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Elementary Teacher Worksheets

A teacher worksheet is a tool used by educators to reinforce the lectures, videos and textbooks in the instructional process. Worksheets are provided by the publisher, found on the internet and created by the teacher. They often contain some of the same question forms of a test (fill in the blanks, essay questions and true or false) along with maps, charts and graphs. In mathematics they are exercises for the required material. View our tips below in creating a worksheet.
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1. The worksheet must be relevant to the subject and cover what you have discussed in the classroom.
2. All answers must be found in the materials provided.
3. The level must match the age and understanding of the student.
4. All material must be clear and easy to understand.
5. Read the worksheet and try it yourself before you use it in the classroom.
6. Check the sheet for any typos, grammatical errors and inconsistent information.
7. Put the objective at the head of the paper.
8. Make sure the instructions are complete and easy to understand.