*By Michael Hartley*

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**Times Tables Board Game**is

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On this page, you'll find links to all the free printable **math worksheets** I've added to this site over the years. Although my main aim is games, occasionally it's seemed natural to add a worksheet or two to the mix. Check out the list below, or explore the rest of the site to see what other resources there are...

While some of the worksheets below are traditional "solve these math questions" worksheets, others are much more interesting - you could almost call them puzzles or even solo games! So, while you're browsing the list below, I'm sure you have some particular math topic in mind - but don't forget to click through to any other worksheets that catch your eye!

And if you've never tried a math game on your kids, do spend some time exploring the menus on the right, and see if a math game does something for your child's math skills that worksheets have never managed to do...

**Alice Oglesby's Cross-Number Puzzle**is actually a crossword puzzle - but the clues are all arithmetic sums. How is that possible? Once you've worked out each sum on a calculator, you turn your calculator upside down, and each number becomes a letter. You can download and print Alice's puzzle, solve it, and then make your own upside-down calculator cross-number puzzle with the help of the long lists of calculator words linked from

**the puzzle page**.

**Common Denominator Worksheets**provide plenty of opportunity to practice putting fractions over a common denominator. Each worksheet prints out onto one page, and there are 50 worksheets total.

**Common Denominator Worksheets**provide plenty of opportunity to practice putting fractions over a common denominator. Each worksheet prints out onto one page, and there are 50 worksheets total.

**Magic Hexagon Worksheet**is just like a magic square worksheet - students need the same set of skills to solve each one - the difference is that most students will never have seen a magic hexagon before. This website has a Magic Hexagon Worksheet Generator that lets you generate randomized magic hexagon worksheets

*with the answer key*. The worksheet will be different each time you come back to this site, so you know there's no way for students to drop by themselves and cheat by downloading their own answer key.

**graph paper to download and print**for the

**archimedean tilings (tesselations)**. There are eight different ways to fill a plane with a symmetrical pattern of regular polygons, some different, but all corners identical. This page explains what they all are, and provides links to pdfs you can print out and color in any pattern you like. You can download these beautiful tesselations in a variety of sizes, from 1/24 inches or 1mm to 1 inch or 1cm. Let me know how you plan to use them!

**Try it**!

**Printable Space Birthday Worksheets**lets you calculate how many years old you'd be if you were born on Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn or Uranus. This site also has an

**Online Space Birthday Calculator**, but the printable worksheets may be more useful in a classroom context.

**Try it**!

**Sight Number**exercises, inspired by "Salisbury Sight Words", are designed to help your kids memorise their addition, subtraction and multiplication tables in the optimal way.

**Practice Multiplying Or Dividing By Ten, Hundred or a Thousand?**This worksheet generator lets you create as many practice questions as you like for manipulating powers of 10. Create easy or difficult worksheets, long or short ones, or even create individual worksheets for each member of your classroom to prevent copying...

**Fraction Division Worksheets**provided on this website. Like the other fractions worksheets on this site, the fraction division worksheets are grouped into five different difficulty levels, with 10 worksheets in each level. Each worksheet has 10 questions. This is more than enough practice to make anyone a fraction division expert.

**Math Mazes**are good for puzzle-loving kids as they learn their 7 and 8 times tables. They may look like ordinary mazes, but knowing your times table will help you reach your goal!

**Adding Fractions Worksheets**Page has links to dozens and dozens of practice questions for fraction addition. Each worksheet prints onto a single page

**This Challenging Math Puzzle**you have to place the numbers one through eight in a grid, such that no two neighboring squares have consecutive numbers. It's possible to solve, but it can be quite tough. I've seen 4th graders baffle away for weeks at this puzzle, but its 5th grade and 6th grade kids who seem to have a more realistic chance to solve it. Enjoy!

**Telling the Time?**Follow the link here and you'll find a clock reading worksheet generator. Each worksheet has solutions provided, and is individually created for you and not saved on the server. You can choose what time reading skill you want the kids to practice, including reading digital or analog time, or analog clock faces. You can create a worksheets with times like 8:52 or 12:03, or just o'clocks, or anything in between.

**Grab some worksheets now!**

**2 to 9 Makes 16 Puzzle**, you need to arrange the numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 into the grid shown, so that each outer row and column adds up to sixteen. On the puzzle page I've provided a printable downloadable puzzle sheet so you can try the puzzle out on your class, friends, family or colleagues. Grab it now, and get puzzled!

**timetable worksheets**will give your child practice reading timetables, schedules, itineraries and the like.

**Easter Date Worksheets**allow a child to compute the date of Easter Sunday in any year at all, with no math more complex than long division. Alternatively, try younger kids on the simpler versions of the worksheets - fewer calculations, smaller numbers, but they only work in certain centuries.

**The worksheets on this page**give a child practice both counting and recognizing printed numbers. The kid is supposed to read a printed number, then draw the correct number of objects in the space provided.

**Simplifying Fractions Worksheets**have hundreds of simplifying fractions questions to try. There are a variety of levels of difficulty to choose from. This should be all the worksheets you'll ever need!

**Fraction Multiplication Worksheets?**This page has hundreds of fraction multiplication practice questions sorted into worksheets fo 10 questions each. More than enough practice questions for almost any math student to learn fractio multiplication.

**Magic Square Puzzle Worksheets**on this site. Almost 40 magic square puzzles to try, as well as ideas for how to use it in a classroom. Good for grade 3 and up.

**Number Mazes**you need to find a path across a grid of numbers, stepping only vertically or horizontally each step. The tricky part is that you have to make sure the total of the numbers you pass is correct! You can download a set of easy 3x3 mazes, or harder 4x3 mazes, or really tough 5x3 or 4x4 mazes. Each time you visit the page you'll get new sets of mazes, uniquely generated for you. You might find a calculator handy to check the totals as you try and try and try again!

**addition and subtraction worksheets**is especially designed as a learning tool, not just a revision exercise. The sums are ordered so that the child working through them will discover for themselves the relationship between addition and subtraction, and other important points. There are some plain vanilla revision worksheets too!

**Interval Of Time Worksheets**here - as many as you need, all different if you like. This worksheet generator allows you to create randomized worksheets, but still bookmark a particular worksheet (and its solutions) so that you can come back to it later. The worksheets cover adding or subtracting an amount of time to a particular time of day, or finding the time interval between two times of day.

**April Fool's Date Calculator**worksheet lets kids calculate the date of April Fools Day for any year. It works like the

**Easter Date Worksheet**- write the year in a box in the worksheet, copy numbers along arrows, and the date of April Fools appears at the end! Ok, in all seriousness - the real educational value in this worksheet - besides arithmetic practice - is to make kids wonder how on earth the worksheet manages to get the

**right date for April Fool's Day**every time.

**Equivalent Fractions Worksheets**to give math students practice checking whether fractions are equivalent or not.

**Subtraction Fractions Worksheets**page has links to all the fraction subtraction worksheets you'll need. Bookmark it and come back when you need more.

Well, that's all for now! Don't forget that this site has many more games and resources than those listed here. Use the menus to explore around and find what you want...

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