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  • A paper for recording work done or in progress
  • (worksheet) a sheet of paper with multiple columns; used by an accountant to assemble figures for financial statements
  • A data file created and used by a spreadsheet program, which takes the form of a matrix of cells when displayed
  • A paper listing questions or tasks for students
  • (worksheet) a piece of paper recording work planned or done on a project
  • A worksheet is a sheet of paper, or on a computer, on which problems are worked out or solved and answers recorded.


  • Offset or compare the value of (one thing) with another
  • In the game of bridge, the term balancing (or protection) refers to making a call other than pass when passing would result in the opponents playing at a low level. Balancing is done by the player in balancing position, i.e. at the right of the last bidder.
  • In linguistics, balancing and deranking are terms used to describe the form of verbs used in various types of subordinate clauses and also sometimes in co-ordinate constructions.
  • Remain in a steady position without falling
  • reconciliation: getting two things to correspond; “the reconciliation of his checkbook and the bank statement”
  • Keep or put (something) in a steady position so that it does not fall


  • a book issued to holders of checking accounts
  • A cheque or check (American English) is a piece of paper (usually) that orders a payment of money. The person writing the cheque, the drawer, usually has a chequing account where their money is deposited.
  • A book of blank checks with a register for recording checks written
  • Alternative form of chequebook

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Worksheets for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills
Worksheets for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills
This book consists of 250 worksheets specifically designed to offer more lessons in teaching social thinking that dovetail both off the lessons discussed in all of Michelle G. Winner’s other books: Inside Out: What Makes the Person With Social Cognitive Deficits Tick? Thinking About You Thinking About Me, and the Think Social! A Social Thinking Curriculum for School Age Students. These lessons are in addition to most of the information in these other three books. The worksheets help to create a lesson plan, defining how to break down concepts for students to explore and they can used directly with students. The worksheets can be copied and sent to parents and other professionals to give an idea of what the student is learning and how to carry the concept over in their own environments. There are some worksheets for children Kindergarten through 2nd grade, the majority of the worksheets are for students in 3rd grade and higher, many of the worksheets are for middle and high school students; the ideas can be used with adults as well. Each worksheet page is coded for the recommended age group it targets.


well, hardly. a big stack of bills to be paid with october’s paycheck, though.

when i worked at the temple, one of my favorite tasks was pulling out the ledger & the sign-in sheets & the contracts & running payroll for all the teachers. i had to do it by hand; each teacher had a worksheet to be completed, & then all the appropriate information had to be filled in on a ledger to be given to our accounting person, & i think what i liked about it was the neatness of the whole thing. rows & rows of numbers, ordered, precise, correct. & as much as i detest the way my paycheck seems to disappear as soon as it arrives, i like balancing my checkbook & paying my own bills, too, for the same reason.

4-panel Comic worksheet*

4-panel Comic worksheet*
Free Downloadable Worksheet with blank panels and tips on making a 4 panel comic strip. Click "All Sizes" to download full printable version. Teachers & Students: You can download and use this for free! *

* If you use the worksheet, please drop me a quick note to let me know where you used it (school, or home, etc.) and how. It would brighten my day to know how it’s being used.

balancing checkbook worksheets