Making Words With Calculator Fun
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 6 Equations - 6.EE.A.1
Words You Can Create on a Calculator - Did you think the calculator was only for calculating large and complex problems? Well, we tell you a secret here about calculators, that you can do a lot more with calculators than just calculating. If you are bored and you have nothing around you except a calculator, or you need a break from that complex problem you are trying to solve for hours. This is what you can do. Grab your calculator and start creating words. There a long list of words that you can type on the calculator and enjoy it later awing on the technological creativity you have in front of you. Switch your calculator to the hexadecimal mode which has letters A-F and start typing. You can easily type the following letters; some need you to invert your calculator. 1. See 2. Lol 3. Decided. Turn your calculator upside down, and you will see: 4. Hello 5. Google 6. Shoes 7. Egg Other words that you can create are: 8. Slob 9. Gee 10. Bee 11. Bless 12. Log 13. Loses Be as creative as you can. Use these worksheets to learning how to spell words on your calculator and learn some math at the same time.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Spelling Big Boss Step-by-Step Lesson- We introduce you to writing all types of words on your calculator.
- Guided Lesson - I walk you through all the steps. From the calculations to reading the words.
- Guided Lesson Explanation - When I first created these, I just gave the words and not the numbers. Quickly realized that needed to change.
- Practice Worksheet - I dropped some hints in there to help students read the words quicker.
- Matching Worksheet - No numbers here. Find the word created by the sums and differences.
Some of the words are American and Candian slang. I could only dream up so many words.
- Homework 1 - Follow the order of operations to compute these out.
- Homework 2 - What word does the following problem generate when you turn your calculator upside down?
- Homework 3 - Exponents will pop up here.
Really good and fun practice for order of operations worksheets.
Math Skill Quizzes
The first two give you the numbers and the last one gets back to operations.