## Welcome Maria’s Math News Readers!

### When you’re teaching your kids math, you need all the extra lesson materials you can find. This website is here to help!

DadsWorksheets.com has over **7,400 free math worksheets** created by a Dad for his two daughters. You’ll find multiple versions of worksheets for different topics, letting you drill without reusing the same problems over and over again. Whether you need timed tests for learning basic math operations, multidigit multiplication, long division, measurement, units conversions or other more advanced work, DadsWorksheets.com has you covered.

These worksheets are free for you to use to teach your kids math. There are no subscriptions or registration forms. Open them up, click print, put a pencil in the little one’s hands and stand back.

You can browse the complete list of worksheets by expanding sections of the “Worksheets” menu at the side of this page. This menu appears on most of the navigation pages on the site and is a great way to find exactly what you need.

All of the worksheets have answer keys, and many of them show how the answer was calculated. A good example of this is in the answer keys to the** long division worksheets**; you’ll get the whole part of the work underneath the division problem, not just the quotient. This lets your child see how the answer was calculated, and helps them find and fix mistakes they may have made getting there.

If you’re already teaching fractions, the answer keys for the fraction worksheets are similarly useful. The keys show cross cancelling in the **fraction multiplication** and **fraction division** worksheets, as well as common denominators for **fraction addition** and **fraction subtraction**. I’m particularly proud of the fraction worksheets. I taught my oldest daughter with them and I hope some of you will get good practice of out them too.

If the site is useful for your family, I hope you’ll consider book marking it and coming back! Worksheets are added and updated regularly, and if you have a suggestion feel free to post a comment or question here.

Thanks for visiting and welcome to the family!

How can one teach a child not to forget to add or subtract the weeks and days; hours and minutes

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Comment by Nonhlanhla Khoza — November 8, 2011 @ 12:04 am

Hi Nonhlanhla –

The idea of adding and subtracting times is a little tricky, but it helps a lot to really have carrying and borrowing down. The basic idea is that sometimes when you add minutes you might need to “carry an hour” over, and similarly with subtraction you might need to “borrow an hour” and turn it into minutes.

Some worksheets that might help get started on this topic are the analog elapsed time sheets…

Analog Elapsed Time Worksheets

Hope this helps!

Dad

Comment by admin — November 9, 2011 @ 9:23 am

Hi,

I am a teacher. Your maths worksheet will be a great help to

me.

Comment by Pauline Powell — December 1, 2011 @ 4:48 pm

Hi Maria,

Happy New Year-2012. I am a regular reader of your column. I am a teacher and find your website very useful for teaching and learning process. I along with my students find your worksheets worthwhile. This time again i hope dadworksheets will prove to be a hidden treasure for me, my two daughters Ananya(3rd std) and Bhavya(8th std) and my school pupils. Thanks a lot.

Nishi Kant

India.

Comment by Nishi Kant — January 3, 2012 @ 5:31 am

Hi Nishi –

I’m glad you found my worksheet site and hope it helps you and your two daughters! I did want to point out that DadsWorksheets isn’t directly related to Maria’s Math News… Maria was kind enough to let me sponsor this month’s news letter. I hope you’ll find something useful here, but also be sure to check out Maria’s site directly if you haven’t already…

Good luck in 2012!

Dad

Comment by admin — January 3, 2012 @ 7:03 am

Answer to prayer. I am using Life of Fred with my 12 yr old DD and Math Mammoth with my 6 yr old ds. My daughter loves LOF but is in need of additional practice. So glad Maria posted this in her Newsletter. This will definitely help her.

Comment by MamaBird — January 3, 2012 @ 2:33 pm

Hi Maria,

I am a grandmother, homeschooling a 5th grader. He has learned so much more thanks to your worksheets and membership with ixl.com. Thank you for your dedication to the learning and teaching of all children.

Fleurette Henderson, STL, MO

Comment by Fleurette Henderson — January 3, 2012 @ 4:19 pm

Hey Dad! Your site looks great. We’ve only had a few minutes to look it over and can see the helpfulness of it already. We are a father and son 4th grade study team and will comment regularly on our progress through your material.

Smile!

Comment by Ernie & Chase — January 4, 2012 @ 8:04 pm

Hello ! Thanking you so much. I am happy for you Maria’s Maths New Reader by Sent me I am Deaf Teacher in Deaf Reach Schools and Training Centres, H.O., Karachi (PAKISTAN). I am teaching in Class 1 to Class 5 in Maths, English, Science General Knowledge and Sports. Please you send me above above the subjects for free downland their worksheets, pictures, other else.

For.

Abdul Majeed

Teacher

Comment by Abdul Majeed — January 10, 2012 @ 9:07 pm

Hi Abdul!

The worksheets are all available by way of the menu that appears on the right side of most pages on the site… Simply browse through the list there and print whatever you need for use in your classroom. I hope to have a search function that groups various topics by grade level later this year.

Good luck to you on your work in Pakistan!

Dad

Comment by admin — January 11, 2012 @ 6:15 am

I need dittos on exploring attribute of temperature by comparing the temperature of 3 objects for first graders.

Comment by virginia hernandez — January 20, 2012 @ 4:38 pm

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Comment by Shalu Sharma — July 8, 2012 @ 3:43 pm

Thanks for sending all these worksheets to me. My work at school is easier using all this.

Comment by esthi rubin — July 8, 2012 @ 6:48 pm

I will find this very useful because I have four children who are all in primary school. I will be using your material to assist my children with.

Thanks

Judy

Comment by Judy Kuk — August 14, 2012 @ 3:48 pm

These are commendable worksheet which helped my son to clear his concepts and rectify his problems.It is a great help for less able students.

Regards

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Comment by Zakaria Makuek Jack — September 6, 2012 @ 12:38 am

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Comment by Arifa — September 30, 2012 @ 9:34 pm

Best way to teach addition and subtraction of time is using time line or rather number line using time.

Comment by Cherine — January 3, 2013 @ 5:21 am

I need some worksheets on Place Value for 2nd grade.

Thanks,

Alice Puckett

Comment by Alice Puckett — January 3, 2013 @ 8:41 pm

I am interested in seeing what materials you have. The addition of weeks and days is very unique although we do it all the time. I am a semi retired teacher with a degree in special needs and use hands on materials for teaching. Are the materials for purchase and do your activities involve manipulative a that accompany math work?

Comment by Betina — January 5, 2013 @ 9:41 pm

Please investigate and speak out. The new “Common Core” has “new” ways of teaching math. To add 1/3 and 1/9, they teach to convert both fractions to x/27. UGH! Also, to add mixed numbers, they teach to convert them to improper fractions first.

Comment by James — November 4, 2013 @ 5:37 pm

Thanks alot Dad! This site is AWESOME!!!

Comment by Andrew — November 8, 2013 @ 7:09 am

Can one subscribe to this website

Comment by Claudette — December 4, 2013 @ 10:09 am