Maria's Math News, February 2015 
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This time we explore how students should show their work, laugh at "Happy Face Math", get tips for writing in math class, and celebrate: ALL worksheets at HomeschoolMath.net can now be made both in PDF and html formats! ~Maria
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3. Math worksheets in PDF formTime to celebrate!I've been working hard on the various worksheet generators at HomeschoolMath.net, and now all of them make worksheets both in PDF and html formats! Below you can see examples of the variety of the worksheets: The advantage of the PDF format is that it's portable and you'll instantly see how it prints. The advantage of the html format is that you can edit it! Simply save the worksheet to your device and then open the file in a word processing software. The worksheets cover topics from grade 1 through prealgebra, such as: all the basic operations, clock, money, measuring, fractions, decimals, percents, proportions, ratios, factoring, equations, expressions, graphing, geometry, square roots, and more. And it's all free. => Free math worksheets Enjoy! 
4. Writing in math classI really liked these little writing tasks meant for the beginning of lesson, but you could use them any time, and of course they're not limited to algebra! Including writing in math is something I'm trying to do from time to time with my girls by simply asking them to write out a neat solution for a word problem  these are even better.=> Incorporating writing in math class 
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