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There are 945 pages of printable Math worksheets in this bundle. No need to be on the internet.
There are free samples all over our Math section on this website.
You'll find twenty-one files of printable math worksheets that cover the basic math operations with:
Each of these are divided into handy files for you to choose the practice that your kids need. See a comprehensive list of files below.
Print the worksheets or copy them to your kids' files so that they can type their answers to fill-in-the-blank.
Use with our PrintNPractice ad-free addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division videos.
Look below to see a description of the 21 practice math worksheets files you will receive in this download.
Most of our addition worksheets are made for your students to practice the basic facts in learning order. No nonsense. No fluff. Fast and easy practice, math homework assignments, or after summer review.
In this file there are six sub-files of addition worksheets:
Use these with the printable addition flash cards that you will find below in the flash cards file.
I have seen kids from first through fourth grade learn all four tables within four months. The teacher or parent assigns the worksheets and quickly shows the flash cards four or five times per week.
See printable addition flip charts in section #8 below. There are two sets, one for each of landscape and portrait orientation.
There's nothing like adding color by number worksheets to math class to make it fun. There are a total of eighteen files of coloring worksheets.
Kids love to combine learning the colors with recognizing numbers using these color by number coloring pages.
There are also nine files of number coloring pages that each have a number coloring page for 0-9 plus a sheet with 1-9 one one page, totaling eleven pages per file for a grand total of 99 pages.
These are awesome for learning numbers and for making math posters, banners, and other artful projects as for birthdays and kindergarten graduation. 2020? 2021? Congratulations!
You receive five files of printable counting worksheets.
You receive a 67 page printable math dictionary that you can store digitally or print. You can keep it in a binder for easy reference.
It compiles math definitions from all of the math textbooks I have read from K-5, especially Saxon Math books, the best series of math text books that I have used. See them on our site on the main math page.
You can see three files of division worksheets here:
See practice division flash cards in the flash cards file below.
See the multiplication files below for the multiplication and division worksheets and chart. These show the two operations together as equations and helps kids see the connection between division and multiplication.
You may like to print this back to back with the addition and subtraction chart for all four math tables on one piece of paper or card stock.
See the flip charts file for all four math operations in #8 below.
There are sixteen files in the Exponents Worksheets file and the first few show the exponent rules or the laws of exponents.
Ten of these files teach squares with blocks and area.
Squares use exponents to the second power, multiplying once.
3 x 3 = 9
It can also be written as 32.
Six files teach cubes with volume and with blocks.
Cubes use exponents to the third power, multiplying twice.
3 x 3 x 3 = 27
It can also be written as 33.
This exponents chart is my favorite! It shows the first, second, third and fourth powers. It makes it easy for kids to see the relations. It's also great for memorizing the exponents.
There are four columns, one each for x, x2, x3, and x4.
This chart is on several of the worksheets, so kids can find the answers easily as they practice using exponents.
There is also a page to copy with four of these charts in quarter size so you can tape these in your books and binders for easy reference. Kids can see the exponent laws in action "at-a-glance".
Four of these exponents worksheets show different levels of simplifying exponents using pictures of blocks. If you have blocks, you can demonstrate the same view on paper.
Each of these math flash cards has two sides with four cards per side.
You can print single sided
Or print them double sided to have both. Use thick card stock if you do not want your kids to see the answers through the card. Sit or stand with your back away from a window or light. :-)
There are three kinds of number flash cards in this file.
These printable flip charts show the math facts up to twelve for all four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in two formats each:
I keep the portrait style in a clip board by the couch to review at night with other memorization work. It is easy for kids to review each table one at a time in a similar manner as using flash cards.
See nine fractions, decimals, percents, and equivalent fractions worksheets.
You would also like to use the hundreds charts when teaching percents. See section #3 above.
These printable geometry worksheets show kindergarten and first grade geometry shapes: acute angle, right angle, obtuse angle, circle, line, square, rectangle, triangle, and oval worksheets.
Kids can trace and copy as well as draw the shapes.
Two files of printable graph paper for math class.
See scores of differently colored and different sizes of graph paper to print on our main graph paper web page online.
Find two simple measurement worksheets:
You will receive two coin worksheets, the one with the names of the coins and the other with the way to write their values as dollars or cents. See our coin video on our money worksheets web page.
There are 35 files of practice multiplication worksheets for kids.
Mother lode of practice worksheets for multiplication!
See the multiplication flash cards and flip charts in their sections above for more multiplication practice.
These colorful order of operations worksheets begin with super simple copywork and build to show the different steps of PEMDAS gradually including all the steps.
Print these two math posters back to back on card stock to keep as reference or on heavy paper to hang on the wall or bulletin board.
This six page set of worksheets gives your children practice writing checks. Even though we rarely write checks to pay bills anymore, many businesses still need to make payments and purchases this way.
A fun idea is to use colored paper to pretend that they are writing real checks - like using play money. This way they need practice writing the numbers in words as well as practice spelling the names of popular companies.
The last page is handy to put in a binder or your kids' math book to be ready to check their spelling when they have to write the numbers in words.
As with the addition files above, there are six sub-files of subtraction worksheets to help your kids learn how to subtract:
See subtraction flash cards and subtraction flip charts above.
These clock worksheets help kids learn how to tell time. Telling time worksheets can be fun and you can print these as often as your kids need help.
Remember to use the skip counting worksheets, too, especially for skip counting by fives.
Find fifteen files of writing numbers worksheets:
"These were exceptionally helpful to my students as first grade Math worksheets. I simply printed a bundle of addition worksheets for the children to practice and used flash cards to quiz them. Some of our children really rose to the flash cards race." ~Mary
"Each school day they simply filled out two or three practice worksheets related to each table they were learning. The work was relatively easy once they understood what equations were, and they learned it really fast if they said each equation out loud. Once they "quizzed out" of a table they could move to the next." ~MKF
"One of ours learned addition and subtraction at the same time because he saw the relationship right away. He was tickled to have the two tables learned in nearly the same time as learning one. Multiplying and dividing were easy for him, too. Why make the kids work hard?" ~KJF
We did the same for the 2nd and 3rd Grade Math worksheets. We simply chose the next table and all of its Math practice worksheets when the text book introduced it. Multiplication, division and fractions are the stars of this show.
Be sure to allow a week or two for kids to learn the tables. Some children can learn all four operations in several months.
One of our children learned all four tables at seven years old using these math practice worksheets. That brought him up to the level of 3rd grade Math worksheets.
That was so much better than taking three years to learn the same information.
Less torture for the kids, less work for me. Oh, how I wish I'd had these for our older children! We would have saved so much time.
The rest of these math practice worksheets are super useful through the 5th and 6th grades, especially for review, learning exponents, primes, Roman numerals and more.
Anytime your children need to review the basics, these are easy for practice. Just go to the right file and either copy them to your child's files to answer by typing on the computer (interactive worksheets), or print it to be finished in handwriting.
What are interactive worksheets?
Interactive worksheets are worksheets that kids can answer the questions or practice on the computer without printing the pages, or the pages can also be printed. Either way, whatever works. This saves paper and ink.
Interactive worksheets are customizable, too, so that you can print your own notes or directions on the worksheets. You can also save your work for future use.