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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!

230 Comments »

  1. HI there,

    Thank you for your fabulous website of great incremental worksheets! We have been using for our homeschooling work with big success!

    I like the concept of starting from noon to count the elapse time. I would like to report to you that your Analog Elapse time worksheets have some problems. The first 2 sets are all the same. You may want to fix that at your leisure.

    Thank you for your thoughtful approach to understanding math operations in all areas!

    Keep up the great work!

    Comment by Mariko Reynolds — July 27, 2010 @ 3:33 pm

  2. Thanks Mariko… I’ll look at what’s going on with those elapsed time worksheets.

    Comment by admin — August 1, 2010 @ 5:13 pm

  3. Love your sheets… Noticed a few out of place problems on Division Two minute tests… S +T Version 2. Some problems require fraction or decimal answers… I dont think that you meant problems like this on the division two minute tests… 1/5, 3/5, 4/8, 6/9, 6/8. Correct me if I am missing something…

    Comment by Josh — August 7, 2010 @ 5:58 pm

  4. Hi Josh -

    I agree those division problems are goofy. However, the RocketMath programs many schools are using have these problems in their series starting about midway… The correct answer on the time tests for these problems is supposed to be zero. This was baffling to me as well, and it threw my daughter for a loop. We drilled enough to get through the tests at school, but then I made the Just Whole Facts series of worksheets which skips the weird bits, plus a Focus on Remainders set that introduces real problems with remainders gradually.

    Hope this helps!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — August 11, 2010 @ 8:23 am

  5. This is an awesome resource. I am a special education teacher and I have been using your worksheets every week since school started. I’ve looked for worksheets on adding/subtracting with decimals on your site, but couldn’t find any. Are there any?

    Comment by Carlin — August 25, 2010 @ 10:27 am

  6. I am always trying to find resources online to help me niece with her homework if needed. I happened to stumble upon this goldmine and cannot say enough thanks. We just used it again this week and it is so nice to be able to help and see improvements with an online resource readily available such as this one.

    Thanks for an awesome website. I will recommend it to anyone.

    Kat

    Comment by Kathleen — August 26, 2010 @ 5:15 pm

  7. Hi Carlin -

    There are worksheets for addition with decimals, but I need to create some more sheets to cover the other operations… I’ll get that on the short list here…

    Addition with Decimals

    Dad

    Comment by Dad — August 27, 2010 @ 12:00 pm

  8. Hi
    I have just registered to this great site, I am always on the look out for good educational sites that offer printables, my 8 year old son is wanting to understand fractions a bit more before going back to school, I am truly amazed with this site, it offer so much. The only problem I am finding is I am unable to print, when I select print I get an error, is anyone else having this problem? can anyone make any suggestions.

    Thanks in advance
    Jo71

    Comment by jo71 — August 30, 2010 @ 2:52 am

  9. Hi Jo71 -

    Sorry you’re having trouble. Can you be more specific about what error you’re seeing? Can you print other web pages from other sites okay? You might try choosing the ‘Page Setup’ command in your browser and make sure the default printer is pointed to the correct device, or that your other settings there are okay.

    Dad

    Comment by admin — September 2, 2010 @ 6:03 pm

  10. Hi,

    I just want to thank you for creating such a wonderful site. I have been searching the internet for number patterns for a few days and finally I found your site with everything I need plus more! I wish you all the best, you are a wonderful person to share this with the world.

    Thanks,

    Ella

    Comment by Ella — September 6, 2010 @ 6:50 pm

  11. I love this website. I am a private maths tutor and have used your worksheets constantly. Thank you for such a wonderful resource.

    Thanks
    Naomi

    Comment by Naomi — September 10, 2010 @ 11:08 am

  12. Dear Sir/Madam,

    Your website is indeed superb & very useful. However I would like to add some suggestions:

    1) Worksheets could be checked grade wise & hence the need to link them accordingly.

    2) In the word problems section in addition/subtraction there are no 3or 4 digit nos in the word problems.

    3) Measurements & Calenders need to be included.

    4) In clock, there needs to be mention of time like 1:42 i.e odd numbers to the minute, even in elapsed time.

    The above will definitely make your website much more stronger & powerful.

    Thanks.

    Vijaya Velhal

    India – Mumbai

    Comment by Vijaya Velhal — September 12, 2010 @ 12:22 am

  13. Thanks Vijaya… I’ve added your suggests to the list of ideas here. I’m definitely working to keep adding and improving the worksheets as time allows!

    Comment by admin — September 13, 2010 @ 4:13 pm

  14. Hello – Love you site and plan to use your worksheets with my second graders. I’m having difficulty accessing the Check-off sheets for spaceship math. I click the icon/picture and it takes be to a decimal site each time. Any help or links to the check sheets would be appreciated! Thanks! Ali

    Comment by Ali — September 17, 2010 @ 12:36 pm

  15. Hi Ali -

    Sorry this is having trouble… I checked the links for those checkoff pages, and they look okay and pull up fine here. Maybe try clearing your browser cache? Sometimes things go weird after I’ve done a site refresh.

    Lacking that, here are some direct links to the images to try…

    http://www.dadsworksheets.com/v1/art/SpaceshipMath_CheckOff_Addition.jpg

    http://www.dadsworksheets.com/v1/art/SpaceshipMath_CheckOff_Subtraction.jpg

    http://www.dadsworksheets.com/v1/art/SpaceshipMath_CheckOff_Multiplication.jpg

    http://www.dadsworksheets.com/v1/art/SpaceshipMath_CheckOff_Division.jpg

    Those will pull up directly in your browser without the worksheet header (no “Print” button or anything similar on the page), so you’ll need to choose ‘Print’ from your browser’s file menu to get them out…

    Hope this helps!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — September 20, 2010 @ 6:12 am

  16. Thank you so much for your site! I’m homeschooling my daughter who’s in 1st grade and have been going through the spaceship math. Just wanted to point out that for worksheets L, 7+2 is missing. Instead there is 7+8 which isn’t introduced until worksheet P. We enjoy the spaceship math worksheets. I’ve seen much improved in my daughter learning math facts. I appreciate all that you have here:)

    Comment by Tia — September 20, 2010 @ 8:04 am

  17. Wow, Tia! I’m surprised nobody (including me!) caught that one in over two years. Those Level L addition worksheets have been corrected and posted (you may need to hit ‘Refresh’ if your browser has them cached.) Thank you!

    Comment by admin — September 20, 2010 @ 8:19 pm

  18. Thanks for the time and enormous effort in keeping this website going! Your work
    is GREATLY appreciated.

    Comment by A Dad — September 26, 2010 @ 11:33 pm

  19. Thank you for creating this site!

    Comment by Laura — September 28, 2010 @ 9:16 am

  20. Hi Dad…..

    Awesome work …amazing site for parents like me whoz homeschooling my kid. I find your worksheets apt & love the timed ones of all ….thanks to you …..

    Comment by Jo — October 6, 2010 @ 10:15 am

  21. Your website saves me every time. I teach special education in a Middle/High School. It’s so difficult to find worksheets that are appropriate for both their age and their level.

    Thanks tons!

    Comment by Kristi Smith — October 22, 2010 @ 7:52 am

  22. I am very excited about this website and would like to share it with the parents of my students. Are answer keys available?

    Comment by linda — October 23, 2010 @ 1:48 pm

  23. Hi Linda -

    There are answer keys for each worksheet… Just click the ‘Answer Key’ button near the center-top of each worksheet’s page and it’ll take you straight there.

    Thanks!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — October 24, 2010 @ 1:50 pm

  24. has there been any thought to computerized correcting of these worksheets? i have multiple classes and would like to hand them back the day they work on them, but am up to my armpits in papers. thanks, douglas

    Comment by douglas — November 2, 2010 @ 2:22 pm

  25. Hi Douglas -

    A few people have mentioned the idea of being able to take the tests right on the website and having it correct them, but I haven’t explored this in any depth. Once you get past the math fact drills where you can just provide an immediate answer, there’s not an easy way to work out a problem using a web form (for example, a long division problem or a multi-digit multiplication problem). Because of this, the focus has been largely on paper worksheets. It does generate a lot of grading work though, and I’m just doing it for two… You’ve got my full respect thinking about a classroom full of kids…

    Dad

    Comment by admin — November 3, 2010 @ 6:34 am

  26. I am so glad I found your site! Fantastic help for us, we homeschool. Thank You!

    Comment by Lisa Boyles — November 10, 2010 @ 6:59 am

  27. Hi Dad – In the Ordering Numbers section (horizontal), I think your first two sections are backwards with respect to the titles (greatest to least and least to greatest).

    Thanks so much for your worksheets! My kindergartener is really enjoying them!

    Elaine

    Comment by Elaine Rybski — November 17, 2010 @ 8:25 am

  28. Thank you for having this website. Love it and plan on using it for all my kids.

    Comment by Jennifer Davis — November 23, 2010 @ 7:06 pm

  29. I just wanted to thank you for this website. I started additions with my 4 year old and I am amazed on how fast he picks up these facts. Please keep this site running and let me (us) know if you are ever in need of donations.

    Thank you

    Lawrence.

    Comment by Lawrence — December 1, 2010 @ 7:04 am

  30. Thank you so much for creating this website, my daughter struggles with math as well and I have found this is a awesome site for extra help.

    Lisa

    Comment by Lisa — December 15, 2010 @ 9:44 am

  31. I like your word problems, especially for addition and multiplication. Any chance of expanding them to 3-digits?

    Comment by Andy — December 20, 2010 @ 7:18 am

  32. I’ll add that to the list, Andy!

    Comment by admin — December 27, 2010 @ 4:03 pm

  33. Hello there,
    This is easily one of the best Math resource website available on the Internet. Keep up the good work guys and yes I use this site to get more exercises for my tutoring service.

    Thanks again a ton!
    Good Luck

    Vijay

    Comment by Vijay — January 15, 2011 @ 12:55 am

  34. Beautiful site.
    I came across this site and wish to use this sheets to educate rural children near Bangalore, India. Saves instructors a lot of work.

    Excellent work and the format is well laid out, and lots of good content.
    Shashi

    Comment by Shashi — January 31, 2011 @ 9:55 pm

  35. What a great site! I stumbled across this site today and am thoroughly amazed. This is just amazing. I have a 4th grader who has been struggling with multiplication for a while now (or refusing) and the worksheets on here will really bring up to speed quickly I think – either that or he will learn it so I quit giving him more work.

    Well, thank you again for this site, it’s fantastic.

    Thanks,
    Kim

    Comment by Kim — January 31, 2011 @ 10:48 pm

  36. Thank you for this amazing resource! I use it all the time. One hiccup I noticed is that the one-minute multiplication/division fact family sheets are all two-minute 100 problem tests.

    Thanks again!

    callie

    Comment by Callie — February 4, 2011 @ 8:19 am

  37. Fixed now… Thanks Callie!

    Comment by Dad — February 5, 2011 @ 1:15 pm

  38. what plug in is used for the worksheet timer? I can’t get it to work on my Dell. I updated my Javascripts, but I still get the pop up message saying that the plug in will not work. Help!
    thanks

    Comment by Michelle — February 5, 2011 @ 6:19 pm

  39. Wow! Thank you so much!

    Comment by Callie — February 6, 2011 @ 10:00 pm

  40. Hi,

    On spaceship math division H, the new equations listed are 27/9, 27/3, 36/9, and 36/3. Did you mean for 36/3 to be 36/4? I don’t see 36/4 anywhere in the lettered series. Thanks.

    Comment by John P — February 7, 2011 @ 6:27 pm

  41. Hi Michelle -

    The timer is just JavaScript, no plugins… It uses an HTML ‘embed’ tag to actually play the sounds. You might try installing a different browser and see if that works better… Are you running something older right now?

    Dad

    Comment by admin — February 10, 2011 @ 5:05 pm

  42. John -

    I think you’re right and this has just been overlooked for some time. I’ll get that in the next round of updates… Thanks!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — February 10, 2011 @ 5:09 pm

  43. Hi Dad,

    The worksheets are a fantastic help for after-school practice, thank you so much. I’m using them for a child who’s been struggling to keep up in a school where they don’t put much time into memorizing or drilling them on multiplication.

    I’ll look forward to using this site more as he progresses.

    Sarah

    Comment by Sarah — February 10, 2011 @ 6:02 pm

  44. Dad,
    This site is so great for me to turn to for additional practice worksheets! Whenever my class needs more work in a certain area of math, I can come to your site and find just what I’m looking for. Thank you for all the time and effort you save me in creating my own worksheets. This helps tremendously when you are planning for, teaching, and correcting for 32 students.

    Love the measure ruler practice! Neat visual ruler with realistic markings (versus the rulers with only the 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 markings).
    Thanks again! You are helping teachers do more for their students.

    Comment by 3rd Grade teacher — February 20, 2011 @ 10:37 am

  45. I teach in a ABE program with limited materials for elementary math. I just found your site and ran out of ink.
    Thanks so very much.

    Comment by Bonnie — February 20, 2011 @ 4:36 pm

  46. THANK YOU FOR CREATING THIS SITE! IT HELPS US DO MATH WITH OUR DAUGHTER!!!

    Comment by Julie — February 22, 2011 @ 3:32 pm

  47. Another shout out of gratitude. Thanks for your web site and the links you suggest(ixl.com). From homeschool mom of jr high kids.

    Comment by Lisa — March 4, 2011 @ 9:40 am

  48. I am a special ed teacher and have used your worksheets so much for extra practice and re-teaching. I really appreciate this resource! It is a life saver.

    I am wondering if you have worksheets to teach decade and century. They can never remember how many years in each. I thought extra practice would help them.

    Thanks so much

    Comment by Judith Hamaker — March 4, 2011 @ 10:31 am

  49. Hi Judith -

    That’s an excellent idea… I’ll add that to my list here. Thanks (to you and others) for the appreciative comments!

    Dad

    Comment by Dad — March 4, 2011 @ 6:11 pm

  50. Hey Dad!

    I love your site! I’m a math tutor and I was really struggling coming up with the work that I needed for my students (I’m up to 10 now) and your site really solved my problem for me.

    It seems like you have everything (and more) that I could want!

    Thanks,
    Tim :)

    Comment by Tim — March 17, 2011 @ 10:54 am

  51. Hello,
    I am a teacher of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade math. I love your site! It’s is so easy for me to find material that my students need extra practice on. I have used your worksheets a number of times and the extra practice always helps to make many concepts clearer. Thank you very much for such a great resource!!

    :) Lisa

    P.S. I noticed you do not have any multiplying or dividing positive and negative numbers… I’ll use those if/when you get them :)

    Comment by Lisa M. — March 24, 2011 @ 10:57 am

  52. Hi,

    Thank you for posting the worksheets. Its been really helpful for my daughter with her practice and has helped her with her assignments.

    Thanks,
    Roopa

    Comment by Roopa — March 26, 2011 @ 6:31 am

  53. Hi ‘Dad’,

    Any chance you could put something in the site that would allow us to logon and determine whether or not child A or child B has completed the worksheet (flag/checkbox control) per child we want to track? I personally create a spreadsheet and retype your worksheet descriptions to track this way, but it would be so much better directly on your site.

    Appreciate the work you’ve done on this site. Thanks a lot.

    Comment by HH — April 2, 2011 @ 8:13 am

  54. I teach for a public school in East Oakland (title one… 100% free and reduced lunches… teacher have the lowest discretionary income in the nation… etc.) and as a special education teacher I literally receive ZERO resources every year. I have, myself, made THOUSANDS of worksheets over the years and just want to say THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for making this site and keeping it free. It has honestly kept me sane this year while helping to push my students forward. We need more people like you in the world! Thank you 1000 times over!

    Comment by TeacherBHMS — April 4, 2011 @ 6:59 am

  55. Hi HH -

    That’s an excellent thought, but a bit of development work… I’ll put that on my list of great ideas, but it is probably something longer-term…

    Thanks,

    Dad

    Comment by admin — April 4, 2011 @ 6:17 pm

  56. hi Dad, this dad just loves your website. So easy to use and so helpful. Great work. Thanks for helping so many other dads…
    Rehan
    Pakistan

    Comment by Rehan — April 7, 2011 @ 8:32 am

  57. thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU for this website! I searched online in desperation for some help with elementary school work and have only scratched the surface with my time-telling needs. I will be back many for times.

    Comment by Single Dallas Dad — April 7, 2011 @ 9:11 am

  58. thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU for this website! I searched online in desperation for some help with elementary school work and have only scratched the surface with my time-telling needs. I will be back many more times.

    Comment by Single Dallas Dad — April 7, 2011 @ 9:11 am

  59. I first want to say I love the great resources here on this page it’s fantastic.

    Question though? When looking at “Math Practice Worksheet for Subtraction Word Problems (Unused Facts) 4″ Located at the following web link:

    http://www.dadsworksheets.com/v1/Worksheets/Word%20Problems/Extra_Facts_Subtraction_Word_Problems_Four_V2_Answer_Key.html

    I had found some word problems that confused me?

    Amanda starts with 23 bottle caps and 17 blocks. Anthony takes 20 away. How many bottle caps does Amanda end with?

    From the Answer Key: 23 bottle caps – 20 bottle caps = 3 bottle caps.

    My sons reasoning suggested that Anthony must have taken 20 bottle caps because he could not have taken 20 blocks, Amanda only had 17 of them. And the question wants to know How many bottle caps Amanda ended with. So Anthony must have taken Bottle caps..?? Did he though? The problem doesn’t tell you.

    OK
    _________________________________________________________

    The next one really confused me.

    Walter starts with 12 pencils and 11 apples. Norma takes 2 away. How many pencils does Walter end with?

    From the Answer Key: 12 pencils – 2 pencils = 10 pencils

    My question is: I see that the answer reflects the possibility that Norma has taken 2 pencils. The word problem doesn’t tell the reader what variable Norma took.
    Hence I will go with the alternate answer that Norma has taken 2 apples. Then the answer would be:
    12 pencils – 0 pencils = 12 pencils.

    Certainly not all but I found 6 of 15 word problems that didn’t provide a clear description of the variables.

    Comment by Alan Towers — April 8, 2011 @ 7:04 am

  60. Great website,

    Repetition is the path to mastery , there is no other way.

    Thanks to the power n

    Comment by Ganesh — April 8, 2011 @ 2:12 pm

  61. Thank you for your excellent worksheets! I have begun using them with my first grader who is being homeschooled. Many thanks for your willingness to share your work with everyone else. Not many people are generous enough to offer such great resources for free these days.

    I often create my own math word problem worksheets for my daughter, as I feel word problems are one of the best ways to understand the functionality of the various math processes. If you’d be interested in reviewing them and considering them for addition to your site I’d be happy to share.

    Many thanks again!
    ~Diana

    Comment by Diana — April 9, 2011 @ 8:19 pm

  62. Hi Alan -

    Sorry about that. Those problems are meant to provide “extra facts” that aren’t related to the answer. The second step in those looks like it’s missing the descriptor of which of the first two items it’s asking the student to modify. I’ll get that fixed in the next round of updates…

    Dad

    Comment by admin — April 13, 2011 @ 5:37 pm

  63. Hi Diana -

    The worksheets are all generated and indexed using a bunch of software I developed here, so I can’t easily add other worksheets to the site… I appreciate your offer though. If you post them online, I’d be more than happy to link to them though!

    Thanks,

    Dad

    Comment by admin — April 13, 2011 @ 5:38 pm

  64. One dad,2 daughters,6000+ worksheets ,congrats(claps) and keep the good work going .

    Comment by Lilly — April 24, 2011 @ 9:46 pm

  65. Hey, excellent resource for math teachers. Any way to download all the worksheets in one big file? Will you get to the upper level math? I teach high school and your worksheets are excellent for lower level remedial students. I also teach up through Calculus and am looking for a good resource for worksheets for this level. Any website suggestions? I am not worksheet driven but am always looking for supplemental exercises for those that need them. I love sending kids to the board but usually run out of problems for homework by the end of class. Thanks for all our hard work and educational effort!

    Comment by Sheila — April 27, 2011 @ 9:20 am

  66. Hi Sheila -

    The worksheets are all generated as single pages designed to be navigated online, so there’s not an easy way to collect them all into a big file. I’ll continue to dip into progressively more advanced math topics as my girls get exposed in school… Plenty to do!

    Many thanks,

    Dad

    Comment by admin — May 2, 2011 @ 10:49 am

  67. Dear Dad,

    Your website is fantastic! I’ve found so many helpful worksheets. One question: do you have any on capacity/volume or weight? They are hard to learn (Imperial) because they are so random.

    Thanks!

    Comment by Phoebe — May 16, 2011 @ 3:07 pm

  68. Hi Phoebe -

    Nothing yet on capacity or volume. I’ve got a folder full of material on this and it’s on the list… Maybe this summer… :-)

    Many thanks,

    Dad

    Comment by admin — May 23, 2011 @ 7:31 am

  69. Man, looking at this site gives me a headache, but in a good way! I was once a child prodigy in all subjects but as time passed and I became an older American child, I grew into the typical math student… meaning not a very good one. I have two young boys of my own these days, and I am insistent that they be held to a little higher standards, especially in math. This website will be a great resource for me in that endeavor. I hope to spend some quality time navigating the website and even doing some linking with dadsworksheets.com to drive some more traffic here from my soon-to-be-launched website. Great work!

    Comment by Josh Ray — May 24, 2011 @ 11:13 pm

  70. Dear Dad,

    Congratulations on an excellent site. My 6th grade son has been working through many of your worksheets alongside his classwork, We seem to have come to a missing area, he is now working on adding and subtraction of fractions involving negative numbers and I cant find any.

    eg:

    -2/3 – (-1/6)

    Anything like this would be a great help.
    Thanks Sean.

    Comment by Sean — May 27, 2011 @ 10:59 am

  71. Hi Dad

    I think I have spotted a mistake on the subraction part of your site (/v1/Worksheets/Subtraction.html). Under the ‘Introducing subtraction using the number line’ you have a set of worksheets titled ‘More Basic Addition on the Number Line’.

    Thank you for this great resource.

    Comment by Tom Olsen — June 9, 2011 @ 10:35 pm

  72. Is it possible to add a download link for each section, so that we can download the entire question and the answers key ? without click on each individually. Saves a lot of time and effort.

    Currently, I have to click the “Print” – print it, and then “Answer key” and print it. and go on to a next version. and so on.
    Shashi

    Comment by shashi — June 11, 2011 @ 10:20 pm

  73. Just saw Sheila’s query/comments are same as mine.

    Comment by shashi — June 11, 2011 @ 10:22 pm

  74. Hi,

    I’m currently studying to become a primary school teacher and I found your website when I was doing some research for a uni assignment. Now I have placement in a prep class and we are doing 3D shapes (normally its done in grade 1 but they are managing fine), I noticed you do not have any sheets for this… just a suggestion for the future :)
    Otherwise I love your sheets!
    Definitely a sight to remember!
    Alison

    Comment by Alison — June 13, 2011 @ 5:31 am

  75. Just one suggestion, If you could add the question number to the problems, it would help for reference.

    e.g:
    http://www.dadsworksheets.com/v1/Worksheets/Exponents/Intro_Scientific_Notation_With_Negatives_V1.html

    There are no question numbers, and adding this would help.

    Shashi

    Comment by Shashi — June 26, 2011 @ 9:22 pm

  76. Wow – My husband and I really appreciate your worksheets and website! We are trying to help our daughter keep the ground she’s gained this year, and maybe even catch up to her current grade level. We were trying to make our own worksheets – yours are much better! Thanks so much!!!

    Comment by Elisabeth — July 4, 2011 @ 4:29 pm

  77. Wonderful worksheets.
    thank you

    Comment by judy barber — August 8, 2011 @ 11:48 am

  78. Hi Dad…love the site!

    Noticed that the Spaceship Math U through W (All Problems Practice) is all x0, x1, and x2. Didn’t used to be that way. Can you please make those the challenging equations they used to be? Thanks.

    Comment by John — August 22, 2011 @ 5:50 am

  79. Hi again…Multiplication, that is.

    Comment by John — August 22, 2011 @ 5:50 am

  80. Hi John -

    Ouch. I apparently broke this when I was “making improvements” to some other worksheets. I’ve corrected the issue and should have updated worksheets on the site in the next half hour or so.

    Sorry for any inconvenience and many thanks for pointing this out!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — August 22, 2011 @ 9:04 am

  81. Dad…thanks for the updates to Multiplication Spaceship Math U-W. Both of my kids are at the head of their grades (3rd & 5th) math-wise largely because we drill on the sheets from your site.

    john

    Comment by John — August 22, 2011 @ 10:04 am

  82. Thank you so much for the incremental worksheets. This helps me greatly with teaching special education. It makes it easy to track and progress goals!

    Comment by Amanda — August 23, 2011 @ 9:49 am

  83. Hi there,

    We are just getting back to this program, and I see you have made some changes to the website – great! But, I cannot find the sheets to do the initial timing (We are just starting up with the one minute tests in addition), or the sheets to track their progress…Can you please direct me to the link on the site? Thank you so much!

    Comment by Dana — August 24, 2011 @ 4:19 am

  84. Hi Dana -

    I know the site navigation needs a bit of work. Sorry.

    Here’s a link to the page with the Rocket Math checkoff sheets…

    RocketMath/Spaceship Math Check-Off Sheets

    There never were any separate worksheets for assessments. If you wanted to place students at different levels to start out, you might just try giving them one of the “All Facts” tests for a two minute time period, and see how many problems they can complete accurately. I think there were a few discussions about this in the comments on the “Overview of Rocket Math” post.

    Another approach might be to try a worksheet out of the middle of the set (Level J or K maybe), and then if the students did well on those, re-test them on P, or if the did poorly, test them on E.

    Hope this helps,

    Dad

    Comment by Dad — August 24, 2011 @ 5:14 pm

  85. I very much appreciate your website and all the worksheets you have developed. My son uses them almost everyday for his basic skill review. I have 1 comment though, there is much wasted space at the bottom of the paper when I print my worksheets. Is there any way for me to correct this or would you be able and willing to correct this? I also have 1 question. Is there a place on your website that tells me what the facts are in each fact family, in your fact family worksheet area? Thank you for your help.

    Comment by Cristine — September 21, 2011 @ 11:25 am

  86. I love these worksheets. We have been using them for 2 years now! I would like to let you know that on the division two minute timing sheets, level G, there are several problems that you cannot do (wrong). I thought I should let you know.

    Thanks! Peggy

    Comment by Peggy — September 21, 2011 @ 12:31 pm

  87. Thanks for putting together such a great site! I’ll be using this for my 3rd, 2nd, Kinder and PreK babies all year and over the summer too!

    Comment by Mama to 4 — September 22, 2011 @ 3:24 pm

  88. Thanks for the note you posted about pencils. It may seem silly to some people but when you have a child struggling to hold their pencil correctly and going to occupational therapy 5x a week, the pencil can make a big difference. I was surprised by how much the pencils cost but if it helps him then it will be well worth it! I am also a homeschooling parent of a 3rd grader and we have enjoyed the worksheets you have created and provided. She is working on rounding and place values now and there are lots of great rounding worksheets that we are using. I didn’t see many place value worksheets however, did I miss them? BTW, I am also going to school to be an elementary teacher and I will definitely be using your worksheets in my classroom! Anyways thanks a bunch for taking the time to share.

    Comment by Rebecca Simmons — September 23, 2011 @ 9:48 am

  89. Hi Rebecca -

    I more than sympathize… I struggled as a kid with proper pencil grip, and to this day I tend to wrap my thumb over the top of the fingers. I took AP English in high school, and we were perpetually writing essays, long hand, every day in class. My hands still hurt, just thinking about it. If I could change one thing about my early grades, it would be establishing the proper pencil grip.

    Unfortunately my older daughter has adopted a contortionist variant of my own grip. I don’t know how she writes for more than five minutes, but she’s 11 now and probably stuck with it. She may be fortunate to be in an age where keyboarding skills are becoming more important.

    Anyway, there are a good number of place-value addition and subtraction worksheets, but they’re buried in the with the general addition and subtraction pages, but here are some links…

    Addition Place Value Worksheets

    Subtraction Place Value Worksheets

    One major item on my to-do list is to come up with better ways to search and find the worksheets.

    Thanks for using the site and good luck on your teaching career!

    Dad

    Comment by Dad — September 23, 2011 @ 2:24 pm

  90. Hi Peggy -

    I know… Those level ‘G’ worksheets are a point of confusion. The ‘Rocket Math’ series of worksheets that some schools use include sets that include problems where the divisor is larger than the dividend and the student is supposed to answer zero for those problems. This bugged me, too.

    Try these from a bit further down the page instead…

    Two Minute Division Facts Only Worksheets

    Thanks for visiting the site!

    Dad

    Comment by Dad — September 23, 2011 @ 2:31 pm

  91. Hi Cristine -

    One of the tricky things with the HTML-based worksheets is that they wind up printing slightly differently for different people using different browsers, different OS, different printers… I’ve had to leave a little bit of extra space at the bottom of the page to make them print consistently (trust me, it’s worse when the worksheet rolls off the end of the page…). I probably still need to tune this a bit, and it’s a little more obvious since I shrunk the DadsWorksheets logo down a touch in the last revision. I’ll keep trying to improve it, but in the mean while sorry for the wasted space…

    The worksheets themselves have some limited descriptions, and the math facts series usually mention which new facts are being introduced (if you don’t see this in something like the two minute tests, look at the series immediately above and it should give you an idea of the order being introduced). I do need to develop a more robust way to highlight specific problems. I’ve got plans for improved search functionality for finding worksheets, and I’ll include filters for specific math facts. That’s a project I really do hope to get going on this school year…

    Many thanks,

    Dad

    Comment by Dad — September 23, 2011 @ 2:36 pm

  92. Thanks so much for the awesome website. I homeschool 5 kids and have found your site to be extremely helpful. I used to be a math teacher so I could make my own, but you save me a lot of time that I don’t have because your worksheets are so thorough. I don’t know how you find the time, but thank you! Keep up the good work.

    Comment by J. Karls — September 24, 2011 @ 1:46 pm

  93. Would definitely help if the sheets were organized grade-wise.
    otherwise, no complaints – truly commendable job

    Comment by Ami — September 30, 2011 @ 1:20 am

  94. Hi Ami -

    Worksheets organized by grade level is definitely on the way!
    :-)

    Dad

    Comment by admin — September 30, 2011 @ 4:10 pm

  95. It’s a wonderful site. My kids enjoy doing the one minute/two minute math. Is there a way to download the worksheets?

    Comment by Haley — October 4, 2011 @ 8:06 am

  96. Hi Haley -

    Glad you kids are enjoying the math!

    The worksheets are all HTML, and most browsers have a ‘Save’ function that downloads the page plus the other supporting files to your hard drive. You might also look at solution that let you “Print” to a PDF file that you can then save somewhere.

    Personally though, the easiest thing is probably just to create a folder in your ‘Bookmarks’ and bookmark whatever worksheets you want to come back to. The added benefit there is if a worksheet gets updated, you’ll pick up and changes right away.

    Hope this helps,

    Dad

    Comment by admin — October 4, 2011 @ 8:41 am

  97. I found this site to be really helpful.
    Do you have or know of any place where I can print flashcards?

    Comment by Stephanie — October 6, 2011 @ 9:33 am

  98. Hi Stephanie -

    I don’t know of a flash printing site off hand, but that’s an excellent suggestion for future “worksheet” pages…

    Coincidentally, though, I am working on a flash card iPhone app! Stay tuned!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — October 6, 2011 @ 4:36 pm

  99. Did you change your site? I am on it constantly. However, today,10/11/11, I am unable to print worksheets.
    space ship math worksheets are not coming up.
    Please let know if there are changes to your website and you are discontinuing your worksheet availability.
    Thank you.
    Gail

    Comment by gail — October 11, 2011 @ 11:11 am

  100. Hi Gail -

    I have made a few changes to some graphics, and the worksheets definitely aren’t going away!

    Can you try emptying your browser cache and then reloading one of the pages? If you’re not sure how to do this, the process is different depending on which browser you use, but a page with instructions for each browser is here (just click the link under ‘Contents’ for the browser you’re using and follow the steps.)

    http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser%27s-Cache

    If that doesn’t work can you try viewing the page a

    http://ref.dadsworksheets.com/v1/Worksheets/Multiplication.html

    You’ll notice there the ‘www’ you usually see in the URL has been replaced by ‘ref’ instead. This bypasses a caching service Google has setup for me. At least one person had a firewall rule in place that was blocking traffic from some of Googles servers for some reason, but the pages in this case rendered completely wrong for them…

    Regardless, if you figure out what’s going on, please let me know so I can troubleshoot this better and help anyone else that seems to have a similar problem.

    Sorry for the trouble!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — October 13, 2011 @ 7:25 am

  101. Hi Dad…do you have anywhere on the site with 11s and 12s division facts where the answer is 11 or 12? The extended division 12A and 12B all divide by 12, which is helpful, but my kids need to work on recognizing when the answer is 11 or 12. For instance, you have 60/12 in the 12A series but I can’t find 60/5. Thanks.

    Comment by John — October 19, 2011 @ 3:53 pm

  102. Hi John -

    Didn’t have fact worksheets that hit division with 11 and 12 as answers, but I extended these two series to include those facts…

    Spaceship Math Extended Division Facts

    Just Whole Division Facts

    Keep in mind that first one has the “typical” RocketMath division facts in there, so it includes the weird ones with zero quotients. I like the “facts only” sets better for learning here.

    Hope this helps!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — October 20, 2011 @ 9:25 am

  103. Many thanks, Dad. The “Facts Only Division 24″ through “Facts Only Division 29″ and “Facts Only Division 26 – All Problems Practice” are exactly what we were looking.

    Comment by John — October 25, 2011 @ 5:52 am

  104. I was looking for unit conversion worksheets going from customary to metric and vice versa.

    Comment by Lynn Burbine — November 3, 2011 @ 4:45 pm

  105. Hi Lynn -

    Conversion between metric and customary/imperial measurement is definitely on the to-do list. I’ll try to take a crack at this in the next week or two.

    Dad

    Comment by admin — November 3, 2011 @ 9:09 pm

  106. I was wondering if the website has been updated or if it is my browser. I love this website and use it daily in my resource room but this week I can’t click on any of the worksheets and the entire format is different. Has there been a change and how can I navigate the new site?
    Thanks,
    Ms. Smith

    Comment by Megan — November 9, 2011 @ 6:15 am

  107. Great website. I started using it to get word problems for my special ed. students. I noticed this:

    Craig gives with $2.75 to Barbara. If Craig started with $23.00, how much money does he have left?

    It should be Craig gives $2.75…

    Thanks.

    Comment by Eileen P. — November 9, 2011 @ 5:19 pm

  108. Thanks Eileen! I fixed those templates to with the ‘gives with’ bit in the money word problems and posted new ones.

    Comment by admin — November 12, 2011 @ 6:25 pm

  109. Hi!

    I have a question about your answers to several decimal rounding worksheets.

    Round the number to the nearest tenth
    Version 3

    question: 80.55

    I think it would be rounded to 80.6. Your answer is 80.5.
    Why?

    Round the number to the nearest tenth
    Version 2

    question: 22.15

    I think it would be rounded to 22.2 Your answer is 22.1.

    Thank you!

    Kim May

    Comment by Kim May — November 14, 2011 @ 7:36 am

  110. Hi

    This is really a wonderful site. My daughter is in grade 3 and was battling to understand mixed fraction sums. But with the help of your site and worksheets she is able to get her fraction right.
    Thanks very much. Keep up the good work.

    Comment by Archie Gracias — November 22, 2011 @ 3:13 am

  111. Hi Kim -

    I’ll need to take a look at those sheets… That definitely doesn’t look right. Thanks for pointing that out!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — November 23, 2011 @ 12:39 pm

  112. Thanks Archie! I’m really pleased to hear those fraction worksheets are making a difference… They were a real project here.

    Comment by admin — November 23, 2011 @ 12:40 pm

  113. I love what I found in your website! Great Job…..

    I’m Gma. who received one of your sheets from my Gson’s
    teacher, (a wonderful one). He needs practice.

    I’m glad I found your website, Thank you. MJG

    Comment by MaryJane Geraldo — November 30, 2011 @ 8:21 am

  114. I love this site! It is really great. I am about to become a teacher and I would like to let you know that this is a awesome resource to get the kids practice the math! Can I use this site as a resource on a future for my students? I mean, does your copyright let me do this or I am not suppose to do it?

    This is the first time I use this site as a practice for my son’s math skills. Believe me, its worth it to do it. Even he liked it a lot!

    Comment by Yazmin — December 27, 2011 @ 3:25 am

  115. Hi Yazmin -

    Definitely use anything you find on the site in your classroom and please encourage your student’s parents to make use of it as well… There resources are here to help kids learn first and foremost, and if makes your job teaching math a little easier, that’s a bonus too!

    Good luck on your new career!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — December 30, 2011 @ 5:00 pm

  116. Hi –

    I love your website and so appreciate the effort and time you have put in to it. I happened across an error that I’m not sure you are aware of. In browsing through the elapsed time worksheets, It appears that a number of them are duplicates of the same clocks and same pages. For example, it says how much time has passed between clock one and clock two. Those two clocks are identical on all the pages and all the problems. I was looking primarily at the first couple of levels – I did not check out each level. Anyway, in case you weren’t aware of it – I’m guessing there’s some sort of glitch. Thanks again for all you work.

    Ann M.

    Comment by Ann McCarty — January 10, 2012 @ 5:52 pm

  117. Thanks Ann… That’s definitely wrong and I’ll see what’s going on…

    Comment by admin — January 10, 2012 @ 6:48 pm

  118. I would like to know if there is any website free for tutoring in math. Or do you have a website that you tutor?

    Comment by Lilly — January 11, 2012 @ 10:22 am

  119. Thanks man, big help. The timer sound didn’t work so well on my Mac in Google Chrome.

    -A fellow dad

    Comment by Bob — January 11, 2012 @ 7:49 pm

  120. Hi Lilly -

    I don’t do tutoring myself (I’ve got my hands full with my two “students” here!), but you might take a look at OpenStudy. I haven’t used it myself, but I’ve seen others recommend it.

    Dad

    Comment by admin — January 11, 2012 @ 10:08 pm

  121. Thanks Bob… I’ll take a peek at it soon. I noticed some of this was acting goofy here with Firefox on my Mac recently, but thought it was something I’d done here, but maybe it’s more generic. Either way, that timer could use some updating at some point.

    Comment by admin — January 11, 2012 @ 10:09 pm

  122. Thank You so much Dad. Thank you for the quick respond back on my comment. Excellent JOB YOU DO!!!!!

    Comment by Lilly — January 12, 2012 @ 10:00 am

  123. Dear Dad, A million thank you’s for the time that you took to do this. Your organization skills and the way that you spell out exactly what the content is within the categories really assists this user to get exactly what I need. I am a brand new Math teacher and your site is my saving grace. I hope to keep using it as I continue. I agree with your theory of repetition. I know it is not a “popular” one right now, but having educated 4 children of my own, I know it works! Please keep up the great work and thanks again!

    Comment by Lauren — January 16, 2012 @ 11:45 am

  124. Glad to help, Lauren! Good luck with your new teaching career!

    Comment by admin — January 16, 2012 @ 11:53 am

  125. Fantastic resource. My daughter is not very confident with maths so I am trying to work really hard on it at home to give her more confidence in class. I was really, really terrible at maths when I was a kid and don’t want her to be the same – wish something like this had been around 40 odd years ago!!

    Comment by Michelle Dunn — January 18, 2012 @ 1:46 pm

  126. As a teacher, I appreciate this site. I send parents to it when they come asking me to more practice worksheets so their kids can practice their facts at home. Thanks for taking the time to help us all!

    Comment by Jo H. — January 23, 2012 @ 8:14 pm

  127. Hello there.

    please convert your worksheets into PDF so that we can download them. Thanks

    Comment by Kanta — January 25, 2012 @ 9:35 pm

  128. 6th grade parent here … Thank you for the free work sheets. Was just informed by e-mail from his teacher that he was having problems with 4 digit subtraction mixed with zero’s. Googled it and came upon your site.

    Thanks so much for them being free … we will be using them for practice at home.

    Comment by Deb — January 26, 2012 @ 1:49 pm

  129. Glad to help, Deb… We had trouble with the borrowing across-zero subtraction as well!

    Comment by admin — January 27, 2012 @ 12:56 pm

  130. Thanks so much for your helpful worksheets and drill pages! Hope you don’t mind, but I’ve shared it on my blog . . . good things are meant to be shared. Thanks for all the time you’ve put into this blog. Countless parents (and math students) thank you!

    Comment by WestByEast — January 27, 2012 @ 2:05 pm

  131. Thanks WestByEast!

    Comment by admin — January 30, 2012 @ 9:48 pm

  132. Love these worksheets. I have been using these constantly. They are absolutely fabulous for basic skills. Thanks so much. Meg

    Comment by dad's worksheets — February 1, 2012 @ 12:07 pm

  133. Thank you!!!! Thank you!!! Thank you!!!!! Helpful beyond words!

    Comment by Soonermom — February 23, 2012 @ 4:44 pm

  134. Hi Dad,

    What a gift to all budding mathematicians, and parents! Thanks so much for sharing.
    PS in basic subtraction on the Number Line (version 1) (the numbers bigger than 24), unfortunately the numberline only goes up to 24..

    Unz

    Comment by Unaiza — March 13, 2012 @ 6:02 am

  135. I love the worksheets available. But, I can’t get them to print correctly. For example, for the addition spaceship math sheets, the plus or minus sign is printing directly on top of the number. Is this happening to others? or just me?

    Comment by MathMom — March 13, 2012 @ 1:23 pm

  136. Hi Dad! I just found your website and have been using your worksheets for about two weeks and all I can say is “Wow”! You have just made this Deaf ed teacher’s year. I have to either find or create every bit of curriculum that I use and the time you have saved me in just two weeks is immeasurable. I just wish I had found you earlier in the year! Thanks so much, too, for your dedication and for setting up your website developmentally… no more guessing if the worksheets I print off will include just the skills I need and no more – which always causes confusion and frustration when I don’t catch the “leaps” that are often embedded … your worksheets are just right!! I also love the ease of printing… just print and go. Love it! Betsy

    Comment by betsy — March 22, 2012 @ 10:06 am

  137. Thank you so much ……. really an awesome site to get all the math worksheets for free… this will help us tremendously at home to practice math for my 2 kids.

    Once again thank you so much for making this available to us.

    Comment by Mom of 2 — March 27, 2012 @ 8:21 am

  138. First, I absolutely love the message your are spreading about meaningful fact mastery (not just memorization). There is an error in Rule #1, though. It is referring to the Commutative Property, NOT the reflexive property. Keep up the good work.

    Comment by Gina — March 27, 2012 @ 4:11 pm

  139. Hi Unz -

    I’ll check and see what’s going on with those number line problems… Thanks for pointing this out!

    Dad

    Comment by admin — March 27, 2012 @ 7:14 pm

  140. Thank you sooooooo much! I am a 5th grade teacher and a mother of two girls, and I use your worksheets religiously! I’ve also recommended your website to all my friends and family. You’re amazing!!! Thanks again for all you’re doing. :)

    Comment by S.Palmer — March 27, 2012 @ 8:41 pm

  141. I bookmarked this site a long time ago and thought it was ok. WOW! You have done so much more. I love it! I was wondering if you could add input/output tables(function tables) for elementary students. I teach 4th grade. Thanks

    Comment by Cindy — April 17, 2012 @ 12:43 pm

  142. This is the best site for free math worksheets out of all I have found so far. I will share with as many people I can and also planning to put on my blog which I just have created. Thank you so much with great appreciation! you are a true giver.

    Comment by Rekha Sindhal — April 21, 2012 @ 6:20 am

  143. You have my eternal thanks for creating this site. After searching for a while, I found your site, and it’s the most complete.

    Char

    Comment by Char — April 21, 2012 @ 1:43 pm

  144. HI, I thank you for this web site ! I have a 9 yr old in 3rd grade and he is having a hard time with math and I am really glad to find the worksheets to help him and myself !

    Laquetta Wyche
    hussie02@gmail.com

    Comment by laquetta wyche — April 28, 2012 @ 6:47 am

  145. Thanks so much for your worksheets! We find them SO helpful. Keep up the great work!

    Comment by Jackie Cope — April 30, 2012 @ 10:20 am

  146. Hi,

    I love your site and use it with my Special needs classroom on almost a daily basis.

    I would love to see some more Probability work sheets…. any plans for those in the future?

    Comment by Amy — May 10, 2012 @ 6:01 am

  147. Hi Amy… I’ll make sure more probability worksheets are on my “to do” list for this summer. Thanks for using the site!

    Comment by admin — May 16, 2012 @ 6:16 am

  148. Hi,

    I am a second grade teacher and our whole second uses and loves the program. I was wondering if you had a system to determine which letter/level a student may need to start their work on (some sort of leveling system or pre assessing)?

    Thank you,

    Brandon

    Comment by Brandon — May 18, 2012 @ 5:49 am

  149. First, I use your worksheets all the time and it soooooo makes my life easier. Thank you from the bottom of my over loaded heart!! my question…..I can’t find decimals in your listing. Am I over looking it??
    Alise

    Comment by alise mcdonald — May 18, 2012 @ 7:38 am

  150. Dad,

    First off, thank you for a wonderful resource, a overall great site, and being free. You are a real God-sent gift!

    To give you some perspective, I am 30 years old and am going to home school my 8 Year Old SISTER. (3rd Grade) As a family, we felt I would be the best choice as I am the most recent out of school, and have the best chance of following/ keeping up/ figuring out all the “changes”.

    Sissy had attended a private school (SMALL CLASSES) but due to the economic upheaval, we could no longer send her there, started to home school, but my work interfered too greatly, and we were forced to send her to the local public school.(2nd Grade) BIG mistake, as it seems she has fallen behind greatly, and her attitude (and manners) have went down the tubes.

    We have just discovered your site about a week ago now and so far we love it. So far she has started devouring the addition/ subtraction worksheets as a “warm up/ review” and then we work on the multiplication worksheets.

    Sissy has just completed what I consider her year end finals for 2nd grade, and she is upset that she only scored “fair”. (Florida) Yes, she is one of those kids who— want? — must? score 100′s all around. She burst into tears for a 97.5%! It took me a good 10 minutes to convince her it was an “A” and still a very good grade. Then I had to give her another of your sheets, which she made a 100%, to finish “fixing” how she was feeling. Strange but true story!

    The only thing that I would change about your site, as many others have mentioned, is to not have the worksheets separate from the answer sheets. The best set up I had seen for the Q/A for worksheets is at SuperTeacherWorksheets*Com. (It used to be free guys but now they are a FEE site. Besides (Honestly) I do think Dad’s Sheets overall are better.) There, they are on the same page so one could print page one (worksheet) or page two (answers filled in; in red) or the entire document.

    I, and I am sure many others, would like this layout as it is convenient, but not only that, if you save to PDF, as I must do because I am always on the go, and not everywhere I can gain internet access, it is lovely to have both the questions and the answers saved together in the same document.

    I understand that you have written the program for this and it is a MAJOR thing to consider, but it may make both your life (less individual pages to maintain, spot sight mishaps quicker) and ours ( all it one, quicker to check/grade ect)easier.

    I greatly appreciate your time and effort in making and maintaining this site. I wish you the best.

    -San

    P.s. I know its old news, but that Dr. Crawford fellow seems a bit too uptight.(Might he be constipated? Hey! Don’t snicker! My graddad would be mighty cranky and uptight!) I love your answer and how you set him straight in a perfectly gentlemanly way! Kudos to you!

    Comment by San — May 26, 2012 @ 12:30 am

  151. One dad. Two daughters. I like it.
    me too. I am a dad with 2 girls.

    I have been using this page for some time now.
    I appreciate you a lot.
    I want you to know that this has helped me and my girls a lot.

    Best regards, God bless

    Comment by Francis — June 6, 2012 @ 9:11 pm

  152. Many thanks for sharing this with the World. A brilliant resource that has been of great use for us doing a bit of polishing up after recent tests show room for improvement with our daughter. All power to you – Simon

    Comment by Simon — June 7, 2012 @ 8:56 am

  153. HI! I like your site and would love to remember to reference it more often and also share it with my friends. Would you consider adding an image to your homepage so I can put you on my Pinterest Page? It won’t let me ‘pin’ you without an image. Thank you for your kind consideration!

    Comment by Susan — June 11, 2012 @ 9:23 pm

  154. Dear Dad

    Thank you so much for the FREE worksheets. You really have taken a lot of effort. Appreciate.

    Regards

    Nikhat

    Comment by Nikhat — June 12, 2012 @ 10:27 pm

  155. Dear Dad,

    I am so glad to have discovered your worksheet site. I work with low-literacy adults and finding appropriate materials is sometimes challenging, so your comprehensive and sequential approach to mastery is a rare and valuable find. The adults in our program never mastered the basics or had enough practice to have developed confidence with numbers. Your collection and the way the site is organized is going to help us provide the repetition needed to move our students along. Thanks so much! Laurie

    Comment by Laurie Jerome — July 9, 2012 @ 6:46 am

  156. Hi,
    Thanks! I needed some additional subtraction practice for my son. This was perfect – I was able to focue on multiple digits, with and without zeros… exactly what I was looking for!
    Your work is appreciated.
    Maggie

    Comment by Maggie — July 31, 2012 @ 11:43 am

  157. I have just gone through website and I am amazed to see the work you have done and above this its for without any cost. Thanks for such a great job
    regards

    Ritesh Sharma

    Comment by RITESH SHARMA — August 1, 2012 @ 6:46 am

  158. Im a retired school teacher. I tutor students in all areas. These math worksheets are super!!!! Thanks!

    Comment by Diana C — August 3, 2012 @ 8:46 am

  159. Thank you so much for this web sight! I am a tutor and this is the first time I’ve had to create lesson plans for a student and these are the perfect things for filling in the holes. You have made my job so much easier and faster and as a high school student I appreciate that very much.

    Comment by Jillian — August 7, 2012 @ 9:51 am

  160. Thank you so much for putting up all these great resources, Its certainly a good website to find when your scratching your head trying to find examples to practice with.

    Keep up the great work!

    Comment by Glenn Morrissey — August 8, 2012 @ 3:42 am

  161. Thank you for all of your worksheets. What a terrific resource!!

    I found your site a little over a year ago…it’s been so helpful as supplemental work and for extra practice with our daughter. She’s going in to 5th grade soon. I’m on your site today to download some worksheets for some additional summer practice (lucky her!). I’ve shared your site with several other parents too.

    Thanks again!
    ~Stacy

    Comment by Stacy R, MI — August 11, 2012 @ 10:16 am

  162. Just discovered this – THANK YOU!!!!! Off to explore!

    Comment by Liz — August 12, 2012 @ 9:02 pm

  163. Wow, what a rich resource!

    I am trying to print a 2 minute timed addition test to use with my students next week, but the top line gets blotted out by the header. Can you give me any suggestions to make that stop?

    Thanks in advance for any help!

    Steve

    Comment by Steve — August 13, 2012 @ 3:50 pm

  164. “Repetition is the path to mastery.” I can’t agree more.
    Thank you for well designed worksheets. You definitely have put a huge amount of time on creating them. Your work is much appreciated.

    All the best,

    Nasrin

    Comment by Nasrin — August 14, 2012 @ 8:44 am

  165. Hi!
    I’m a math teacher, and am loving this website. My class is below grade level, and having these timed worksheets is going to be a great motivator for them =)
    Thank you so much!

    Comment by Rebecca — August 28, 2012 @ 3:26 pm

  166. Thank you for this website. Do you have benchmarks for grade levels? I am not sure how many problems my children need to complete correctly in order to “pass” each level. Thank you.

    Comment by Tracy — September 4, 2012 @ 8:34 am

  167. Thank you, thank you, thank you! So many sites have one or two pages for each skill, but yours is great because of the different versions. I use many of your worksheets as progress monitoring, and I can’t begin to tell you how much I appreciate this site. Without it, I would be spending many hours each week putting assessments together.

    The only thing that would make it better is if you had reading comprehension, fluency, phonics, and writing worksheets. :)

    Thank you!

    Comment by Jan — September 4, 2012 @ 6:42 pm

  168. Thank you for this website! It has really been great having all of this information and practice sheets in one place!
    Your page is so well organized!! Thanks!!

    Comment by Carmen — September 7, 2012 @ 1:39 pm

  169. Thank you for all the wonderful worksheets! My son excels at math beyond his grade level, but he struggles with the timed tests at school. He just shuts down once the timer starts. These worksheets will help us help him with strategies for mastering these required timed tests without all the stress. Thanks for such a valuable resource!
    Michelle

    Comment by MichelleS — September 17, 2012 @ 7:43 am

  170. Hi Dad,

    Thank you SO much for this website. It’s been a life saver.

    I’ve got a problem with Rocket Math and can’t find a solution. My 4th grader can SAY the answers easily well within the 1 minute. He knows the answers, but he just can’t write them fast enough. He can say “zero uh, no six” in about 1.5 seconds but it takes 5-6 seconds to write that.

    It probably doesn’t help that the school uses dry erase markers and acetate to save paper, and he’s left handed so has to hold his hand carefully to keep from smudging it. They reduce it to half a sheet of paper. Also, he’s a slow writer at the best of times.

    He HAS passed–twice in about 12 tries, (they require 35 correct) but it’s just multiplication level C so it’s not like he’s got to stop and think about the answer. He just goes so slowly. He’s lost confidence. He expects to fail.

    At home, he often gets in the 20s. I’m reduced to drilling him on hand position, talking about how to write a “0″ faster, how to erase and correct in the space given, how to work carefully and evenly. He knows the answers, and fails every day at home and at school.

    He works in columns from right to left to help with the smudging, but has to lift and place his hand for each problem. But again, he has passed twice. I’m not sure it’s the marker/acetate problem.

    Last year, at home I’d wait until he got past his goal, and then call time to bolster his confidence. No dice.

    Anyone have any ideas? Anyone else have this problem?

    Comment by Ann — September 19, 2012 @ 1:26 pm

  171. Hi,
    I am a homeschooling mom. I stumbled upon your site and worksheets. We will definitely be using the worksheets daily. Have you considered doing anything for skip counting?

    Thank you for taking the time to share your worksheets with all of us!

    Comment by Anna — October 3, 2012 @ 10:28 am

  172. Hello. Basic question regarding the use of your worksheets. My daughter’s district is using the Spaceship Math (addition) to help provide my daughter’s marking period grade. They’ve stated that being able to answer 30 facts accurately in one minute will yield a “Met Standards” score. Is there any research behind your levels? Any norms? It’s bothering me because I teach special education and norms are the basis for progress. The Common Core Math does not have anything regarding times, just “fluently” in the state standards. Looking for any guidance. Love your worksheets,and I use them as interventions for progress monitoring in my classroom; however, just questioning if there is any research!

    Thank you

    Comment by Michelle — October 3, 2012 @ 6:35 pm

  173. Thank you so much! We recently moved and this website is a huge help to us. I needed worksheets to practice math at home to help with the transition. I have a feeling we will be using your worksheets often! Thanks so much for assembling this site.

    Comment by Karen — October 4, 2012 @ 7:55 am

  174. Dad, You totally ROCK!! Thank you!

    Comment by Judy Ross — October 11, 2012 @ 5:58 am

  175. Hi! Thank you so much for this incredible resource! It is a huge help as Special Ed. Teacher! I was looking for multi-step word problems for all operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) like you have for the one-step word problems. Do you have those developed yet? I did not see them. Thanks so much!

    Comment by Carol — November 16, 2012 @ 7:06 am

  176. You rock. That’s all I have to say. From one dad to another, you’re pretty awesome. Thanks for sharing what you’ve made with the rest of us.

    Comment by Taylor — November 20, 2012 @ 10:51 am

  177. Thank you for a wonderful site. I use these worksheets everyday for my daughter as a supplement to her school homework and I am sure that without them she would be struggling.

    My only suggestion is to begin organizing the sheets by grade. I know a few others have also mentioned this. It would help people quickly locate the appropriate sheets for their kids.

    Comment by David — November 21, 2012 @ 12:47 pm

  178. I love this site. I just found it. I have spent an hour now on it. You better bet this will be teacher talk tomorrow morning.

    I have one request though. You know the section for handwritting sheets. Is it possible to do a 1-10 and a 1-20 sheet?

    Bless you. I need it for my second and first graders.

    Comment by amy — November 28, 2012 @ 4:16 pm

  179. I’m a 5th grade math teacher. Thank you so much for this site. It has helped my students so much.

    Comment by Anna Lang — December 4, 2012 @ 9:06 am

  180. Hi Dad – thanks so much for your site! I wondered if you could add a section to the comparing fractions page where they could compare proper fractions with different denominators? I.e. is 2/3 greater/less/equal than 4/5? There are a lot of improper fractions like this, and proper fractions with the same denominator, but nothing for proper fractions with different denominators. Thanks!

    Comment by Elaine Rybski — December 5, 2012 @ 8:40 am

  181. Dear Dad –

    Thank you for creating this website! I’m using your worksheets to reteach myself math for an upcoming graduate admissions exam. I’m currently on question 3 of this worksheet: http://www.dadsworksheets.com/v1/Worksheets/Fraction%20Addition/Fraction_Addition_Different_Denominator_6_V1.html and I’ve re-checked and re-checked and one of us has the answer wrong. By my math, the final answer should be 9 129/140. I’d really love to know what I’m doing wrong if you can see a simple mistake in there somewhere!

    Amanda

    Comment by Amanda — December 8, 2012 @ 10:47 am

  182. Hello,
    I have been using your worksheets for a while and now I wanted to ask you if it’s Ok that I can share the ones I created by adjusting yours. I am giving you credit for all work that I used from,
    Thank you.
    Mr. C

    Comment by teachadvice.com — December 9, 2012 @ 4:22 pm

  183. awesome website! keep up the great work.

    thanks, chris

    Comment by chris — December 13, 2012 @ 11:02 pm

  184. I use these worksheets for my student,they are FANTASTIC!!!

    Comment by Allen L. — December 18, 2012 @ 10:34 am

  185. I would bet that it would not be shocking to you to hear that the words ‘super dad’ entered in google bring folks right to you! The amazing resource you’ve generously gifted the world will have a long and lasting impact, maybe on a small scale, but what else can one aspire to. Congratulations! Well done! And thank you!

    Carlos

    Comment by Carlos — December 29, 2012 @ 10:30 pm

  186. Love your site. I use it often.

    Just a suggestion…Under the topic Multiplication, “Factors of 10 Multiplication” should be “Powers of 10 Multiplication” or “Multiples of 10 Multiplication”

    Fondly,
    Sue

    Comment by Susan Conover — January 13, 2013 @ 12:06 pm

  187. Thank you soooo much for your big giant heart and super hard work!

    Just discovered your website for my 3rd grader and it is so AWESOME!!!

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!!!

    Comment by Rachel — January 31, 2013 @ 11:36 pm

  188. I love this site. We use it all the time, but I would really love for the printable versions to be in black and white only so I am not having to constantly replace the expensive colored ink in our printer. I have tried copying and pasting, but the format changes.

    Comment by Laura — February 19, 2013 @ 10:20 am

  189. Hi. Thanks so much for you website. We homeschool a first grader and your website is my husband’s FIRST stop whenever I ask him to put together a lesson or two for our daughter!

    Comment by Dana — February 20, 2013 @ 1:10 pm

  190. Thanks so much for this great FREE resource! We started using it this year to help my two homescooling daughters memorize their addition in a FUN way. They really like the sounds the timer makes. :)
    Flashcards were getting boring and we tried playing Addition War card games. But this is a great variation and seems to be helping them have sharp minds.
    I’m looking forward to continue using it as they get up into the higher math.

    Comment by M. Smith — February 20, 2013 @ 2:10 pm

  191. Hi,

    It’s a great website for my 4th grader. Thank you so much for this website. I use these worksheets everyday. Can we have language arts worksheets?

    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by karthika — February 21, 2013 @ 4:12 pm

  192. Thanks so much for all your hardwork. Everytime I need something for math your sight is it. I do wonder if you know of any sites for reading, fluency, comprehension, audio books.
    Thanks so much!

    Comment by Wright — February 22, 2013 @ 1:32 pm

  193. Hello,
    Your worksheets are of great use to my son who is learning from home to complete year 5. Are these general guidelines or do you follow any particular curriculum. I am asking this question as i came across some contradictory answers in the rounding off decimals, to the nearest 10 or 100. Could you please explain in short?

    Comment by ranjana — March 4, 2013 @ 10:25 am

  194. Do you use any kind of program to generate your problems? How do you format your worksheets? I’m a high school math teacher and I have used Excel to generate problems for my kids but it takes me a lot of time to reformat things into a Word document so it looks more like a worksheet. I’m really curious how you format your stuff. I’d be more than happy to share my excel “programs” with you.

    I ran across your site a couple years ago and have shared it with the rest of my dept who have used it since. Thanks.

    Comment by Kris — March 7, 2013 @ 3:08 pm

  195. Hi,

    Love your site! It’s very helpful. Just wanted to point out in your multiplication flash cards you are missing 11 x 11.

    Keep up the good work!

    Susan

    Comment by Susan — March 8, 2013 @ 11:33 am

  196. Thanks so much for such a great resource!! We just recently moved to a new state and found that our 2 boys (3rd and 4th grades) are a little behind in Math. This is exactly what I was looking for to give them some extra help at home. I will be sharing this will all my friends!!

    Comment by Kristin — March 20, 2013 @ 12:54 pm

  197. Hey, I was taught a trick in elementary school that has helped me master my 9′s. It only works up to 9 x 10 but its simple.
    You hold your hands out in front of you.
    Say the problem is 9 x 5,
    You hold down the 5th finger from the left.
    You then have 4 fingers left to the one that is down and 5 to the right of it.
    So you have 45.
    Works with facts 9 x 1 to 9 x 10

    Comment by Jessica — April 10, 2013 @ 3:42 pm

  198. Great website! Will be using this with my class and telling others about it!

    Comment by Bryony — April 18, 2013 @ 11:50 am

  199. My son was a ‘math phobic’ until his teacher recommended this site, which she also uses for her own classroom needs. My son loves it when I print off the worksheets on colored or bordered paper. He is now a whiz and is tearless and fearless when it comes to math!
    We will continue to use this site throughout the summer, so watch out 2nd grade math ‘problems!’
    I find it wonderful that someone cared enough to create this site!
    Thank you, Dadsworksheets.com!

    Comment by Dawn M. Jors — April 24, 2013 @ 2:23 pm

  200. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this Web Site to help my kids master math!!! :)

    Thank you and MANY blessings to you!!!

    Comment by Frankie — April 27, 2013 @ 6:30 am

  201. I love your website! Thank you soooooooooooooooo much!

    Comment by Miss K — May 12, 2013 @ 2:01 pm

  202. Hi there,
    I am a first grade teacher that just started using Rocket Math this year. I am so thrilled that I can share your site with my students and their parents so that these children can be more successful in math. Thank you for all of the time and effort you put into this site!

    Comment by Amy Laura — June 5, 2013 @ 4:54 am

  203. Just stumbled across this gem. Thank you so much, I also have two girls, and one of them is like me and finds math a bit of a challenge. You’ve just made my life infintely easier. I really appreciate it very much. Hugs to you!!

    Comment by Tracy — July 21, 2013 @ 7:33 pm

  204. I have been looking for pretty much what this program has in-relation to worksheets numerical reasoning maths I am 50 have been trying to practice numerical reasoning,Diagrammatic reasoning etc, I am need to do this practise to get the old grey matter once again thinking prior to want to take some tests for some jobs. However What I find is that when you look at the practise sheets and check the answers sheet they lack explanations as how you come up with the reasoning to the answers. I am one of those people I need to see and understand how it is explained to get the anwser,this is a problem I have always struggled with I need to see the explanation. Please provide an anwser. Cheers

    Comment by wayne — August 7, 2013 @ 8:29 pm

  205. I have been looking for pretty much what this program has in-relation to worksheets numerical reasoning maths I am 50 have been trying to practice numerical reasoning,Diagrammatic reasoning etc, I am need to do this practise to get the old grey matter once again thinking prior to want to take some tests for some jobs. However What I find is that when you look at the practise sheets and check the answers sheet they lack explanations as how you come up with the reasoning to the answers. I am one of those people I need to see and understand how it is explained to get the anwser,this is a problem I have always struggled with I need to see the explanation. Please provide an anwser. Cheers

    Comment by wayne — August 7, 2013 @ 8:32 pm

  206. You have created a BEAUTIFUL website – another parent told me about your site, and when my daughter asked for some practice with fractions I remembered Dad’s Worksheets. Thank you that I don’t have to download anything to use it. Thank you for the amazing detailed categorization. Thank you for the simplicity of use. I’ve been at your site about three minutes, found the two drills I wanted and the answer keys, they’re printed out and ready to use. Thank you, thank you.
    Audrey, mom to 11 and 10 year old daughters.

    Comment by audrey — September 2, 2013 @ 2:22 pm

  207. Good worksheets, but have you considered doing one about apostrophes? Surely the site should be called Dad’s Workheets :)

    Comment by Tom C (UK) — September 12, 2013 @ 6:51 am

  208. Dear DAD,

    I stumbled upon your website a few days ago and I am astonished at all the free help you give to teachers and students. My only wish is that you would have been around when I was a classroom teacher! In an effort to send my readers to reputable websites offering free help and resources, I placed a link to your site in an article I wrote. I hope you are okay with that. You are a solid educational resource I have bookmarked for my entire family. Thanks again,

    Jen

    http://www.multiplication.com/our-blog/jen-wieber/free-paper-printables-schoolwork

    Comment by Jen Wieber — September 12, 2013 @ 4:37 pm

  209. Thank you for these resources! Excellent tool for progress monitoring my students.

    Comment by Erin — September 14, 2013 @ 6:16 am

  210. I am so grateful that I came across your website and that you took the time to create this. I have a 6th grader who is pretty good in math but recently transferred to another school where they are way ahead of him in some areas. He needed a crash course in math without feeling the extra pressure. I needed a way to keep is frustration level down because it was overwhelming for him. Please keep this site current. So many times I come across a website and then it disappears or the host stops posting. The interactive is good to vs always having the kids just use worksheets. Visual is good.I am also glad because this helps me get a refresher course on what I have not retained over the years. In many ways we are learning together and this makes it a smooth ride. There are many parents out here looking for a wesbite like yours. Good job! Thanks DAD! LOL!

    Comment by Andrea — September 20, 2013 @ 6:57 am

  211. Love your website. Would love to see some worksheets that combine addition and subtraction (no carrying). My son has been given worksheets like this at school for Quantity Discrimination testing. A reminder to those little ones to check if they are suppose to add or subtract! Thank you so much. Will be using this site!

    Comment by Tammy — September 26, 2013 @ 11:39 am

  212. Thank you for the numerous math sheets. They are very useful. Keep up the good work.

    Comment by Sari — October 1, 2013 @ 12:11 pm

  213. Dear DAD,

    I am a father of three daughters.
    I have gone through your website, it is wonderful and very much help website which helps me to teach my kids.

    Thanks a lot.
    Regards: Ashar Imam

    Comment by Ashar Imam — October 4, 2013 @ 3:46 am

  214. Thank you so much! I am a student teacher in a fifth grade classroom. Your website was the ONLY one i found that had division with 5 digit dividends!!!

    Comment by Amber S — October 8, 2013 @ 9:19 pm

  215. Hi Dad – I was wondering if you could add some worksheets on estimation using whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and word problems?

    Comment by Elaine Rybski — October 27, 2013 @ 1:49 pm

  216. So Glad I stumbled upon your website. My daughter is struggling with fractions and you have a step by step progression of working with them. *snoopy dance of joy* Thank you for creating this site!

    Comment by Melanie — November 11, 2013 @ 2:47 pm

  217. please put in probability woksheets. iam in exams and need them. Thanks sooo much DADADD…

    Comment by logan — November 18, 2013 @ 9:03 am

  218. Your website has been such a blessing to us. It’s an amazing resource. Thank you so much!

    Comment by Lesa — November 19, 2013 @ 10:55 pm

  219. Thank you SO MUCH for putting all of this content online. Last year, my little sister had to leave college when we found out she had a severe brain tumor. She’s had eight brain surgeries in the last 11 months and will require chemo and radiation therapies for the rest of her life.

    Because of all the recent injuries to her brain, she’s forgotten how to do a lot of very basic things including simple math like adding, subtracting, word problems, etc. I just found your website this week and we are working through the worksheets, trying to relearn the things that were once so easy for her. Since doing these worksheets, her short term memory has been better and her daily problem solving skills have improved in a way we haven’t seen in almost a year!

    I love the way it’s all organized and truly appreciate all the hard work you’ve put in and shared with people like us. So again, thank you, thank you, thank you so much. We appreciate it more than you’ll ever know!

    -A Grateful Big Sis

    Comment by Lorna — December 3, 2013 @ 12:13 pm

  220. I am also a home school dad of two daughters…. so glad to have found your website….wish I could find an english and science type site as easy as yours to navigate.

    Any chance of installing links to get all sheets of a set or subset all at once…. it would be great.

    Comment by Ken — January 5, 2014 @ 2:27 pm

  221. Thanks so much for your fantastic worksheets! I always use your site now whenever I want to give my sons supplemental learning here at home.

    Comment by Katie — January 15, 2014 @ 5:33 pm

  222. Hi ‘Dad’

    Thanks for creating so many awesome resources in one spot! I tutor 1-2 kids every day and finding good practice worksheets is always tricky. Now that I have stumbled across your website Im never worried about having enough time to make my own.

    Appreciatively,
    Elise

    Comment by Elise Richard — January 24, 2014 @ 12:52 pm

  223. I just recently discovered your website. As a construction instructor, I was amazed at how many high school students couldn’t read a tape measure. The products on reading rulers are fantastic. I can’t wait to use more products for other lessons. THANK YOU!

    Comment by Steve — January 30, 2014 @ 9:12 am

  224. Great website! I was looking for worksheets for my Adult Basic Education Class I teach at Elgin CC. I am preparing adults to pass their GED and needed to find worksheets with number patterns. I was thrilled to find so many to choose from – will bookmark your page for future reference.

    Comment by Karen Voo — February 17, 2014 @ 8:22 pm

  225. Hi,
    First I commend you on this wonderful site. I am tutoring a wide range of young people with an equally wide range of needs. This site has saved me countless hours and headache, and has been a great benefit to my young scholars.

    Now for the bad news! This week (24 Feb 2014) I have attempted to print work sheets, and for some reason they are not printing properly. I get the headers and footers, but not the work. I thought it may be my computer or printer, but everything I want from other sites prints perfectly.

    I have no idea what this could be, but potentially something has quit working on your site. Please let me know if it could still be on my end.

    Thanks for all the effort you have put into this site.

    Regards,
    Marc Clayton
    Milton, NSW, Australia

    Comment by Marc Clayton — February 25, 2014 @ 11:14 pm

  226. Thank you for the free worksheets..have been using it to help my 8 yr old

    Comment by Leak — March 6, 2014 @ 11:45 am

  227. This is GREAT! Thank you SUPER DAD. My web search ends today.

    Comment by Elaine — March 18, 2014 @ 3:04 pm

  228. Hi! I’m an 18 year old sister who home schools her younger 3 siblings and this website helps me a lot with their school work. Thank You so much!!

    Comment by Sheena — April 1, 2014 @ 10:07 am

  229. Hi,

    My son is maths-o-phibic,i was really worried a tired very hard on this, after exploring to your site hez started liking it and wants to workout… A huge big THANZ

    Regards,
    Supritha.

    Comment by suprithaRao — April 7, 2014 @ 4:46 am

  230. HI, Love your site. I was wondering do you ever write mental math problems like they use in a beka? I love doing those with the kids but am not good at making them. Thanks!

    Comment by Kandra — April 16, 2014 @ 6:27 pm

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