DadsWorksheets.com has been one of the web’s top ranked sources of free math learning materials since 2008. Thank you for visiting! You are joining tens of millions of other visitors (including thousands of grade school teachers!) who work to raise the math competencies of the kids in their lives.
Repetition is the path to mastery, and so the logic goes with timed math drills. Maybe you’re home schooling, or maybe you’re in a district that’s gone full speed into Mad Minutes, 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 a growing collection of over 8,000 PDF math worksheets with answer keys that I’ve created while teaching my own girls mathematics. There are also educational calculators that help illustrate how problems are solved, not just provide answers. All of this has done wonders for my kids. And I hope it does the same for yours.
To get started, look over the Math Worksheets menu to right and navigate down to some material you need. Print it out, then use the timer to perform some tests. You don’t need to sign up, I don’t need your email address. Just click and print and teach.
Who is Dad?
My name is James Scheller and I’m the Dad behind DadsWorksheets.com. I’m married, live in Arizona and have four daughters who are using the worksheets and other tools from this site throughout their educational journey. Apart from raising an all female wolf pack and working on this site, I have a master’s degree in computer science from Arizona State University and have been a professional software developer for over 25 years. I have worked on a variety of large scale projects, including student and teacher-facing applications for companies in the educational industry. You can learn more about me at my blog at https://jamesscheller.com/.
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 who might also find the materials useful. Please use the social sharing buttons at the top of each page to share topics or worksheets that you find interesting, or visit the Contact Page to follow me or signup for my super non-intrusive email newsletter. 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!
Thanks for visiting and good luck on your mathematical journey!