The 34 worksheet generators listed below are all free and easy-to-use. They all provide a limitless number of questions that are generated together with corresponding answers. The number ranges used as well as other options can be set so the same worksheet generator can produce questions for different grade levels. Click on the links or the thumbnail images of the ones you want to have a closer look at.

Typically suited to 1st and 2nd grades as it allows for numbers up to 100. Questions can be horizontal or vertical (stacked). A maximum sum can be set for addition so you can easily work within 10, 20, or 100.

Questions can be presented with missing addends. e.g. 4 + ___ = 9. There are options to control the number range as well as the order of the numbers and blanks in the equations.

to 5, 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , or, 10. Generates number squares on which pairs of adjacent numbers that add together to make a given number are circled.

Cuisenaire Rod-like challenges with two adjoining "rods" positioned above another with a length equal to both "rods" above. Sum totals can be set and the position of the answer can be controlled. Typically suited to 1st Grade and late-Kindergarten.

Allows addition and subtraction questions to be created and combined with adding/ subtracting zero, one, and/ or doubles. Numbers to 10 or to 20 and beyond.

Shows exchanging of a ten for 10 ones with place value blocks alongside the algorithmic calculation. Note: This is a follow-on from the Decompose a 10 generator in the Place Value sub-section below.

3rd & 4th grade level. For adding and subtracting within 1000 and also addition and subtraction with larger multi-digit numbers (up to 999,999). Questions can be just addition, just subtraction, or a mixture of both.

Allows addition (vertically formatted) with up to 8 numbers. Maximum number can be set as 1-digit up to 6-digit.

Allows addition or subtraction or a combination of both with 3 numbers (horizontally formatted). Maximum and minimum number and total (for addition) can be set.

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Useful when learning and memorizing math facts. Questions can be formatted horizontal or vertically and can be just division or can be a mixture of division and multiplication.

Sets questions up with "missing" numbers. e.g. __ x 9 = 27, 48 ÷ ___ = 8

Typically 3rd - 5th grade level. Allows for multiplication of multi-digit numbers with options to make either or both numbers multiples of 10 or multiples of 100.

The range of divisors and dividends can be set to give multiple types of division questions. e.g. 4-digit by 1-digit, 5-digit by 2-digit. There is a "no remainder option" plus optional guide lines to help line up workings.

Creates 1-digit x 2-digit or 2-digit x 2-digit questions for students to answer by multiplying the tens, then the ones, and then adding the partial products to get the full answer.

Follows on from the above with a variation in format. 1-digit x 2-digit questions are answered by multiplying the tens and ones separately.

Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing fractions questions. Mixed numbers, whole numbers, common denominators can all be set.

Generates fractions that require to be simplified. Three different levels of difficulty.

Provides conversion of improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice-versa. The degree of difficulty can be controlled by limiting the whole number part and/ or the denominator range.

Questions of the form "4/5 of 25 =". Examples of custom settings include just unitary fractions, a juts whole number answers.

Typically 5th grade level questions. Provides addition, subtraction, addition and subtraction, or multiplication question sets using tenths, hundredths, or thousandths.

The number range and number of decimal places can be set for both dividend and divisor.

The number range for both numbers can be set. Decimals can be limited to just tenths, to hundredths, or to thousandths. Whole numbers can also be used including multiples of 10 and 100.

The place to be rounded to get be set to the whole unit, tenth, hundredth, or thousandth as options or as a singular choice.

Writing the number of hundreds, tens, and ones based on the quantity of place value blocks and then writing the complete number.

Helps prepare students to subtract with regrouping by exchanging a 1 ten for 10 ones. e.g. they are prompted to see 65 as 5 tens and 15 ones. The follow-on subtraction worksheet generator is listed above.

Writing 7,978 as 7,000 + 900 + 70 + 8. Number ranges can be set to 99, to 999, to 9,999, and/ or to 999,999.

Creates four different types of simple equations. e.g. *3r = 6, 5t + 4 = 14, 8n/3 = 16, 3x/6 - 3 = 27*. Types can be varied and combined on each worksheet and settings can be done for individual rows.

Provides two types of expression. e.g. *4x + 40 *and *7c + 21d*. Worksheets can be created with factoring or expanding expression questions.

Creates questions with pairs of linear equations that can be solved to give x and y values. Typically an 8th Grade resource.

creates expressions in the form of *a ^{2} + 6a + 8* for factoring. It allows three different degrees-of-difficulty and also includes an option for questions on expanding expressions.

Rounding to the nearest 10 and/ or 100

Rounding larger numbers from to the thousands up to the 100 millions' place.

Provides two question types: e.g. What is 5% of 20, and 12 is what percentage of 40? The number and percentages ranges can be controlled

Generates numbers sequences with a variety of intervals. Number range, interval range, number to show, number to hide, and other parameters can be set.

Creates a single, re-sizable clock face for which the time can be set. Handy for creating single print-outs.

The worksheet generators were made with ease-of-use in mind. All the parameters and options are shown at the top and, when changed, automatically refresh and update the questions. If you want answer sheets it is important that you pick the *Show Answers* button and print them off immediately after printing the questions as you will not be able to go back later since all the questions are generated randomly.

To print the worksheet click the (yes - you guessed it) *Print Worksheet* button. Note that all the option and parameter settings will not be sent to your printer.

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