List of Math Downloads
You can download all the worksheets, tables, charts, number lines, and games that are used on this site from this page. Check back regularly as more resources will be added as they are developed.
The resources and instructions for download and use are listed below
under two headings: Printable Resources and Online Resources.
The instructions give step-by-step guidance meant for anyone with experience
putting web pages or websites together. All that we ask is that you respect
the License Agreement.
Printable Resources for Download
Preview these worksheets and a description of the type of questions
they contain from the list of subjects on the math
worksheets page, or click the Preview links on the above list.
Tables and Charts
The Multiplication Tables and Charts include
the times table up to 12 and a decimal/ fraction equivalent chart.
Click the links or the preview icon for more information.
Note: You'll find the online flashcards in the Online Resources section
To download and place the resources on your site:
- Preview the math resources
- Click the link to download the required file
- Save the zip file to your preferred location on your own computer
- Extract/ unzip the files to your working folder/ directory
- Make any changes you wish according to the license agreement
- Upload the files to your web host/ website
Note: The math resources were developed with the reuse by others in
mind. For example, externally referenced stylesheets were not used
and images were used sparingly.
The steps required to download the online math resources are the same
as the steps noted above for the printable resources. The notes below
will help you alter and use these resources.
There are three files for each game (shootout.html, Shootout.swf,
and shootout.xml) . You can rename the html file but do not rename
the swf or xml file). Reading the xml file should provide all the
information you need. There are options to have the game timed, to
have the questions loop, to randomize the questions, and to randomize
the answers. If you don't want a timed game then set the time to
The math drag-and-drop games consist
of three files: a .swf file, a .xml file and a .html file. The swf
file is the core element and is "fed" data from the xml file with everything being "housed"
in the html file. The changes you make will be to the xml files. The
format required shown in this example.
Online math flashcards
The online math flashcards consist of two files: A .swf file
and a .html file. Any changes you make will be to the .html file. Read
the HTML source to see how to change the parameters that control the
questions asked on the flashcards. There is one line of code that is
particularly important: Example 1 below generates addition with numbers
1 to 9 and Example 2 gives multiplication with numbers 2 to 12.
fG.setParam( 'flashvars', 'format=a&min=1&max=9&'
fG.setParam( 'flashvars', 'format=m&min=2&max=12&'
The target game, the drag-and-drop game and flashcard files were all
developed specifically for easy alteration and re-use and HelpingWithMath.com
would like to acknowledge the excellent multimedia work done on their
behalf by Solterra Media Works.
If you need any help or if you have any feedback, we'd be delighted
if you contacted us.