Printable Flash Cards
This page contains links to free math worksheets for Printable Flash Cards problems. Click one of the buttons below to view a worksheet and its answer key. You can also use the 'Worksheets' menu on the side of this page to find worksheets on other math topics.
Addition Flash Cards
Whether you are just getting started practicing your math facts, or if you are tring to fill in missing knowledge for timed practice tests, these free printable flash cards for addition math facts will help!
Subtraction Flash Cards
Once you have mastered addition, practicing with subtraction flash cards is a great way to insure your student progresses rapidly into the realm of subtraction.
Multiplication Flash Cards
Most of us remember learning our multiplication table by practicing with multiplication flash cards just like the ones in this section. This set includes single digit facts.
Multiplication x10, x11, x12
Additional multiplication flash cards for times 10, times 11 and times 12 facts. Snotty 3rd graders taunting your students with complicated x12 facts? These extras mixed in with the multiplication flash cards in the previous section are your answer. (Or, they are a good place to start if you want to be one doing the taunting... Just saying.)
Division Flash Cards
Oh, you've mastered your multiplication facts and thing you're all done, do you? Pring out these division flash cards and get to work kiddo! These flash cards have the core division facts.
Division by 10, by 11, by 12
Additional division flash cards for dividing by 10, 11 and 12 facts, because, you know, 4th graders like to taunt, too.
Division with Remainders
While you may question why you need to memorize flash division with remainders facts, they can quickly develop number sense and help with long division work later where you have to estimate a possible small division quotient that may not be a precise fact. These flash cards for facts with small remainders are a great exercise for students who have mastered their division facts and are just starting long division.
Exponents Flash Cards
Flashcards for common exponent facts. Mix these into your multiplication flash cards for an extra bit of spice in your math fact practice!
Flash Cards for Math Facts
When timed tests aren't enough, when you've drilled and drilled with worksheet after worksheet, when those math facts just don't stick they way they should, it's time to call in the big guns... Flash cards! Many an afternoon I spent sitting on the couch with my mom, going through the deck of multiplication flash cards, trying to get the facts down for the timed test that was coming the next day at school.
But oh the peril! That couch swallowed cards, and I know that missing card with the 6x7 mulitplication fact dropped between two cushions, and for all I know is still hiding there waiting for whoever ultimately bought that couch from the GoodWill store to find and rejoice that they don't have to memorize that fact again!
Seriously though, flash cards are a great way to learn math facts. Multiplication flash cards are often where people start because multiplication facts are more difficult to reconstruct in your head and they require more memorization, although addition and subtraction flash cards are a great way to move beyond mental problem solving and develop complete mastery of those operations. And, of course, division is a natural fit for flash card practice even if you have the multiplatication facts down cold and can reverse them in your head.
You in addition to the core set of multiplication flash cards and flash cards for all of the other math facts, there are sets of flash cards for some of the more advanced multiplication and vision facts that are useful to memorize once the primary facts are mastered. There is also a set of exponents flash cards with many of the more common exponent facts that are useful to have memorized as students progress through algebra and beyond. These exponents flash cards can be incorporated into your practice with the multiplication flash cards once the concepts of exponents as repeated multiplication are understood.
A good way to check your progress is to use some of the math worksheets below as a check, and then you can practice the flash cards for the problems that are missed. Try out the higher levels of some of the timed tests for each math operation. You can print these flash cards on any paper you want, and also never worry about losing one since you can always reprint them if needed. Now get practicing!
Math Worksheets for Flash Card FollowupAddition Worksheets