Math Worksheets and Printables

Math skills are important for kids to have in elementary school, middle school and beyond, appearing in many aspects of life. Help kids gain confidence in math with our educational worksheets. We cover all the important skills your kids need to know, including arithmetic, geometry, money, time and measurement. Our multiplication worksheets are an especially popular resource for use at home and in the classroom.
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How to Subtract Fractions How to Subtract Fractions This worksheet has a step-by-step guide to subtracting fractions with common and uncommon denominators.
Intro to Multiplication: Roller Coaster Word Problems Intro to Multiplication: Roller Coaster Word Problems Practice early multiplication with carnival word problems. From multiplying roller coaster cars to counting clowns, this worksheet is packed with multiplication fun!
Can I Afford It? Can I Afford It? Take a shot at some real-life math word problems.
Measurement Mania: Thermometers Measurement Mania: Thermometers Turn up the heat with this measurement worksheet that helps kids learn how to read a thermometer.
Valentine Graph Valentine Graph The students in Mr. Mason's class can hardly wait to give their homemade cards and candy treats on Valentine's Day!
Trail Mix Recipe Trail Mix Recipe Packed with protein and energy, trail mix is a great way to keep your kid energized.
Deviled Eggs Recipe Deviled Eggs Recipe While you've got your kid in the kitchen for this deviled eggs recipe, use it as an excuse to practice essentinal early-math skills like counting, measuring and sorting.
Root Beer Float Root Beer Float In this printable recipe, kids get valuable cooking practice and get to work on measuring, sorting and counting as well.
Kale Chips Recipe Kale Chips Recipe This kale chips recipe is an easy way to get kids comfortable in the kitchen and a great way to practice early math skills like counting and sorting.
Hummus Face Snack Hummus Face Snack This printable version of one of our favorite recipes is a healthy treat for after-school and a great way to practice measuring and counting!
Fruit Salad Recipe Fruit Salad Recipe Practice essential pre-math skills like counting, categorizing and sorting with this colorful fruit salad recipe.
Fruit and Cheese Kabobs Fruit and Cheese Kabobs Practice kitchen skills—as well as essential early math concepts like counting, measuring and sorting—with this easy recipe for fruit and cheese kabobs.
English Muffin Pizza English Muffin Pizza Please your picky eater's palate with this English Muffin Pizza recipe.
Mining Truck Dot-to-Dot Mining Truck Dot-to-Dot Skip count by 10s to complete a dot-to-dot picture of a mining truck.
Dump Truck Dot-to-Dot Dump Truck Dot-to-Dot Skip count by twos and draw nice, straight lines to end up with a cute picture of a dump truck.
Excavator Dot-to-Dot Excavator Dot-to-Dot Help your kindergartener practice counting and drawing lines with this construction-themed excavator worksheet that hones fine motor skills.
Math skills are important for kids to have in elementary school, middle school and beyond, appearing in many aspects of life. Help kids gain confidence in math with our educational worksheets. We cover all the important skills your kids need to know, including arithmetic, geometry, money, time and measurement. Our multiplication worksheets are an especially popular resource for use at home and in the classroom.

Tips to Get Your Child Excited About Math

Math is a subject of great divide: some kids love it, and other kids hate it! You can help make math fun by providing variety, engaging materials like fun math worksheets, and academic support. Try these tips to foster your child's love of math:

  • Turn everyday activities into fun math practice. If your child is eating waffles for breakfast, see if he can divide a waffle into halves or quarters. Younger children might be able to count the number of waffle grooves while older children might be able to calculate the waffle's circumference.
  • Make numbers a part of your everyday routine. Your child might not like addition, but he may enjoy counting the number of stop signs on the drive to school or the number of stairs on your porch. Lead by example to encourage your child to think of math exercises as a part of his daily routine.
  • For kids that have a basic interest in math, try using daily riddles to keep them thinking throughout the day. At breakfast, you may ask your child a riddle like, "What number has three tens and four ones?" or, "What is a mathematician's favorite dessert?" Your child can take the day to think about the riddle and tell you the answer when you're working on math practice worksheets after school!
  • Enrich your child's math education by keeping a set of fun math worksheets available. Some kids like to have quiet time to try new math concepts at their own pace. Encourage your child to practice with a new math worksheet for kids daily.