Years 3 to 6
Algebra Index

Pre-Algebra
Add Two Numbers and the Answer is Always 1089
Compare Decimal Numbers 0 to 1
Compare Decimal Numbers: -1 to +1
Compare Fractions
Compare Unit Fractions
Comparing Fractions
Comparing Numbers
Definition of Number Line
Definition of Number Pattern
Definition of Open Sentence
Definition of Operation
Equal, Less and Greater Than Symbols
Fraction Number Line
Introduction to Inequalities
Make your own Number Patterns
Multiplication - Times Tables
Multiplication Tips and Tricks
Number Line
Open Sentences
Ordering Decimals
Ordering Game
Ordering Game
Pattern Match - Colors
Pattern Match - Numbers
Pattern Match - Shapes
Patterns
Why the Answer is Always 1089
Algebra
Equations and Formulas
Inverse
Reciprocal
Reciprocal
Activity: Dropping a Coin onto a Grid
Activity: Make a Mandala
Activity: Soup Can
Algebra - Definitions
Balance when Adding and Subtracting
Brackets (Parentheses)
Conversion of Temperature - Celsius to Fahrenheit
Definition of Constant
Definition of Expression
Definition of Pattern
Definition of Problem
Definition of Variable
Exponents
Introduction to Algebra
Introduction to Algebra - Multiplication
Introduction to Interest
Make your own Number Patterns
Math Match Game
Number Sequences - Square, Cube and Fibonacci
Open Sentences
Order of Operations - BODMAS
Order of Operations - PEMDAS
Order of Operations Calculator
Patterns
Sequences
Sequences - Finding A Rule
Shapes Freeplay
Smart Blocks
Solving Equations
Substitution
Exponents
Activity: Subsets
Definition of Power
Exponents
Exponents of Negative Numbers
Index Notation - Powers of 10
Laws of Exponents
Linear Equations
Inverse
Add Two Numbers and the Answer is Always 1089
Definition of Additive Inverse
Definition of Inverse
Definition of Inverse Operation
Definition of Reciprocal
Introduction to Algebra
Introduction to Algebra - Multiplication
Solving Equations
Why the Answer is Always 1089

 

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