Pre-algebra is the foundation for learning algebra, and worksheets can be a great way to help students practice and reinforce key concepts.

## Here are some ideas for pre-algebra worksheets:

1. Number patterns: Create worksheets that focus on identifying and continuing number patterns, such as counting by 2s, 5s, or 10s.
2. Order of operations: Create worksheets that focus on understanding the order of operations (PEMDAS) and applying it to solve simple algebraic expressions.
3. Solving equations: Create worksheets that focus on solving one-step and two-step equations using the inverse operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
4. Graphing: Create worksheets that focus on plotting points on a coordinate plane and identifying the slope of a line.
5. Fractions: Create worksheets that focus on understanding and working with fractions in algebraic expressions, such as simplifying fractions and solving equations with fractions.
6. Word problems: Create worksheets that focus on solving word problems using algebraic equations, such as problems involving distance, rate, and time.
7. Games and Puzzles: Create worksheets that are fun and interactive, such as crossword puzzles, matching games, and word searches that focus on pre-algebra concepts.
8. Practice sheets: Create practice sheets with a variety of problems that students can use to practice and reinforce the concepts they have learned.

Always make sure to provide clear instructions and examples, and to include a section for students to check their work and correct any mistakes they find.