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Summer Season Related Math Worksheets

What is the Summer Season? You love holidays, don't you? Then you must be desperately waiting for summer vacations! We do we get holidays in that season but do you know what summers are? Let's take a look! The summer season is one of the four seasons that occur around the year. Among the four seasons, it is the hottest season of the year. This season is when the people have to face the scorching heat of the sun. During the summer season, the days are longer and the nights are shorter. Mostly, the summer season occurs in the northern and southern parts of the Earth. In the Northern parts, the summer season ranges from April to September while in the Southern region, the season occurs from December to March months. During the summer season, people enjoy going to the beach and visiting cool places. Eating different varieties of fruits such as watermelon, mangoes, grapes, and vegetables like cucumbers to beat the heat. People go out to visit different places with their families during the summers. All of these sheets are related to the season of summer. If you are looking for summer time review math work for your grade level, click here.

Themed Skill Sheets Sorted By Common Core Skill

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Grade 4

  • Mixed Patterns (4.OA.C.5.L.5) - What number comes next in this pattern?
  • Adding Numbers up to a Million(4.NBT.B.4.B.1) - Solve for the following addition problems.
  • Making Change(4.MS.A.2.M.5) - Martin bought himself a new swimming mask, snorkel, and swimming flippers. The total cost was $18.75. Martin had $ 19.43 in his pocket. How much change will Martin get back from this purchase?
  • Lines of Symmetry(4.G.A.3.P.26) - Identify if the dotted lines are lines of symmetry.

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  • Scatter Plots(8.SP.A.1.N.13) - Analyze the following scatter plots and determine if they have a positive, negative, or no correlation.
  • Volume of Prisms and Cylinders(8.G.C.9.Q.28) - Find the volume for the following prisms and cylinders.