## Autumn Math Worksheets

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

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

## Summer Missing Digits Math Worksheets

The hot summer sun has melted digits off of some Math-Drills worksheets. Can your students/children help? Just added to the website, the Summer Missing Digits math worksheets are available for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed addition/subtraction, mixed multiplication/division and all operations mixed. For each operation, there is an easier and a more difficult option. Pictured here is an … continue reading

## Percentage Increase/Decrease Worksheets

The percentage increase/decrease math worksheets were recently updated and improved. The questions involve determining the amount of change between two numbers. Students are given the original amount and a new amount and they need to figure out by how much the amount has increased or decreased. The old versions had a few confusing aspects to … continue reading

## Next Dollar Up Strategy

The next dollar up strategy involves students determining how many dollars they will need to pay for something. This strategy is often used with students who struggle with numbers and money concepts, but it is also a good introduction to making change. Previously, there were U.S. versions of these worksheets, but someone pointed out that one of the dollar … continue reading

## Identifying Place and Determining Value Worksheets

Having a good understanding of place and place value in numbers allows students to complete more complex math skills that rely on place value such as sorting and ordering numbers, addition and subtraction, and multiplication and division. Two types of Place Value Math Worksheets were recently updated: Identifying place only and Determining place and digit values. The … continue reading

## Place Value Charts and Hundredth and Thousandths Grids

The place value charts on the website were recently improved to be more useful and attractive. The work space on each chart is now more conducive to inputting numbers and completing work on the page. Each period (set of three numbers) is a different color and is surrounded by a thicker border. If the place value … continue reading

## Non-Numerical Spinners

Non-numerical spinners were requested by a Math-Drills visitor. Versions with letters, animal pictures and colors were created as well as several with combinations of these elements. Each spinner has a number of basic questions and the A and B versions of each set have a couple of extra questions that are a bit more challenging. … continue reading

## Simplifying Fractions Worksheets

Several simplifying fractions worksheets were re-worked to include name and date fields and some helper text on the answer key. Each worksheet also includes one sample answer on the question page. Simplying fractions is a useful skill for students to learn as it makes working with fractions that much easier. There are two versions (easier … continue reading

## Reading and Sketching Time on Analog Clocks

All of the reading and sketching time on analog clocks math worksheets were recently updated with several improvements: the clock design was updated to make it easier to line up the hands with the tick marks; name and date fields were added; the clocks are now color-coded; the 24-hour clocks now include 00 rather than … continue reading