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Kuleep Kaur
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• Richmond, BC

## Kuleep Kaur's Discussions

### All Level Division Worksheets are Available to Print

Started Jul 15, 2012

Hi Fellow EducatorsThere is a recent update to one of our site with free division…Continue

### Division worksheets for kids

Started Mar 8, 2012

This site have some cool division worksheets for kidsIf you want to print free division worksheets for kids to do more practice, you can visit…Continue

### New To The Site!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kuleep Kaur Aug 11, 2011.

Hi EverybodyI just joined The Educator's PLN and feeling very proud to be a part of it.I run a tuition center in Richmond BC Canada.Love to teach math and science to kids from grade 6 to grade…Continue

# Kuleep Kaur's Page

## Free Fractions Worksheets and Lessons

Me and my staff at Guru Angad Educational, are doing an effort to put our fraction teaching content on the web. So we started the site www.fractionsworksheets.ca, where we are adding all the fractions lessons and worksheets we use at our center to teach kids.

We don't use a software to create fractions worksheets and lessons but two of our math tutors are dedicated to load, what we have crated manually and to create more math content for kids at our center and all around the world.

I really liked this site and it's my pleasure to be a part of it.

Thank you very very much.

Kuldeep Kaur

http://www.fractionsworksheets.ca

## Kuleep Kaur's Blog

### Area of a circle basics and applications

Posted on May 9, 2012 at 11:23pm

Area of a circle

Once kids start to learn area of plane figures such as rectangles and squares, area of a circle is introduced too. Most kids in grade six start to learn area of two dimensional shapes.

To find the area of a circle students need to know the basic terminology of circles first. The definition of a circle,…

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### Skip Counting Skills For Kids

Posted on March 8, 2012 at 3:54am

Benefits of skip counting for kids

Skip counting is the counting numbers in groups or bundles. For example, counting the numbers in bundles of twos. There are many many examples of such counting in everyday life.

For example; human body is the best example of skip counting. One person got two hands, two persons got four hands and so on. Same is true with other parts of body such as arms, legs, eyes, ears and…

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### Surface area and volume of a triangular prism

Posted on December 30, 2011 at 2:41am

Triangular prism is a three dimensional geometric shape. There are many examples of triangular prisms in our daily lives, such as a tent or a wedge.

It got its name because of its two triangular faces (act as bases of the prism). The rest of the three faces are rectangular in shape.

To find…

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### Adding fractions with unlike denominators

Posted on August 20, 2011 at 4:30pm

To learn adding fractions with different denominators , kids can go to http://www.fractionsworksheets.ca There are many links to the pages containing lessons and worksheets on adding fractions with different denominators.

The key is to know the greatest common factor of two or…

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