DadsWorksheets.com - Thousands of printable math worksheets for teachers, home schooling or general study!
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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!

342 Comments »

  1. Thanks Dana!

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

  2. Hi Elaine!

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

    Dad

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  9. Thanks Yanina!

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

  10. Dad,

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

    Your ruler worksheets are awesome!

    Thanks!

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

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

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

  12. Hi Wayne!

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

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

    Thanks!

    Dad

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

  13. Dear Dad
    Thank you so much for your website and keeping it free. So many times my brain is fried and I can’t think of the right thing. Even if I can’t find what I am looking for exactly I can always get ideas.
    Extra thanks for the Australian content. YOU ROCK!!!

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

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

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

  15. Ouch Tim. Sorry you didn’t like those.

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

  16. Hi Dad

    Thank you for all your effort and this great compilation of math worksheets!

    Is there a way to signal an error in a worksheet?

    I’ve been stymied trying to print the puzzle grids because the background doesn’t show up and the children have been unhappy with my colouring skills. Is there a way to download the documents as PDF or .docx ?

    Comment by James — February 17, 2017 @ 4:36 am

  17. Thanks for a wonderful website!

    Dad’s Worksheets has been added to outstandingteacherwebsites.com as we consider it a great resource for teachers. Thanks so much!

    Comment by Jill Chao — February 27, 2017 @ 4:35 pm

  18. Hi Dad!
    Love this site…use it almost daily with my class. However, why do the answer keys to the bullseye math pages always have the wrong answers? For example, the entire outer ring may have 12 as the answer to EVERY problem, then the next inner ring will have 11 for every answer…etc.
    ???
    Thanks!

    Comment by Tracy — March 1, 2017 @ 6:28 am

  19. Yikes, Tracy! Something must have happened in a recent update here… I’ll get to fixing that right away. Thanks for pointing it out!

    Comment by Dad — March 5, 2017 @ 5:38 pm

  20. Thanks Jill!

    Comment by Dad — March 5, 2017 @ 5:40 pm

  21. I am tutoring a 2nd grader and LOVE your site and the worksheets/tests you’ve created for math. THANK YOU!

    Problem: I printed out both the addition and subtraction 2-minute tests; however, the addition pages are not filling the page like the subtraction worksheets. The addition 2-minute worksheets are really small. I am printing at 100%. Can you tell me how to get them to print the way they view. Hope you can help…I think the small print will be difficult for my 2nd grader to work with.

    Also, you have 2 listings for addition 2-minute tests “(no zero)” and no “More All 2-minute” tests like you have for subtraction. Would love to have “more” addition 2-minute tests if you have them.

    Hope to hear back from you soon…BLESSINGS! 😀

    Comment by Mindy Pierce — March 11, 2017 @ 6:07 am

  22. Hello Dad!

    https://www.dadsworksheets.com/worksheets/order-of-operations.html

    Your catchy mnemonic for order of operations (PEMDAS) is missing one word: ‘Please excuse [my] dear Aunt Sally.’

    Your worksheets are brilliant! I was searching for cross cancelling worksheets and stumbled upon your site. From now on, I will always come here first to supplement my 6th-grader’s math practice. Thank you.

    Comment by Erika — March 23, 2017 @ 8:11 am

  23. Thanks for a great website – we’ve added you as a selected resource on http://outstandingteacherwebsites.com/

    Comment by Jill Chao — March 23, 2017 @ 7:20 pm

  24. It was so great to find long division worksheets finally. But there are only 9 questions per page, which is a waste of paper for us. If you could make an exception to your page layout and add another column and another row, we would print the long division worksheets (double sided, of course!).

    Comment by Matthew — April 24, 2017 @ 6:25 pm

  25. Thanks Matthew! I’ll look at getting some higher-density long division worksheets into the mix… I realize they are a bit sparse, the idea being to leave room to do the work, but that may be overkill for some of the shorter problems…

    Comment by Admin — April 26, 2017 @ 7:38 am

  26. Hello,
    Where has this site been all my life? It is great!
    One suggestion/request. Many of my students understand the long division process, but get fouled up by not being able to keep the numbers going in straight lines. What really helps is having a grid below the problem to help the numbers stay in line. Also, the problems need to be large enough in size to allow space for kids who write larger. If you need an example of what I mean by grids, please email me!
    Thanks!

    Comment by Joni Mahler — May 6, 2017 @ 11:04 am

  27. Thank you!!!!! This is a lifesaver !!!!! Greatly appreciate your hard work and allowing everyone to have access to all of these worksheets !!!

    Comment by Marcy — May 12, 2017 @ 6:49 pm

  28. Hello!

    Just found your site. I like that you have division flash cards with the bar symbol. The link goes to the worksheets instead of the flash cards. Could that be changed when you have time?

    Comment by Nicole — May 15, 2017 @ 1:53 pm

  29. Is there a reason all your papers are only 3/4’s of a page. I teach low low HS Math and you have a bunch of topics that aren’t on other sites that allow for me to teach with repetition: ordering numbers, ordering negatives, negatives with decimals, etc… Having a few kids with visual/spacial issues(ocd, autism) it really bothered them that there was this weirdly empty space at the end of the papers. Bothered them enough where I would have to put this on the overhead and we would do it together. Other than that, thank you for keeping this free!!!! Great resource!

    Comment by Tommy G — June 7, 2017 @ 4:56 am

  30. Hi Tommy… I’ve been really really struggling with getting the browsers to handle printing the worksheets appropriately (they all work a little differently) and the larger margins on some pages prevented them from spilling off onto multiple pages. I’m in the process of converting everything to PDFs to make this easier, and I promise a lot of those odd page layouts will be getting cleaned up as time goes by! 🙂

    Comment by Admin — June 22, 2017 @ 7:16 am

  31. I am a father of two girls 12 and 13. I help them with their math homework. Can we find the answers to the problems, especially of the word problems? Kindly advise. Thank you so much.
    James Lee

    Comment by James Lee — July 4, 2017 @ 6:44 am

  32. Hi James! The answers should be on the second page of the worksheets, but I just did a massive PDF update to the worksheets. I just checked some of the word problem worksheets and it looks like the answers wrapped off to the right and are invisible. I’ll get on this today and get this fixed… Sorry for the trouble, but thanks so much for letting me know! 🙂

    Comment by Admin — July 4, 2017 @ 8:18 am

  33. Hi! I love your worksheets! I found them last year to help my boys, who I homeschool. I’m trying to print some out for this year with my ipad and can’t seem to do it in a way that doesn’t print all the ads and cut the page in half. I know I figured out some trick last semester to do it with my ipad, but I can’t remember it. Clicking the “print” button only prints a blank page with your copyright info at the bottom. Is it something I’m doing wrong like maybe I need to update my pdf reader or something? Thank you for this resource!

    Comment by Brooke — August 22, 2017 @ 7:31 am

  34. Hi Brooke!

    Ugh! I was able to reproduce your problem on my iPad here… I updated the site to use PDFs a couple of months ago, and I fear that’s made a mess of iPad printing. That big print button is supposed to send just the worksheet to the printer (just like it does on the desktop), or worst case the PDF utility I’m using to display the page is actually supposed to have it’s very own little print button in the same place where the +/- icons are… But I don’t see that either. In theory it’s all supposed to work just like a desktop browser would, but there’s something wonky with the way the mobile version of Safari is presenting the page. I’ll have to see if I can figure out a work around, but for now you may have to print these using a desktop browser… 🙁

    Comment by Dad — August 22, 2017 @ 6:17 pm

  35. Hi Dad,
    I love your Spaceship Math worksheets. Is there a way to print the entire set?
    Thank you so much!
    Mary

    Comment by Mary — August 26, 2017 @ 7:33 am

  36. Hi Mary! Unfortunately, the worksheets are setup as individual PDFs, so the only way to print them is to go through each page and click the print button on the ones you need… I’ve been thinking about putting together something that bundles them up in more of a set… Keep an eye on the blog… 🙂

    Comment by dad — August 27, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

  37. Hi Brooke! An update… I still can’t get the “Print” button working right in iOS Safari, but I did get the little download button to appear in the PDF viewer again. If you look at the pages now, there will be a small sheet icon with an arrow pointing downward near the top corner of the actual worksheet (below the “Next” button roughly). Click this an the worksheet will open alone in Safari, then you can click Safari’s sharing button (looks like a box with an arrow pointing up and out of it) next to the URL in the title bar. You should find a print option in that bottom list of icons there. Sorry this is so convoluted…Safari just doesn’t seem to play well with embedded PDF files.

    Comment by Dad — August 27, 2017 @ 6:03 pm

  38. Hi Cristy! Perhaps the best way to make this clearer is to illustrate it…

    1x9=9 < -- 9 = 9 2x9=18 <-- 1 + 8 = 9 3x9=27 <-- 2 + 7 = 9 3x9=36 <-- 3 + 6 = 9 4x9=45 <-- 4 + 5 = 9 . . . 9x9=81 <-- 8 + 1 = 9 9x10=90 <-- 9 + 0 = 9

    What's happening here is a peculiar pattern that occurs when we count in multiples of nine... From 9x1 through 9x10, it has the effect of increasing the tens place by one and decreasing the ones place by one, so the sum of the digits always stays the same. You can use this little trick when memorizing the nine times table. If you just know that the tens digiit is going to be one less than other number (the multiplicand that ISN'T the nine), then you've got a quick way to figure out what the ones digit will be (assuming you've got those division facts memorized!)

    Hope this helps!

    Dad

    Comment by dad — August 27, 2017 @ 6:11 pm

  39. Is there anyway to save or print these en masse/in bulk? My kids are doing these every night, and I’d like to make a binder for them. Good stuff.

    Comment by J — September 21, 2017 @ 4:30 pm

  40. I’m confused about the Roman numeral worksheets. They look like they are all in order already, and each worksheet is the same. What am I missing? THANK YOU so much for your site. As a homeschooler, I will be visiting often!

    Comment by Eva Dellinger — September 23, 2017 @ 2:39 pm

  41. Hi J –

    There’s a download button near the top-right corner of the worksheet (it looks like a small page with an arrow pointing down on it) that will let you save a copy of the worksheets to print view Acrobat or some other PDF viewer… 🙂

    Dad

    Comment by Dad — September 26, 2017 @ 4:07 pm

  42. Thanks Eva… I did an update recently and it looks like the Roman Numeral Ordering worksheets are writing out the answer for both the problem and the solution now… I’ll get this fixed pronto!

    Comment by Dad — September 26, 2017 @ 4:10 pm

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