Math Worksheets and Printables

The fun themes and bright colors on each of our printable math worksheets ensure that children will have fun reinforcing key skills or learning new ones. Use the sidebar to filter by grade and skill to find the perfect math worksheet for your child or class.
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August 2011: Calendar Learning August 2011: Calendar Learning How many days are in August? Teach your child how to use a calendar to find the date or the day with this great introductory worksheet.
Faster, Faster: Two-Digit Addition #1 Faster, Faster: Two-Digit Addition #1 Does your second grader get a rush from race cars?
Bubblegum Addition Bubblegum Addition Boost your child's arithmetic skill and addition facts fluency with this bubbly worksheet that offers single-digit addition problems with sums of 9 or less.
Watercolor Paint by Number: Bird Watercolor Paint by Number: Bird Give your child great color-mixing practice with this fun paint by number worksheet, featuring a bird who's just found himself a yummy worm.
Addition with Carrying 25 Addition with Carrying 25 Rewriting each addition problem and solving using carrying will provide your second grader with valuable double-digit addition practice!
Fun Fractions Fun Fractions Each shape on this third grade math worksheet is divided into equal parts, and some of the parts are shaded.
Count by Twos Count by Twos Kids count by twos on this first grade math worksheet.
Tracing Numbers & Counting: 1 Tracing Numbers & Counting: 1 On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 1, then write their own.
How to Draw a Kite How to Draw a Kite In this worksheet from our How to Draw series, emerging artists can learn to break pictures into geometric shapes.
Tracing Numbers: 8 Tracing Numbers: 8 Kids color eight crabs and trace the number 8 several times to practice counting, identifying, and writing numbers on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
Create a Calendar: September Create a Calendar: September Packed with counting, handwriting, and coloring activities, this calendar page is chock full of educational value.
Tracing Numbers & Counting: 20 Tracing Numbers & Counting: 20 On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 20, then write their own.
Silly Shapes: Make an Alien! Silly Shapes: Make an Alien! Help your preschooler sort out the silly shapes included on this printable to design a kooky alien of her own, strengthening her math foundation.
Dividing Monomials #2 Dividing Monomials #2 Get your middle school student in gear for algebra with these division problems with monomials.
Multiplication Table 1-12 Multiplication Table 1-12 Kids fill in the missing spaces of the multiplication table for numbers 1 to 12 to complete this third grade math worksheet.
Double Digits! Practice Vertical Addition with Carrying 19 Double Digits! Practice Vertical Addition with Carrying 19 Double-digit addition with carrying will take on a brand new twist for your second grader when it comes with a couple of friendly monster companions!
The fun themes and bright colors on each of our printable math worksheets ensure that children will have fun reinforcing key skills or learning new ones. Use the sidebar to filter by grade and skill to find the perfect math worksheet for your child or class.

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.