A worksheet is an instructional tool that allows a learner to put concepts and ideas into practice. A worksheet may be used to help a student practice a mathematical process, connect ideas, review key points from a reading and more.
Find free worksheets at FreeHomeSchoolDeals.com and HomeSchooling-Ideas.com, as of 2015. Both websites feature worksheets in subjects such as language arts, math and science. The worksheets are available to download in formats such as PDF.
To find a line's equation, identify two of the points through which the line passes, and then use the "x" and "y" coordinates to find the slope of the line, or the rate at which it climbs or falls. Use the slope to find the line's intersection with the y-axis.
Printable worksheets to help a student learn time-telling are available for download from Super Teacher Worksheets and Math-Aids. Both websites offer worksheets of varying complexities, from how to tell time to the hour and minute to elapsed time.
Find math worksheets online on websites such as Math Is Fun and TheMathWorksheetSite.com. These websites offer worksheets in many areas of math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages, graphing, algebra and geometry.
Find division worksheets on CommonCoreSheets.com and HomeSchoolMath.net, as of 2015. Both websites allow visitors to download worksheets for free in formats such as PDF. CommonCoreSheets.com features division worksheets that are aligned to Common Core Standards. HomeSchoolMath.net features randomly
Story setting worksheets are available at EReading Worksheets, Bogglesworldesl.com, and k12reader.com. Each website provides worksheets for younger students to help develop skills for determining both where and when a story takes place.
Project Money provides a downloadable worksheet that instructs the user how to write a check, as the website shows. The worksheet details the required information placement on a check, and the user can later practice check writing on an additional worksheet.
Math-Drills.com provides thousands of worksheets that can be generated, with answer sheets, for many mathematical topics. Available worksheets range from simple, single-digit addition to polynomial expressions and equations.
Budget worksheets are available for download on the websites for Bank of America, American Consumer Credit Counseling and Federal Trade Commission. An interactive online version is also available on the National Foundation for Credit Counseling website.