FREE Worksheets

Worksheets can be boring but are pretty necessary in mastering a principle. The worksheets I've created stick to the point, help students come to fully understand each principle and are free to the public.

I advise all students only to move forward to the next lesson once they have mastered the lesson they are working on.


Worksheets can be found in the following links:


Abacus:
*These worksheets start with Lesson 3.  There are no worksheets associated with the first two lessons.  This link opens a Google Docs Folder.  You do not need a Google account to access them.
**Access the Abacus YouTube Playlist Here.

World Geography:
*This link opens a Google Docs Folder.  You do not need a Google account to access them.
**Access the Youtube World Geography Playlist Here.


Cursive:
*This link opens a Google Docs Folder.  You do not need a Google account to access them.
**Access the Youtube Playlist Here.

Spelling:
*This link opens a Google Docs Folder.  You do not need a Google account to access them.

Science Projects & Lessons:
*This link opens a Google Docs Folder.  You do not need a Google account to access them.
** There are two sheets to download per project


Math:
  • Elementary Math 2nd Grade
    (coming soon)

History:
  • (coming sometime)

English: 
  • (coming sometime)

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  2. Could you make videos for abacus multiplication and division? Great tutorials by the way! Helped me a lot.

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  3. abacus teaching are really very good and simple, anybody can understand thank you , Please make videos for abacus multiplications and divisions also.

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  4. EXCELLENT EFFORTS JHON .KEEP IT UP.

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  5. I am 56 and I am really enjoying learning the abacus. I hated math and always struggled with it. Somehow, the abacus uses a different part of my brain and it is much easier: do the patterns and the answers present themselves. :)

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  6. I am 56 and I am really enjoying learning the abacus. I hated math and always struggled with it. Somehow, the abacus uses a different part of my brain and it is much easier: do the patterns and the answers present themselves. :)

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  7. Great tutorials! Multiplication and division videos please!

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  8. I found a few other videos before I found yours. I think yours are very clear. I have a question. I think I got in the habit of moving the 5 or the 10 BEFORE the compliment. But you do the compliment first. Is there a correct way? I want to do it the correct way. I figure since this has been around for a couple thousand years, there must be a "correct'" way and a reason for it. Thank you very much. :)

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  9. Nice one .....very well explained....keep it up thanks for the resource

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  10. Really great videos, Sir, I appreciate it. Also, what is very interesting, as I was watching "abacus"videos, you, seemed to me, knew, or rather, felt what exactly was happening in my head and kept explaining the subject until I actually got it. Thank you. Please keep up a great work.

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  11. Thank you for your videos. How would you calculate 20-3 using complements? The complement of three is two. So would you add two in the ones column and subtract a ten in the tens column? Doing this gives me an incorrect answer. Please assist...

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    1. it is base ten so the complement of 3 is 7 so you add 7 to the ones and would get 17 (after subtracting a ten in the tens column)

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  12. Pls how can I get the multiplication using abacus videos? I really need it please.

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  14. thank you. your videos have helped me to clear my doubts. thanks once again

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  15. Thank you very much for your time and effort for providing this helpful material.

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  16. Thanks John. Cursive worksheets helping a lot

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  18. Are there videos for upper case cursive letters?

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  19. when will the history and English be coming?

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  24. Do you have videos and worksheets for capital letters? I just finished all the lowercase letter and REALLY need the capital letters!!!

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  25. Do you have videos and worksheets for capital letters? I just finished all the lowercase letter and REALLY need the capital letters!!!

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