Fillable Math Worksheets

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Recently, I’ve been exploring the idea of creating “fillable” PDF math worksheets to assist those who are teaching online or simply want to save on paper and toner/ink. In this context, fillable means a math worksheet that can be filled out on one’s computer with the fillable boxes already built-in. Picture this: You send a … continue reading

New Student Page Button

New Student Page Download Button

A new feature on the Math-Drills website allows teachers, parents, and other educators to download a PDF that only includes the question page for many of the website’s 58 thousand worksheets. The “Student” button will enable anyone to access an already “split” version of the worksheet that excludes the answer key. Previously, the “Download” button … continue reading

Math Flash Cards Update

Math Flash Cards High Score Table Colors

A few changes were made to the Math Flash Cards recently which included fixing the print option and tweaking the scoring. After a student completes a set of 10, 25, 50 or 100 questions, they are given the option to print their results including showing them which questions they got correct and incorrect. A few … continue reading

Halloween 2020 Math Worksheets

Ghostly Figures Missing Digits All Operations Mixed (Easier Version) (E)

Halloween 2020 could be one of the strangest ever, but don’t let that stop you from getting into the “spirit” of things. The collection of Halloween math worksheets has once again grown to accommodate even more students and skill levels. This year, I’ve added a number of Missing Digits math worksheets with a ghostly figure … continue reading

Single-Digit Addition Update

100 Single-Digit Addition Questions with Some Regrouping (W)

The “100 Single-Digit Addition Questions with Some Regrouping” worksheet has long held the #1 most popular spot on the Math-Drills website; however, it had a few minor issues that have been rectified with a recent update. The issues related to the available versions, the instructions, the name and date fields and the repetition of questions; … continue reading

Subtracting on a Grid

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Although you can always use graph/grid paper to help students line up the numbers in arithmetic, it is sometimes nice to have a ready-made solution that only requires hitting the print button. Previously, I included grid support for addition, multiplication and division, but I somehow missed subtraction, and thankfully a Math-Drills visitor asked for it the other … continue reading

Follow the Arrows

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This year has seen a lot of arrows added to store floors and other locations. This gave me the idea to add a worksheet that involved following arrows in some way, so I developed a fairly simple one on the place value worksheets page for building a number and including the thousands separators. There are only two … continue reading

Expanded Form Worksheets Expansion


I noticed recently that the expanded form math worksheets needed an update to properly recognize the different ways expanded form is written at different levels of study. This meant quite an expansion of the number of worksheets for expanded form, but the selection should now better address the diverse needs across the K-8 spectrum. Expanded form with … continue reading

Autumn Math Worksheets

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Autumn arrives this week in the Holarctic realm (Northern areas) and in a never-ending quest to add new and better math worksheets, I’ve added some new fall-themed math worksheets to the website. The first new worksheet pictured is actually a Cartesian art project for students. It comes in two versions: a one-quadrant and a four-quadrant. … continue reading

Triangular Prisms Surface Area and Volume

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The surface area and volume of triangular prisms worksheets were replaced and a color version was added for those using the worksheets onscreen or with a color printer. The old version of this worksheet is still available if you search the website, but the link on the measurement page was removed. The old version had some … continue reading