# Gingerbread Man Themed Math Pages

Always remember that grade levels are not absolutes -- especially since we're all living in different countries and therefore have different curriculums.  Some kindergarten children will find the Grade One worksheets useful as will some Grade Two students.  Use your judgment!

NOTE:  Magic Squares definition:  add across and down to see the relationships in addition and subtraction.  Great self-checking review (the sums of the answers across = the sums of the answers down making it possible for the children to check their own answers)

1. Two numbers from 0 to 10

2. Fill in the blanks - two numbers from 0 to 10

3. Add a column of three numbers (the first number is always "1")

4. One number from 10 to 19 and one number from 0 to 9   (addition)   (subtraction)

5. Single digit number MAGIC SQUARES  (addition)   (subtraction)

6. Single digit number MATH TABLES  (addition)   (subtraction

7. Single digit number sentences - fill in the + or - sign (addition/subtraction

1. One number from 10 to 99 and one number from 0 to 9   (addition)   (subtraction)

2. Number sentences - fill in the + or - sign (addition/subtraction

3. Two digit numbers - NO CARRYING   (addition)   (subtraction

4. Two digit numbers - CARRYING

5. Fill in the blanks - two digit numbers with CARRYING

6. Two digit number MAGIC SQUARES   (addition)   (subtraction

7. Two digit number MATH TABLES  (addition)   (subtraction

8. Two digit number sentences - fill in the + or - sign (addition/subtraction

9. Add a column of three single digit numbers

10. Two numbers from 0 to 10   (multiplication)

11. Multiplication MATH TABLES  (multiplication)

12. Number sentences - fill in the + or - or x sign (addition/subtraction/multiplication

## DIRECTIONS:

Click one of the links above.  Click once on the image and then print.  To generate a new worksheet, click the GENERATE NEW WORKSHEET link at the top right hand side of your page.

NETSCAPE 4.7 USERS:
Netscape 4.7 handles things differently than Internet Explorer which has made this process a bit more nightmarish than it should have been.  Sorry to all of the netscape users out there for the hassle -- if my hardworking hubby ever figures out how to fix it a different way, I'll post it here.

Here's the problem:

1. the first worksheet will print fine

2. when you hit GENERATE NEW WORKSHEET, you'll see a new worksheet on your screen, but when you PRINT, it will print the first worksheet again.

Here's the fix (the directions take longer to read than they do to accomplish -- once you've done it two or three times, it becomes second nature)

1. print the first worksheet you see just like you normally would

• EDIT,

• PREFERENCES,

• ADVANCED (double click or hit the + sign beside the word)

• CACHE

• Click the CLEAR MEMORY CACHE button

• Chose OK

• Click the CLEAR DISK CACHE button

• Chose OK

• Click OK or CANCEL from the bottom of the Preferences Window

4. Now click the link to go back into whatever worksheets you're working with, print the worksheet as normal and start the process all over again.