For everyone who struggles with math, here is a Math Cheat Sheet! It functions as a student handout, an addition to a school binder, or a free homeschool math reference sheet to complement a homeschool math curriculum.
Free Math Cheat Sheet
Through elementary school, middle school and junior high, I used A Beka math. A Beka starts trigonometry in 7th grade and prides itself in being 1-2 full grades ahead of almost every other curriculum. Despite how crazy their curriculum is, they honed my math skills sharply, even if I didn’t enjoy it at the time!
To keep my sanity, I created this math cheat sheet that included everything I needed to survive the school year.
I created its bright color coding for visual learners, like myself. (I also later created a less-feminine color choice, for the boys out there who struggle with math!)
This chart was designed to be used and memorized within time, not necessarily copied for schoolwork. This free math printable is perfect for middle school and high school, but was created with grades 4-8 in mind, since that is the time I used it the most. For durability, you can laminate this sheet, or put it in a plastic protector.
Also check out my sheet for The Parts of Speech and Sentences for grades 4-8.
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