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#### Ratios & Unit Rates Solve & Draw Activity

Solve and Draw no-prep printables for are an easy, no-prep way to make ratio and unit rate practice more engaging. Inspired by a group of reluctant mathematicians with amazing creativity, these printables are designed to engage students in math practice with an artistic twist. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or review. Perfect for the sub tub or a math center.
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students solve the ratio problems and add to the Rock Star themed drawing based on their answers. Students are directed in what they need to add to the drawing but are able to use their own artistic style and desired level of detail. Coloring is optional; pages look wonderful when fully colored but do not need to be.
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to write a ratio problem that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to write a new ratio problem and their own drawing prompts. This works well to extend thinking and for early finishers.
Included Skills
Identifying the ratio of shapes, writing equivalent ratios, writing ratios from phrases, identifying unit rates, better buys, and understanding unit rates are all included as well as one mixed review page.

#### Fraction & Decimal Operations Solve & Draw Free Activity

Solve and Draw printables are an easy no-prep way to make review work or practice more engaging. These are also designed to provide practice of reading math directions. Math problems are provided in both horizontal and vertical formats so you can differentiate the level of challenge for your students.
Students solve the decimal and fraction calculations and add to the drawing based on their answers. To keep them guessing, each problem may have one correct drawing prompt, two, or none. Each page has an average of 7 responses that require drawing. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer.
Drawing prompts require a student to use multiple skills:
Decimal calculations (all operations)
Fraction calculations (all operations)
Place Value
Rounding
Reading carefully
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a math equation that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a math equation and their own drawing prompts.

#### Large Number Place Value Solve & Draw Activity

Place Value Solve and Draw sheets for 4th grade standards are an easy, no-prep way to make review work or practice using large numbers more engaging. This space-themed set includes large number place value practice for 3 digit to 8 digit numbers, broken down into levels so you can differentiate or use different pages throughout the year as your students master larger numbers. Inspired by a group of reluctant mathematicians with amazing creativity, these printables are designed to engage students in math practice with an artistic twist. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or as a review. Perfect for the sub tub or a math center.
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students solve the place value problems and add to the space-themed drawing based on their answers. Students are directed on what to draw but are able to personalize the item to their preferences and drawing styles. Drawings can range from stick figures to anime inspired to cartoons to realistic and everything in between. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer and is a great “print and go” resource for sub days, warm ups, and math centers!
These place value printables work well to extend thinking and for early finishers. An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a place value problem that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a new problem and their own drawing prompts. They can then add the correct drawings to their own paper or you can share them with the whole class for further practice!
Included Skills
Large number place value understanding from 3 digit – 8 digit numbers
Identifying the value of digits in large numbers
Expanded form
Comparing large numbers using , and =
Writing large numbers given the words`
Writing large number words given the digits
Reading carefully
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3Use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place.

#### Digital Escape the Room for 6th Grade Review

Perfect for back to school in 7th grade, this engaging challenge will help with team building and also review major 6th grade math skills. Start with a hook video that will get your students excited and give them the back story to the challenge. (Link to this video is in the preview so you can look before you buy!) This resource includes two options for use: Google Forms/Quiz or OneNote.
The best part? You don't have to buy any extra materials or supplies, and the only prep needed is limited printing (Hint cards, badges & signs, answer key, and paper versions of the questions are all provided - you decide what you print). This resource is not editable but you control the countdown timing.
Once students access the file via Forms or OneNote they will answer 10 6th grade math questions on the following topics:
- Adding & subtracting fractions with unlike denominators, including simplifying
- Decimal Multiplication, Division, and Addition
- One Step Equations
- Perimeter of Composite Shape
- Volume
- Comparing Integers
Please note: multiple devices that can access Google Forms or OneNote are required. Both options are easy to learn even with no background knowledge, however be aware that there are no directions for using Google Forms or OneNote itself except for specific features that are required for this challenge (such as passwords on the OneNote sections).

#### Area of Circles Solve & Draw Activity

Solve and Draw no-prep printables for are an easy, no-prep way to make math practice more engaging. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or review, for center or station activities, for fast finishers, as homework, or as a sub day activity.
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students solve the area and circumference problems and add to the drawing based on their answers. (In full version - sample includes area only) Two versions of each page (excluding the challenge page) are included. One has answers with Pi, the other has answers that require calculating with Pi. The drawings and prompts are identical – to tell the difference you will need to look at the answer choices or at the top left circle of the border. Level 1 pages have a black circle in the top left of the border.
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet or given to fast finishers– this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a new problem using a circle with new dimensions. They get to create their own drawing prompts and can then add those to their drawings. You may also have them share these challenge problems with the rest of class, which provides additional practice for everyone.

#### Decimal Operations Solve & Draw Activity

Decimal Operation Solve and Draw sheets are an easy no-prep way to make review work or practice more engaging. These are also designed to provide practice of reading math directions. Math problems are provided in both horizontal and vertical formats so you can differentiate the level of challenge for your students.
Students solve the decimal calculations and add to the drawing based on their answers. To keep them guessing, each problem may have one correct drawing prompt, two, or none. Each page has an average of 7 responses that require drawing. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer.
Drawing prompts require a student to use multiple skills:
Decimal calculations
Place Value
Rounding
Reading
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a math equation that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a math equation and their own drawing prompts.

#### Area & Circumference of Circles Solve & Draw Activity

Solve and Draw no-prep printables for are an easy, no-prep way to make math practice more engaging. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or review, for center or station activities, for fast finishers, as homework, or as a sub day activity.
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students solve the area and circumference problems and add to the drawing based on their answers. Two versions of each page (excluding the challenge page) are included. One has answers with pi, the other has answers that require calculating with pi (use 3.14 for pi). The drawings and prompts are identical – to tell the difference you will need to look at the answer choices or at the top left circle of the border. Level 1 pages have a black circle in the top left of the border.
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet or given to fast finishers– this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a new problem using a circle with new dimensions. They get to create their own drawing prompts and can then add those to their drawings. You may also have them share these challenge problems with the rest of class, which provides additional practice for everyone.

#### Integers & Absolute Value Solve & Draw Activity

6th Grade Integer Solve and Draw sheets are an easy, no-prep way to make review work or practice for positive and negative numbers more engaging. This space-themed set includes practice pages for absolute value, absolute value equations, comparing integers, and ordering integers. Inspired by a group of reluctant mathematicians with amazing creativity, these printables are designed to engage students in math practice with an artistic twist. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or as a review. Perfect for the sub tub or a math center.
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students solve the integer problems and add to the space-themed drawing based on their answers. Students are directed on what to draw but are able to personalize the item to their preferences and drawing styles. Drawings can range from stick figures to anime inspired to cartoons to realistic and everything in between. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer and is a great “print and go” resource for sub days, warm ups, and math centers!
These integer worksheets can extend thinking and for early finishers. An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create an integer problem that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a new problem and their own drawing prompts. They can then add the correct drawings to their own paper or you can share them with the whole class for further practice!
Included Skills
Identifying absolute value
Solving absolute value equations (all 4 operations)
Comparing two integers using , or =
Ordering integers
Comparing rational numbers using , or =
Ordering rational numbers

#### Multiplication Facts Solve & Draw Activity

Solve and Draw no-prep printables for are an easy, no-prep way to make multiplication fact practice more engaging. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or review. Multiplication facts 0 – 12 are included
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students solve the multiplication fact problems and add to the drawing based on their answers. The first drawing prompt checks their accuracy and the second prompt asks them to compare the product to the product of another multiplication fact.
To keep students from guessing, each problem may have one correct drawing prompt, two, or none. Each page has an average of 8 responses that require drawing. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer.
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to write a multiplication equation that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to write a new equation and their own drawing prompts.

#### Order of Operations Solve & Draw Task Cards

These Solve & Draw Task Cards are an easy way to give your students engaging practice with the order of operations. This set of 40 differentiated Task Cards includes five leveled sets of 8 task cards. Each level includes all steps of the order of operations using positive integers. Each level has a different level of scaffolding provided.
Set 1 (Star): Level 1
Includes detailed PEMDAS graphic and example problem
Set 2 (Cat): Level 2
Includes PEMDAS graphic and example problem
Set 3 (Pandas): Level 3
Includes PEMDAS graphic
Set 4 (Alien): Level 4
No scaffolding provided
Set 5 (Rhombus): Level 5
Challenge level – asks students to place parenthesis in an equation
How Solve & Draw Task Cards Work:
Students solve the order of operations problems and add to the drawing based on their answer. Each leveled set includes a drawing page and 8 task cards. You also receive a full color version of the drawing page – perfect for projecting onto an interactive whiteboard and having students take turns drawing on as you correct the work! Task cards are included in both color and black-and-white. An answer sheet with workspace is provided and may be copied on to the back of the drawing or printed separately.
HINT: For a quick, no prep version of this activity (think emergency sub plan!) you may use the scaffolded version of the student answer sheet instead of the task cards. For example, for the first set you would only need to print page 4 (student coloring page) and page 5 (scaffolded answer sheet) and students will be able to complete the activity!
Included skills:
Order of operations: parenthesis, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction with positive integers
Thinking critically
Identifying steps taken
Reading carefully and interpreting directions

#### Order of Operations Solve & Draw Activity

Order of Operations Solve and Draw no-prep printables for are an easy, no-prep way to make review work or practice more engaging.
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students solve the calculations and add to the drawing based on their answers. To keep them guessing, each problem may have one correct drawing prompt, two, or none. Each page has an average of 8 responses that require drawing. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer.
These pages range in skill level from basic operations to operations including exponents, decimals ,and negatives so you can differentiate to meet the needs of all of your students.
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a math equation that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create an equation and their own drawing prompts.
CCSS:
5.OA.1. Use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions with these symbols.
6.EE.A.1. Write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents

#### Division Facts Solve & Draw Activity

Division Fact Solve and Draw printables are an easy, no-prep way to make review work or practice more engaging. These are also designed to provide practice of reading math directions.
Students solve the division fact problems and add to the drawing based on their answers. The first drawing prompt is the quotient while the second drawing prompt asks students to compare the quotient to the quotient of another division problem and determine if they are equal. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer.
Drawing prompts require a student to use multiple skills:
Basic math vocabulary: quotient
Comparing quotients
Reading carefully
Four Fact Review pages are included – the last one is more difficult because it asks students to compare quotients using less than, more than, or equal to. In addition, this page has some problems with both drawing prompts being correct while some have one or none. This requires students to consider each prompt and not rely on having one correct response per question.
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a math equation that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a math equation and their own drawing prompts.

#### Percent of a Number

Solve and Draw no-prep printables for are an easy, no-prep way to make practice with percent calculations and percent word problems more engaging. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or review and is a perfect no-prep sub day resource.
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students solve the percent problems and add to the drawing based on their answers. Students are directed on what to draw but are able to personalize the item to their preferences and drawing styles. Drawings range from stick figures to anime inspired to cartoons to realistic and everything in between. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer and is a great “print and go” resource for sub days, warm ups, and math centers!
Solve & Draw Fraction Printables work well to extend thinking and for early finishers. An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a math equation that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a math equation and their own drawing prompts. They can then add the correct drawings to their own paper or you can share them with the whole class for further practice!
Included Skills
Calculating the percent of a number in two forms: finding the percent and finding the whole, and calculating percent in a word problem with whole numbers and decimals.

#### Fraction Multiplication & Division Solve & Draw Activity

Fraction Operation Solve & Draw sheets for multiplication and division are an easy, no-prep way to make review work or practice more engaging. These are also designed to provide practice of reading math directions.
Students solve the fraction multiplication and division calculations and add to the drawing based on their answers. To keep them guessing, each problem may have one correct drawing prompt, two, or none. Each page has an average of 7 responses that require drawing. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer.
Drawing prompts require a student to use multiple skills:
Fraction calculations – multiplication and division
Fractions vocabulary: fractions written as words, mixed number, whole numbers
Reading directions accurately
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a math equation that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a math equation and their own drawing prompts.

#### Greatest Common Factors & Least Common Multiples Solve & Draw Activity

Solve and Draw no-prep printables for are an easy, no-prep way to make practicing finding the least common multiple and the greatest common factor more engaging. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or review and works well as a center/station, homework, or morning work.
How Solve & Draw Activities Work
Students simply solve the problems and add to the drawing based on their answers. They will be directed in what to draw but may use their own creativity and style to decide how to draw it.
Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer.
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to write a new LCM/GCF problem that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to write a new LCM/GCF and their own drawing prompts.

#### Digital Escape the Classroom 4th Grade Math Review

Perfect for back to school in 5th grade, this engaging challenge will help with team building and also review major 4th grade math skills. Start with a hook video that will get your students excited and give them the back story to the challenge. This resource includes two options for use: Google Forms/Quiz or OneNote.
The best part? You don't have to buy any extra materials or supplies, and the only prep needed is limited printing (Hint cards, badges & signs, answer key, and paper versions of the questions are all provided - you decide what you print). This resource is not editable but you control the countdown timing.
Once students access the file via Forms or OneNote they will answer 10 4th grade math questions on the following topics:
- Rounding to thousands
- Multiplication
- Estimating a 2-digit x 2-digit product
- Interpreting remainders
- Equivalent fractions
- Perimeter
- Writing as a decimal
- Multiplying a whole number by a mixed number
- Converting fluid ounces to pints
- Elapsed time
Please note: multiple devices that can access Google Forms or OneNote are required. Both options are easy to learn even with no background knowledge, however be aware that there are no directions for using Google Forms or OneNote itself except for specific features that are required for this challenge (such as passwords on the OneNote sections).

#### Text Features Posters

Text Features posters for big kids! These posters are designed to appeal to students (and teachers) in the upper elementary and middle school grades. Graphics and fonts are age appropriate. 14 Non-Fiction Text Features Posters (8.5” x 11”) are included in this resource, with two font headings for your choice. Mix and match styles or use the font most appropriate for the readers in your classroom. You may enlarge the posters for anchor charts, or print smaller and use as student reference sheets for Interactive Notebooks, etc.
Included Posters:
• Text Features “I Can” statement
• Table of Contents
• Headings
• Subheadings
• Types of Print
• Glossary
• Index
• Caption
• Diagrams
• Charts & Graphs
• Maps
• Text Boxes
• Sidebars & Insets
• Bulleted and Numbered Lists

#### Decimal Place Value Solve & Draw Activity

Decimal Place Value Solve and Draw sheets are an easy, no-prep way to make review work or practice more engaging. These are also designed to provide practice of reading carefully in math and following directions.
Students complete the decimal problems and add to the drawing based on their answers. To keep them guessing, each problem may have one correct drawing prompt, two, or none. Each page has an average of 7 responses that require drawing. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer.
Drawing prompts require a student to use multiple skills:
Decimal place value understanding through the hundredth-thousandths place
Rounding of decimal digits
Writing decimal digits from words
Comparing decimals
Reading carefully
An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a math equation that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a math equation and their own drawing prompts.