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Free Math Worksheet Websites

Updated on February 7, 2015

Make Your Own Math Sheets

I am sharing with you what I feel are the best websites out there for making your own math worksheets for struggling students. I use them almost exclusively. Each one has it's own special choices. With these websites you can custom make a workshhet for each and every student targeting their own personal problem area. You are able to choose difficulty level as well as number level and how many problems you wish to appear on each page. When you have a classroom that contains many different levels and issues they are a blessing to have assessablity to. And the best part is - they are free.

Source - Make your own math worksheets for free. On this website you can select the type of problem, the maximum and minimum numbers to be used in the problem, the number of problems you wish to have on the page, the difficulty level you need, and just push a button. Voila! Up pops a math sheet created by you to fulfill the need of the child it is intended for. What could be easier?

Types of problems available:

  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Mixed Addition and Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Order of Operations
  • Fractions
  • Percentages
  • Greater than/Less than
  • Odd or Even
  • Rounding
  • Averages
  • Exponents
  • Factionals
  • Is it time?
  • Telling time - This webstie gives you the ability to customize every work sheet you create to target the specific needs of your child or student. You have the option of selecting the type of problems as well as the number level and specific individualized math level.

Types of problems available to choose from:

  • Addition - single digit, horizontal single digit, verticle single digit, multiple digit and 5 minute drill.
  • Subtraction - single digit, horizontal digit, verticle single digit, multiple digit, and 5 minute drill
  • Multiplication - single digit, horizontal digit, verticle digit, and 5 minute drill
  • Division - single digit, horizontal long division, 5 minute drill
  • Mixed problesm
  • Fractions- - Least common multiple, reduced to lowest terms
  • Measurements - reading a tape measure
  • Graphing - number lines, coordinate plane
  • Tellin time
  • One hundred chart

Types of problems available:

  • addition
  • subtraction
  • multiplication
  • division
  • addition/subtraction
  • multiplication/division
  • mixed
  • addition (missing)
  • subtraction (missing)
  • multiplication (missing)
  • division (missing)
  • greater than/less than


  • include name/date/score field
  • don't allow answers of -1,0 or 1
  • generate numbers with two decimals
  • jumbo space for working solution
  • no negative results for subtraction
  • number problems 1 to __
  • display problems horizontally

Number ranges

  • minimum range
  • maximum range
  • answer range

Row layout

  • number of rows
  • problems per row


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      CASE1WORKER 6 years ago from UNITED KINGDOM


      having one child who does not do maths i shall pass these links on to the child who does do maths!

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      Susan Haze 6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Thanks, CASE1WORKER. These sites are good for those who don't like math as well as those who do. Thanks for visiting.

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      Rebecca E. 6 years ago from Canada

      as always another excelelnt hub I will be heading off to look at these sites, keep these coming.

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      Susan Haze 6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Thanks, Rebecca. It's so hard to find worksheets specifically for certain math problem areas that when I found these sites I was thrilled. Now when I give homework I can give each child their own personal page of torture (just kidding). Believe it or not, I've seen a slight upward swing in the grades of most of the kids in math since I began using the make-you-own-math-sheet sites. It can only help.

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      Tammy 6 years ago from USA

      I wish I had these sites when I was homeschooling my children. Great information! Thanks for sharing it. I will have to pass this on to my siblings.

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      Susan Haze 6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      tipoague, I wish they had had them too. But when my girls were in school computers were a lot larger and harder to come by. There are a great collection of math papers to choose from that are terrific. I used these sites all the time for my students.

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      Anamika Sinha 5 years ago is another good and free website for generating printable and online Math worksheets.

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      Susan Haze 5 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Anamika, thanks for the tip. I will definitely be checking out the sight.

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