# Math Worksheets

This index page will link you to all types of addition worksheets, including basic facts, 2-digit addends, 3-digit addends, 4-digit addends, fraction addition, decimal addition, fact families, and money addition.

Addition: Basic FactsWorksheets for free with basic, single-digit addition facts (sums up to 18).

Addition: 3-Digit AddendsPractice adding 3-digit numbers together with these printable worksheets, task cards, and games.

Addition: 4 and 5-Digit AddendsChallenge your students to solve addition problems with 4 and 5-digit numbers.

Addition: 3 or More AddendsColumn addition problems with 3 or more addends of 1, 2, 3, and 4-digit numbers.

Addition and Subtraction Mix: BasicThe worksheets, flashcards, and number lines on this page have a mix of basic, single-digit addition and subtraction problems.

Addition: FractionsAdd fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators, as well as unlike denominators on these free worksheets.

Addition PropertiesThese worksheets were made to teach students about the commutative and associative properties of addition.

Addition SquaresBuild logical thinking skills with these free addition square brainteaser worksheets.

Addition-Subtraction Fact FamiliesBasic fact family triangles, number bonds, and fact squares worksheets for addition and subtraction.

Addition: Sum Game (Basic addition)On these printable game boards, students color pairs of numbers that equal a given sum.

Algebra & Pre-AlgebraWrite algebraic expressions, learn to identify independent/dependent variables, solve for variables in equations, work with inequalities, and more.

Angles: Types and MeasuringUsing protractors to find measurements of right, acute, and obtuse angles.

Angles: Complementary, Supplementary, VerticalDownload worksheets to practice geometry concepts related to vertical, complementary, and supplementary angles.

Area of TrianglesUse the formula A = 1/2 x (b x h) to calculate the area of triangles

Area WorksheetsCalculate the area (in square units) of the shapes on these worksheets.

Box Plots (Box-and-Whisker Diagrams)Use these worksheets to help students learn about statistics and creating box-and-whisker plots. There are also worksheets on calculating Q1, Q3, median, minimum, and maximum values.

Calendars (Math)Calendars to help students with years, months, weeks and days on a calendar.

Capacity WorksheetsVolume or capacity worksheets (gallons, quarts, pints, & cups).

Circles: Radius, Diameter, CircumferenceCalculate the diameter and radius of circles; also includes circumference and area worksheets.

Color-by-Number WorksheetsColor the mystery pictures according to the number key at the bottom.

Counting Money (Australian)Use these worksheets to practice counting Australian money.

Counting Money (Canadian)Count toonies, loonies, quarters, nickels, and dimes with these Canadian currency worksheets.

Counting Money (UK Pounds)Learn to count pounds and pence, coins used in the United Kingdom.

Counting Money (USA)Practice counting American money (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters) wit h a variety of free worksheets.

Counting Worksheets 0-30 (Very Basic)Learn to count and write numbers up to 30.

Counting Worksheets (More Advanced)Learn how to accurately count two, three, and four-digit numbers. Complete the number lines, tell what number comes before, and skip counting.

Daily Math ReviewThis page will link you to over 100 daily review practice worksheets ("Math Buzz"), leveled for grades 1 through 5.

Daily Word ProblemsThis area has math daily word problems for grades 1 through 5. There are hundreds of graphical word problems for students to solve, with plenty of space to show their work.

Decimal Addition and SubtractionAdd and subtract decimal numbers with tenths, hundredths, and thousandths place values.

Decimal DivisionPractice long division with decimal numbers.

Decimal MultiplicationPractice multiplication problems that have decimal factors and products.

Decimal WorksheetsNaming and working with decimal numbers.

Division Worksheets: BasicBasic division facts worksheets, games, and activities.

Division Worksheets: Long DivisionLong division worksheets with 2, 3, and 4-digit dividends.

Equations (Basic Algebra)Learn to balance simple algebraic equations and find the value of variables.

Even and Odd WorksheetsIdentifying odd and even numbers

Exponents WorksheetsFind the exponents of single-digit numbers on these printable worksheets and task cards.

Factoring WorksheetsComplete factor trees, find greatest common factors, and least common multiples.

Fraction Worksheets (Advanced)Reducing fractions, ordering fractions, equivalent fractions, and comparing fractions.

Fraction Worksheets (Basic)Identifying basic fractions, fraction strips, fraction manipulatives.

Fractions: AdditionFind sums of fractions and mixed numbers. Includes worksheets with like-denominator fractions, as well as unlike-denominator fractions.

Fractions: DivisionDivide fractions and mixed numbers. Many of these worksheets include illustrated problems, graphical model problems, as well as word problems.

Fractions: Mixed NumbersPractice basic mixed number skills.

Fractions: MultiplicationMultiply the fractions and mixed numbers. Many worksheets include models and diagrams, as well as word problems.

Fractions: ReciprocalsPrint these worksheets to help students learn about reciprocal fractions.

Fractions: SubtractionPractice subtracting fractions and mixed numbers. Includes like and unlike denominators.

Frames and Arrows PracticeUse frames and arrows activities to build up logical thinking skills.

Graphing: Bar GraphsRead the bar graphs on the worksheets and answer questions.

Graphing: Line GraphsInterpret the line graphs on the worksheets and answer questions.

Graphing: Line PlotsLine plots are a special type of number line that represents frequency of data.

Graphing: PictographsStudy the pictographs on the worksheets and answer questions.

Graphing: Pie GraphsAnalyze the pie graphs on the worksheets and answer questions.

Greater than, Less than WorksheetsCompare numbers greater than, less than, and equal to.

Hundreds ChartsUse these helpful place value charts, hundreds charts, ninety-nines charts.

In and Out BoxesComplete these printable input and output boxes, or rule boxes.

InequalitiesSolve and graph the inequalities. Includes single-variable, one-step, and two-step inequalities.

Integers (Basic)Compare, order, add, and subtract the positive and negative numbers.

Least Common Denominator (LCD)These worksheets challenge students to find the least common denominators for groups of two and three fractions.

Least Common Multiple (LCM)Determine the least common multiple of each set numbers

Lines, Segments, RaysLearn about lines, line segments, rays, parallel lines, and perpendicular lines.

Math Crossword PuzzlesSolve the math problems and use the answers to complete the crossword puzzles.

Math RiddlesSolve the math problems to decode the answer to funny riddles. Includes a wide variety of math skills, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, place value, rounding, and more.

Math Story PassagesThis page has a set of whole-page reading passages. Students use information from the passages to solve math problems. These are much longer than "regular" word problems.

Mean (Averages) WorksheetsCalculate the mean, or average, of numbers.

Mean, Median, Mode, and RangeCalculate the mode, median, mean, and range of the given numbers.

Measurement IndexSelect the types of measurement worksheets you're looking for, including linear measurement, capacity, and temperature.

Measurement: CM, MM, and MPractice metric linear measurement: centimeters, millimeters, and meters.

Measurement: Feet, Yards, InchesLearn American linear measurement; inches, feet, and yards.

Measurement: Grams and KilogramsMeasure the weight and convert to and from grams and kilograms.

Measurement: Liters and MillilitersEstimate and convert capacity measurements in liters and milliliters.

Measurement: Pounds and OuncesMeasure the weight and convert to and from ounces and pounds.

Middle School MathThis index page will link you to dozens of middle school math topics on this site. Topics include inequalities, absolute value, algebra, and more.

Minute Math DrillsDrill-and-practice sheets for basic adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing.

MultiplesThese worksheets will help students learn to find and identify multiples of numbers.

Multiplication (Properties)Learn about the associative, distributive, commutative, and identity properties of multiplication.

Multiplication TablesPrint these multiplication charts and tables for students to use as reference.

Multiplication Worksheets: AdvancedSolve two and three-digit multiplication problems.

Multiplication Worksheets: BasicLearn basic multiplication facts with these worksheets, mystery pictures, and games.

Multiplication-Division Fact FamiliesBasic number bonds, fact family worksheets and triangles for division and multiplication.

Multiplication: Lattice MultiplicationMultiply by 2, 3, or 4 digit numbers with a lattice grid.

Mystery Graph ArtPlot the ordered pairs to reveal mystery pictures.

Mystery Math PicturesSolve the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts to reveal a mystery picture.

Number Detective (Secret Numbers)Students will used the clues posted each day to figure out the weekly secret number.

Number LinesPrintable number line worksheets for teaching counting, addition, subtraction, number patterns, fractions, and decimals.

Order of OperationsPractice order of operations: parenthesis and exponents, then multiply and divide, then add and subtract.

Ordered Pairs; Coordinate PlanesCoordinate planes and ordered pair worksheets.

Ordinal NumbersOrdinal numbers define position in a series. (examples: first, second, third, fourth, etc.)

Patterns: NumberStudents must list the numbers that come next in these patterns.

Patterns: PictureStudents determine which pictures come next in the patterns.

Percent WorksheetsConvert from decimal numbers and fractions to percents.

Perimeter WorksheetsAdd to find the perimeters of polygons on these worksheets.

Place Value WorksheetsFinding the value of the underlined digit value; standard and expanded form; rounding.

Prime & Composite NumbersLearn the differences between prime and composite numbers. Also, learn to identify and find prime numbers by factoring, or by using the Sieve of Eratosthenes.

Polygons WorksheetsIdentifying and working with polygon shapes.

Probability WorksheetsDetermine the probability of certain outcomes.

Puzzle Match Math GamesPrintable puzzle pieces that you can cut out for students to match up. Great for learning centers, small group activities and independent practice.

Pythagorean TheoremFind the lengths of the sides of a right triangle with the Pythagorean theorem formula.

QR Code WorksheetsStudents use an iPad or smartphone to scan QR codes to complete or check problems on each of these math worksheets.

RatiosPractice comparing pairs of quantities using ratios.

Reflection, Rotation, and TranslationIdentify the reflected, rotated, and translated shapes.

Roman NumeralsLearn to read and write Roman numerals with these printable worksheets and activities.

Rounding Numbers WorksheetsRounding numbers to the nearest tens and hundreds.

Scientific NotationLearn to write numbers in scientific notation.

Secret Code MathOn these worksheets, students will use the key to decode the secret numbers in each addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division problem.

Similar and Congruent WorksheetsIdentify similar and congruent shapes.

Skip Counting by 100sUse these worksheets to teach students about skip counting by hundreds.

Skip Counting by 10sReview counting by tens with these printables.

Skip Counting by 11sCount elevens, multiply by elevens, and fill in missing numbers.

Skip Counting by 12sFill in empty boxes and word problems by counting by twelves.

Skip Counting by 25sSkip counting by twenty-fives is important if you're teaching your students to count money.

Skip Counting by 2sUse these printables to teach students to skip count by intervals of two.

Skip Counting by 3sThe set of worksheets on this page will help students learn to count by threes.

Skip Counting by 4sIf you're teaching students to count by fours, try these worksheets.

Skip Counting by 5sWhen you teach students to count nickels or count by fives, these worksheets may be helpful to you.

Slides, Flips, and Turns WorksheetsTell whether the shapes were flipped, slid, or turned.

SlopeOn these worksheets, students will use graphs, ordered pairs, and tables to calculate the slopes of straight lines.

Solid Shapes WorksheetsName the geometric solid shapes: rectangular prisms, cubes, spheres, and cylinders.

Special NumbersThese worksheets cover a variety of place value concepts, including even/odd, finding the value of digits, and writing numbers in expanded form.

SubtractionSingle and multi-digit subtractions. Includes 1, 2, 3, and 4-digit numbers. There are links to decimal and money subtraction too.

Subtraction: BasicPractice basic, single-digit subtraction facts; concept and drill worksheets.

Subtracting FractionsPractice subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with these printable worksheets and task cards.

Surface AreaCalculate the surface area of rectangular prisms and other three-dimensional shapes.

Symmetry WorksheetsFind the lines of symmetry, identify symmetrical figures, and complete the symmetrical shapes.

Tally MarksLearn to count objects with tally marks.

Temperature WorksheetsRead the Celsius and Fahrenheit thermometers and state the temperature.

Ten-Frame MathPrintable ten-frame activities for teaching counting, basic addition, and simple subtraction.

Tessellation WorksheetsTeach students to recognize geometric tessellation of two-dimensional shapes.

Time WorksheetsLearn about telling time to the nearest minute, hour, and quarter hour.

Time: Elapsed TimeDetermine the amount of time that has passed.

Venn Diagrams (Math)This page has math Venn Diagram worksheets.

Volume - Graduated CylindersThese worksheets feature pictures of graduated cylinders. Students must write the correct volume in milliliters.

Volume WorksheetsCalculate the volume of solid shapes. Includes volume "counting cubes," rectangular prisms, cones, cylinders, and spheres.

Word Problem Worksheets (by Type)Practice word problems for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Word Problem Worksheets (Mixed)Review mixed word problem skills at different grade levels.

Word Problems (Multiple Steps)These word problems have multiple steps, and require students to use critical thinking skills.

Addition WorksheetsHere you can link to all types of addition worksheets, including basic facts, fraction addition, 2-digit, 3-digit, and 4-digit addition.

Fraction WorksheetsIndex of our basic and advanced-level fraction worksheets.

Geometry WorksheetsLearn area, perimeter, symmetry, polygons, solid shapes, and more.

Graphing WorksheetsChoose from pie graphs, bar graphs, and line graphs.

Skip Counting WorksheetsCount by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s, 25s, or 100s.

Subtraction WorksheetsHere's an index page that links to all of the subtraction sections of our website.

Math Skills WorksheetsThis page contains only a partial index of the math skills worksheets on S.T.W.

Full Website IndexView the complete index of all Math, ELA, Spelling, Phonics, Grammar, Science, and Social Studies worksheets found on this website.

Elementary school math covers a wide range of topics, providing students from kindergarten through fifth grade with a strong foundation in essential math concepts. From basic number recognition and counting in the early years to more advanced topics like multiplication, division, fractions, and geometry in later grades, students are gradually introduced to increasingly complex ideas. Key areas of math include addition and subtraction, place value, measurement, time, money, geometry, fractions, and early algebraic thinking. As students advance through the grades, they begin to explore topics like decimals, graphing, and word problems, which integrate multiple math concepts into real-world scenarios.

In kindergarten and first grade, students start with learning to count, recognize numbers, and understand basic addition and subtraction. Teachers use visual aids like counters, number lines, and manipulatives to help students grasp these foundational skills. As students progress to second and third grades, they are introduced to more complex arithmetic, including multiplication, division, and fractions. Hands-on activities, such as using arrays for multiplication or fraction bars for fraction concepts, make abstract ideas more concrete. By fourth and fifth grade, students tackle topics like multi-digit multiplication, division with remainders, geometry, and early algebraic reasoning. Word problems and real-life applications become increasingly important at these stages, helping students apply their math knowledge to everyday situations.

The importance of understanding core math concepts cannot be overstated, and Super Teacher Worksheets offers thousands of printable activities including free math worksheets and games to aid children. Mastering these foundational skills allows students to build confidence in their problem-solving abilities and prepares them for more advanced math in middle and high school. Strong math skills are also critical for future academic success in science, technology, and engineering subjects. By developing a deep understanding of basic arithmetic, geometry, and early algebra, students are better equipped to approach complex problems with logical reasoning and analytical thinking. Whether measuring ingredients for a recipe or calculating distances, the math skills learned in elementary school have practical applications throughout life.