# About

**Welcome!**

Repetition is the path to mastery, and so the logic goes with timed math tests. Maybe you’re home schooling, or maybe you’re in a district that’s gone full bore into Mad Minute, Rocket Math or some other type of timed testing. Either way, your kid needs practice and lots of it. Nobody learns math by osmosis. You learn math by burning up pencils and paper.

This site has math fact worksheets, place value problems, addition without carrying, subtraction without borrowing, suites of multiplication tests using various methodologies, fractions and more. It’s done wonders for my kids. I hope it does the same for yours.

To get started, click on the Worksheets link in the menu to right and navigate down to some material you need. Print it out, then use the Timer to perform some tests. It’s easy!

**Is it really free?**

Yes, it’s all free for you to use and share. If you’re a parent taking the time to help your kids get ahead in math, I hope the content here is a help and, beyond the worksheets, let me give you a hearty high-five. If you’re a teacher looking for materials to benefit a whole room full of kids, even better.

**How can you help?**

If you like what you’ve found here, please consider telling other parents, teachers or friends that you think might also find value here. If you are a Google user, consider clicking the ‘+1’ button near the top of the page to show your support. If you have a website or blog, please consider linking to some of the worksheets or posts you find useful. The best way to give back is to help others find the site, and your support is hugely appreciated here.

Thanks for visiting and good luck on your mathematical journey!

Thanks Dana!

Comment by admin — September 27, 2016 @ 8:25 pm

Hi Elaine!

No Roman Numeral Worksheets yet, but I’ll make sure that’s on the list of things to build soon. Sorry I missed the opportunity to help with the your unit on them right now! 🙁

Dad

Comment by admin — September 27, 2016 @ 8:26 pm

Sorry Nikki! The site has been struggling to keep up with the back-to-school traffic this week, but we’re doing a server upgrade on it tonight!

Comment by admin — September 27, 2016 @ 8:27 pm

None of the spiral math pages will load… HELP! I love these!

Comment by alecia — October 2, 2016 @ 4:12 pm

How does the Bullseye multiplication work. I have really enjoyed your website. It has been extremely helpful

Comment by Glenda Price — October 3, 2016 @ 3:41 pm

Hi Alecia… I migrated the site to a new server this week and everything should be loading now, but you may need to clear your browser cache just in case…

Comment by Admin — October 6, 2016 @ 5:15 pm

Hi Glenda! I’m glad you like the site! Those bullseye multiplication worksheets are just like the regular math facts worksheets… Pick a series that works for your child and start from the beginning worksheets and work your way through to the ones with a complete set of multiplication facts!

Comment by Admin — October 6, 2016 @ 5:16 pm

This is an awesome website for teachers and parents! Thank you so much! you make my work so much easier!

Yanina

Comment by Yanina Yonamine — October 17, 2016 @ 5:32 am

Thanks Yanina!

Comment by Admin — October 17, 2016 @ 7:19 am

Dad,

Could you please make some worksheets on measuring volumes – graduated cylinders, etc? That would be so helpful!

Your ruler worksheets are awesome!

Thanks!

Comment by Dani — October 17, 2016 @ 6:15 pm

Hi Guys,

I’ve looked diligently, but have been unable to find the 100 problem multiplication sheets. I see the references to them, but not the sheets themselves. Can you point me in the right direction? Thanks, Wayne

Comment by Wayne Ilger — November 1, 2016 @ 3:51 pm

Hi Wayne!

You can find the 100 problem multiplication fact worksheets on the two minute pages (same for all the other operations.)

http://www.dadsworksheets.com/worksheets/multiplication-two-minute-tests.html

Thanks!

Dad

Comment by Admin — November 3, 2016 @ 8:57 am

Dear Dad

Thank you so much for your website and keeping it free. So many times my brain is fried and I can’t think of the right thing. Even if I can’t find what I am looking for exactly I can always get ideas.

Extra thanks for the Australian content. YOU ROCK!!!

Comment by JAK — November 14, 2016 @ 4:14 am

Your work sheets my kids bring home with the circles not the best idea you people have thought up. Stick with the basics. Your right up there with that common core math!

Comment by Tim — December 6, 2016 @ 2:23 pm

Ouch Tim. Sorry you didn’t like those.

Comment by Admin — December 13, 2016 @ 6:17 pm