to struggle with borrowing across zero in subtraction, and some extra review came to the rescue here. You can find additional sets of practice worksheets in the subtraction section.

Links to all the new material is below, or explore using the ‘Worksheets’ navigation menu on the right edge of the page.

Mean, Median and Range Worksheets

New Division “Facts Only” Worksheets

More Borrowing Across Zero Worksheets

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As the boys get older I have found it more and more challenging to stick to my fairly limited homeschooling budget. Sites like yours are really an invaluable resource that allows our family to stay at home and give our children the best education we can!

Thank you!

Comment by chance — February 16, 2009 @ 10:52 am

2. Thanks Chance! Glad to hear that the worksheets are getting some real workouts there… Be sure to check out the check-off pages for SpaceShip/RocketMath tracking!

Pitting the kids in a math race sounds like great motivation and I’m sure that’s a great capstone activity… My youngest is barely starting addition concepts and my oldest is wrapping up division, otherwise I’d be giving that a try here. Not that there isn’t enough competition already, mind you…. 🙂

Comment by Dad — February 16, 2009 @ 7:09 pm

3. To whom it may concern,

May I print and copy your worksheets you’ve created. I’d like to use them in my 4th grade class. Thanks so much. I just wanted your permission.

Sincerely,
Mrs. Seabaugh

Comment by kathy seabaugh — April 24, 2009 @ 7:40 am

4. Mrs. Seabaugh –

You or any other teacher are absolutely welcome to use any of the materials from this site in the classroom.

It takes a good amount of time to put this content up, and the more kids (and teachers) that it helps out, the more it means to me here!

Thanks!

Comment by Dad — April 24, 2009 @ 8:35 am

5. What a great site for children to learn math skills. I love all the worksheet that you have made for them to learn from.

Comment by Anonymous — April 27, 2009 @ 9:42 am

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Comment by Aubree — October 15, 2009 @ 1:08 pm

7. i love those worksheets it had me working through them like crazy, so thanks so much. it has really improved my grade and i have moved a grade higher thanks to you so i just wanted to mention that to you.

so thanks anyway

p.s thanks!!!!!!

Comment by student8grade — May 26, 2010 @ 11:48 am

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I would love to see a program in English grammar for the grade school level.
Granny in Tennessee

Comment by Joan Sprague — February 21, 2011 @ 9:39 pm

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Comment by Sharon — October 13, 2011 @ 1:53 pm

11. I really like your website. It is a great resource to me and my students.

Comment by Dee — March 7, 2012 @ 2:49 pm