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Over 3,000 Worksheets and Counting!

After having passed the 2,000 worksheet mark in late September, the site has expanded another 50% to over 3,000 worksheets in less than four months. That’s a rate of approximately 250 worksheets a month, or roughly eight new worksheets a day! If the trend continues, that would put us at 4,000 sheets by the end of the school year, which I’m willing to set as a goal, but only because we’re technically 101 worksheets ahead coming out of the starting blocks…

If you have any requests or ideas for additional worksheets that you think would fit in with the other material here, feel free to post a comment to this post. I’m sure there are lots of great ideas out there and your feedback is appreciated.

Meanwhile, I hope you’ll share the enthusiasm and pass word about the site to parents or teachers whom you think might appreciate the content here. If you have a blog or a web site, a link helps greatly spread the word.

Thanks for your support and see you at 4,000!


  1. I love the spaceship math. I do have a question though. Letter T and U say that they add the same problems. I was wondering if that was correct or if that was mistake?
    Thanks for all you do!!

    Comment by Teacher — January 26, 2009 @ 1:17 pm

  2. Whoops. The description of the Addition T pages was incorrect, although the actual problems are right. These pages should indicate the new facts as 8+3, 3+8, 4+9, and 9+4. I’ll have this included in the next site refresh… Thanks!

    Comment by Dad — January 26, 2009 @ 5:00 pm

  3. i teach adult education in chicago, il. i will be presenting a “math resources on the internet” at workshop on fri., dec 4, 2009. i am planning on including your website. the audience will be adult educators located in the northern illinois district.

    i can’t figure out how to make the worksheets print on 1 page,some do and some don’t.

    would be helpful if you would forward some info so i can include it in the workshop.

    thanks in advance

    Comment by shirley elmore — November 26, 2009 @ 12:31 pm

  4. Hi Shirley –

    Thanks for mentioning the site in your talk!

    Printing HTML is a pain at times… I originally had most of the worksheets printing on a single page here, but when I switched computers I started picking up some multiple-page prints here as well so I know this is an issue. I’ll make a pass back through and resize the banner notice at the bottom of the page as this should cut many pages down by a little bit, but this in general could use some cleanup.

    Meanwhile, there’s some things you can do on your end to help assure you get a single page worksheet out. If you configure your browser so that it doesn’t print the header/footer information, that will save a lot of space on the page (and it really makes for a nicer worksheet for the kids.) In Internet Explorer, you can use the ‘Page Setup’ in the ‘File’ menu to configure this… Just change all the settings under ‘Headers and Footers’ to values of ‘Empty’. You can also configure the page margins here to smaller values if you printer supports it. If you are using Mozilla FireFox, most of these settings show up in the print that appears right after choosing to print a page.

    Hope this helps!


    Comment by Dad — November 27, 2009 @ 8:58 am

  5. Hi…

    Thank you so much for these wonderful work. Your site was recommended to me by my son’s teacher. The timed tests are great. My son is smart, but he likes taking time to do EVERYTHING. The timed tests have helped me to practice with him every night. I’ve seen immediate results after three nights practicing with him. He is still not quite there, but definitely improves from his first test.

    Thanks again,

    Diane – mother of a 2nd grade boy

    Comment by Diane — December 14, 2009 @ 3:02 pm

  6. I am a Special Education teacher (3rd, 4th, and 5th grade). i came across your site while searching for some Math helps for my students. Absolutely love it. Have shared it with several teachers. I was windering is you have any plans for adding anything on liquid volume.

    Comment by Karen Maltby — March 7, 2010 @ 1:38 pm

  7. Hi Kathy –

    I started some work on volume of cubic solids, but haven’t gotten back to finishing it.

    At some point I would like to do a whole series of worksheets on units conversions, including measures of liquid volume. I haven’t started this yet, but will keep your interest for this in mind…



    Comment by Dad — March 7, 2010 @ 3:04 pm

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