Middle School Math Worksheets
updated April 25, 2018
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Middle School Math Worksheets
for Class 6, 7, 8
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Without exception, I would recommend Jamie York's excellent book for Middle School Math.
Making Math Meaningful : A Middle School Math Curriculum for Teachers and Parents
Jamie recommends math homework every night, two math main lesson blocks during the course of the school year, and an afternoon math class several times a week for further
reinforcement and practice. There are lots of great math books, and I've compiled a list of my recommendations, but this
page of the website focuses on worksheets which would be suitable for math practice.
NOTE: I like these FREE Homework Scorecards which ask students to selfassess their work. (Mon  Thu)
Helpful Handouts:
Algebra Antics #1 free sample from Mindware
I like all of the books in this collection, from Addition Adventures
and Subtraction Secrets for the younger children, to
the harder puzzles for the older kids!
Other FREE math downloads (from Teachers Pay Teachers) which we've used and liked:
(Yes, I know that MOST things on this
site are not well done; I promise these are the best I've found. And if you're looking for daily math homework, I think you'll find them useful.)
Arithmetic
 Basic Computation Assessment
helpful because it is an editable Word doc and can be customized to your child's level... I especially like the last page
 Bell Ringers for Middle School Math
 Basic Skills Warmups (set 1  18 weeks)
 Basic Skills Warmups (set 2  18 weeks)
 Basic Skills WarmUps (set 3  12 weeks)
these are AWESOME! I'm so glad I found them; we do them every single morning. she has made separate sets for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades.
these will take you through all three years of middle school. she includes both a PDF form of each sheet and a editable Word doc. Mon addition, Tue subtraction, Wed multiplication, Thu division, Fri miscellaneous
 CrossNumber Pattern Puzzles
 'Tis the Season For Division (Christmas partner activity  fun to do with your child)
 Titanic Math
 Ten "Math Tile" Activities
really fun! I recommend making a binder, putting each puzzle in a page protector, and using a small zippered inbinder pencil pouch
to store the tiles
 I Am a Veterinarian
 Problem Solving Assessment Pack
 Diffy Subtraction Game
 Division of the Day (one digit and two digit divisors, long division with remainders)
 Using Multiples to Introduce Percents
 Adding and Coloring Fractions
 Creating Equivalent Fractions
 Fraction Sums puzzles
 Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators, includes coordinate graphing
 Fractions Operations Review or Quiz
 Fractions Quilt Bingo
 Fraction Fervor Math Game (uses two decks of cards)
represent, compare, and order fractional amounts with unlike denominators, including proper and improper fractions and mixed numbers
 Goblin Goooolash: A Twist on Adding and Subtracting Mixed Fractions
I discovered that the formatting on this didn't translate well to my Mac but it's an editable Word doc, so I moved things around. I put step one on the first page and then left the rest of the page
blank so the kids could draw the outline of a large witch's cauldron. I put the remaining questions on page two. This worksheet is difficult and requires changing to a common denominator of 15 for step seven
(answer is 79/15 which simplifies to 5 4/15),
and then changing to a common denominator of 30 for step eight (answer is 2 29/30).
 Super Six! A Multiplying Fractions Partner Game
 Decimal Applications Quiz (word problems)
 Halloween Decimal Operations Word Problems
 Getting the Best Price on Your Holiday Dinner
could be used around Thanksgiving, good review of unit rates
students must be able to divide a decimal by a decimal
 12 Days of Christmas Math Word Problems
 Think Math: Christmas
this idea is easily adaptable to other days of the year allows you to assess which operations your student is most comfortable with
 Trimming the Tree Decimal Multiplication
 Commission Dice Game
perfect for the 6th grade Business Math block
 Percentages in Real Life
useful because the currency problems are written with the British pound sign instead of the American dollar sign; good
for students to be exposed to this and not be thrown off by it
 Changing from Decimals, Fractions, and Whole Numbers
 Convert between Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
 Fraction, Decimal, Percent Math Wheel
 Fraction Flowers  fun, openended, good for assessment
 Loopy Percents
 Percent of a Number Sampler  I like all the activities except the ratio tables
 Whack a Fraction Decimal Percent
you must print the cards in color to play this game
 Parts of a Whole: Quick Quiz
 Equivalent Forms  Ratios, Fractions, Decimals, Percent
 Exponents Doodle Notes
(helpful teacher review notes at How to prove that a number to the zero power is one)
Algebra
 Order of Operations Triangle Matching Puzzle
it is easier to remember when you come up with your own sentences!
Pam Eats More Daisies and Snowdrops  Becca
Petunia Exercises My Dorky Aunt Susan  Leah
Purple Elephants Make Delicious Apple Strudel  Natalie
 Order of Operations Dice Game
practice this concept with a simple "place value" dice game first have each child write the following on his/her paper: __ , __ __ __ , __ __ __ roll a die seven times and have students place each digit where they choose see who has the largest number at the end
note: there are two versions of the Order of Operations Dice Game (one has exponents)
 Order of Operations Exit Tickets (with exponents)
 Order of Operations Bowling
 Order of Operations Riddles
 Capture It!  competitive game to practice OOO
 Integers Quiz  great for quick assessment
 Multiplying a Positive Integer by a Negative Integer
(repeated addition of negative integers)
 Integers Word Problem  Error Analysis
 "Integer Insanity!" Game
 Middle School Math Sampler  Adding Integers Puzzle
 Multiplying and Dividing Integers Partner Activity
 Integers Card Game
 What's It Worth? Add and Subtract Positive and Negative Numbers
 Absolute Value and Opposite Numbers
 Coordinate Grid  Practice with Ordered Pairs
(preface this with the Rene Descartes "Stay in Bed Scholar" story from Mathematicians Are People, Too: Stories from the Lives of Great Mathematicians, Vol. 2)
 Graph Paper Template  Only One Quadrant
can be used for Battleship game
 Quadrant MatchUp!
(helpful teacher review notes at Four Quadrants)
 Back to School Coordinate Plane Graphing Activity
 Coordinate Grid Riddle
 Christmas: Plotting Points and Finding Slope
 Coordinate Graphing Game for Holes by Louis Sachar
 One Step Equations Picture Puzzle (complete all problems before cutting/pasting)
 Middle School Math Sampler  One Step Equations Tic Tac Toe
 FillIn PreAlgebra Puzzles
 Middle School Math Sampler  Distributive Property Maze
 Distributive Property Puzzle
 Matching Tables, Graphs, Verbal Descriptions and Equations
 Graphing Equations Stained Glass Art Project
you can do this pretty early on in your Algebra block if you explain it using function machines
I also introduced the Coordinate Graphing box by Clocca Concepts before giving out this sheet
 Linear Equations Matching (must know distributive property)
 OneStep Equations Activity
 TwoStep Equations Maze Activity
includes guided notes for solving one and two step equations
 TwoStep Equations Placemat Activity
I give my students the magic number which should be in the middle in advance (43)
 Solving Equations Partner Play
 Basic Equations Quiz
 Solving Inequalities (Christmas "ugly sweater" theme)
three levels: onestep, twostep, multistep
 Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations
 Linear Equations in Standard Form Coloring Page
(helpful teacher review notes at Methods for Graphing Linear Functions, plus more practice)
 Writing Linear Equations Carousel Activity
practice writing linear equations in slope intercept form
Geometry
 Quadrilateral Venn Template
have them draw one of each shape inside the correct space and then explain the relationship between them
 what are the similarities and the differences?
 Perimeter and Area Story Problems
(do as a pretest/posttest, with Test Prep Strategy for Any Subject color coding)
 Mr. Honey's Pig Pen Blueprints
 Mrs. T's Raccoon Room
 Goldfish Haven
 Finding the Area of Trapezoids Task Cards
(helpful teacher review notes at Area of a Parallelogram & Area of a Trapezoid)
 Mrs. C's Arts Garden
 Area of Irregular Figures Riddle
 Measuring Angles Coloring Sheet
(practicing measuring angles using a protractor, avoiding common mistakes)
I found a different coloring sheet because I didn't really like hers... so we used this one
but I really liked the idea and it was highinterest and supereasy to grade
 Measuring Angles with a Protractor Coloring Sheet
(another teacher's version of this activity)
 Find the Sum of the Exterior Angles of a Polygon
I recommend printing the large version of each polygon to make using a protractor easier
(helpful teacher review notes at Exterior Angles of Polygons)
 Pythagorean Theorem Tarsia Puzzle
 Pythagorean Theorem Converse
Measurement & Misc.
 Elapsed Time Task Cards
 Learning to Manage Money
weekly grocery shopping for a family of four with a budget of $150.00
 Temperature Conversions between Celsius and Fahrenheit
(all whole numbers  make sure students are familiar with Order of Operations first)
 Spring Cut & Paste Logic Puzzles
(we didn't do the Sudoku one but I liked the other two. these are pretty easy)
 "Spring Blooms" Logic Puzzle  more difficult
 Probability Word Problems Task Cards
 Mean, Median, Mode, Range Easter Egg Activity
(we used 30 plastic Easter eggs; it was easy to individualize this by letting the children come up with their own numbers)
 Slave Trade Statistics
(practice making bar and circle graphs, best for 7th and 8th grade tieins to History blocks)
 Shake, Rattle, and Roll
(practice making bar and line graphs, comparing which one is best for the given data set)
 Graphing Your Story
(interpreting a line graph with each axis labeled but without a title, creating a graph and writing its story)
 Graph Story Book Project  more difficult
 "The Buzz on the Bees"
(article, comprehension questions, and graphing activity about Colony Collapse Disorder)
