|Ages Kindergarten – 12th Grade and Parents
Math-Aids.Com provides over 1,100 free (homeschoolers love free!) math worksheets covering more than 90 different math topics (addition – Algebra II, K-12th Grade). Topics include: Addition, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Decimals, Division, Estimation, Exponents, Fact Family, Factors, Flash Cards, Fractions, Function Tables, Geometry, Graph, Graph Paper, Graphing, Greater Than Less Than, Hundreds Chart, In and Out Boxes, Integers, Kindergarten, Mean Mode Median & Range, Measurement, Mixed Problems, Money, Multiplication, Number Bonds, Number Lines, Number Systems, Order of Operations, Patterns, Percent, Place Value, Pre-Algebra, Probability, Properties, Pythagorean Theorem, Radicals, Ratios, Rounding, Significant Figures, Skip Counting, Subtraction, Telling Time, Venn Diagrams, Word Games and Word Problems. Plus, new worksheets are being added regularly. Don’t see what you need? Just contact the website. They’ll design any math worksheets you might need for your lesson planning (WOWZA. That’s amazing!).
I really like this site (and these worksheets) for the following reasons:
- They worksheets are randomly and dynamically generated by the site’s math worksheet generators. This means you can make an unlimited number of printable math worksheets to your specifications instantly (how nice!)
- You can customized the worksheets to fit your homeschool needs
- Worksheets can be printed immediately or saved for later use
- They are delivered in a PDF format (this means the copy looks like the worksheet on the website – spacing or the appearance of the worksheet doesn’t change when it is copied)
- The worksheets include the answer keys (I’m a big fan of this!)
- Each math topic has several different types of math worksheets to cover various types of problems you may choose to work on. There are lots of options
- They can be used as part of your everyday homeschooling, over breaks and during the summer
- It’s easy to find just what you need on the site. Plus, there is a detailed description provided in each math worksheet section
- I love that they’re free. If you don’t like the ads on the pages, you can sign up for their ad free Member’s Area for only $19.95 a year. With the membership, the page loads are ten times faster and the PDF worksheets are even easier to print and save. If you like the site, the $19.95 membership is certainly worth the price (by the way, I’m going to pay for the membership. I thought the ads were a bit annoying. But I certainly understand why they’re there – so the site can offer their worksheets for free).
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