Printable math worksheets for Preschool through High School grade levels.

#### This is the largest collection of free math worksheets complete with answer keys. We have just over 18,000 printable pages just in this section alone. If there is any other free site that is remotely close, we haven't seen it. We start with topics as simple as basic counting and advance to high level trigonometry. We expect to have a fully functional college and business math section soon. Print all the worksheets that are found below to help you with your classes. The universal language and the main tool we use to understand more about the universe around us. Our math worksheets are focused for Preschool through High School grade levels of mathematics.

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Students start by adding visual sums, we also get a jump from using number lines to really help it sink in. This helps them progress towards single, double, and triple digit addition.

This section helps students quickly see how these operations complement and cancel one another out. We also look at how to determine missing operators.

## Algebra

This is a humongous section of our site. We have basic to very complex algebra worksheets available. You will also find algebraic representations and the transition from algebraic to linear systems available here.

## Area and Perimeter

Find these measures on all types of different shapes. We also open you up to a wide range of critical thinking and real-world problems.

## Complex Numbers

These values are created when you combine a real number with an imaginary number.

## Connect the Dots

A great way to help students have a positive experience with natural numbers. Not to mention it really helps their counting and sequence skills.

## Counting

Great for practice, but we offer a few counting puzzles that will really interest students.

## Decimals

These are some of our most popular lessons because we offer a step-by-step approach from introducing decimals to using them in large scale operations.

## Division

These worksheets do a great job of explaining remainders to students. We approach it as a form of repeated subtraction.

## Equations

We look at all aspects of the using and solving of equations. Learn how to write your own to mirror a situation.

## Estimation

We explore how this should not be considered guessing. It is more about being as accurate as possible.

## Exponents

We show students how to use them in the process of operations and the concept of negative and positive values.

## Expressions

Learn how to write your own expression to help you solve word problems. You will learn how to evaluate, simplifying, and compound expressions.

## Factoring

We learn the applications of factors and how perform prime factorization. You will also learn how to rewrite values by using factoring.

## Fractions

One of largest categories. The work ranges from very simple modeling with fractions, equivalent values, and then advances to complex used of mixed numbers.

## Functions

This series of worksheets models functions on graphs and teaches you to recognize and evaluate functions.

## Geometry

This covers the complete curriculum in middle school and high school. We kind of go a bit overboard on angles in this section.

## Graphing

We help you learn to create, read, and interpret all major form of graphs including: bar, coordinate, frequency tables, histograms, line graphs, line plots, picture graphs, pie (circle), scatterplots, steam and leaf, and tally charts.

## Greater Than Less Than

Learn how to compare all types of different values and notate it.

## Inequalities

Learn how to use an inequality to model and predict outcomes to common problem you come across.

## Integers

This is an awesome section with all kinds of different uses of integers from labelling them to understanding their value prior to throwing them through a math operation.

## Kindergarten Math

All these sheets are grade leveled and can be used for practice or outright teaching.

## Logarithms

This will help learn to convert values, find unknowns, and use logarithmic functions.

## Logic

We look at all the major uses of this form of math including conditionals, conjunctions, disjunctions, converse, inverse, truth values, and interpreting Venn diagrams.

## Math Centers

We give you an overwhelming number of ideas for math centers with your students at all grade levels.

## Math Organizers

A whole bunch of printable sheets that make your workflows through problems easier and better organized.

## Math Puzzles

This is a fun way to review all different types of math skills.

## Matrices

Learn how to find determinants and basic operations across matrices.

## Measurement

We cover just about everything unit conversion, the metric system, measurement standards, the tools of measurement and how to read them.

## Mixed Operations

Review all basic math operations.

## Money Math

How do you count dollars and coins? How do you calculate interest? How do you convert values of money?

## Multiplication

We introduce the basic concept and present it as repeated addition. We expand to performing long multiplication.

## Numbers Lines

These are great for explaining complex math concepts.

## Order of Operations

Which operations comes first, second, and last in a string of operations?

## Patterns

Learn how to find patterns in colors and shapes. We then apply this to patterns in math sequences.

## Percentages

We look at how to easily convert between fractions, decimals, and percentages. We also apply this to percentage of change and of numbers.

## Pi Day

On March 14th (Get it? 3-14) we celebrate what pi has done for us when it comes to circle geometry.

## Place Value

Learn all the main place values that are commonly used in math and how to convert between expanded and standard forms of values.

## Polynomials

We look at how to perform basic operations between them and how to graph and apply them to word problems.

## Preschool Math

The basics you would find at this level in any major curriculum.

## Properties of Numbers

You remember these guys associative, commutative, and distributive. We also look at the division principle.

What are they? A look at the components and how to solve them algebraically and graphically.

## Ratios and Proportions

This is a surprisingly long section that is dedicated to finding equivalents and compare ratios. We also look at trigonometric ratios.

## Rounding

Learn how to properly round values to help you make valid estimates.

## Statistics and Probability

This is a full blow section that includes all forms of analyzing data and calculating probabilities and likelihoods of events.

## Subtraction

Teachers love this section! We house about 200 different subtraction worksheets here.

## Time

Learn how to tell time on an analogy clock, how to use a calendar, and perform arithmetic with time.

## Trigonometry

Learn how to apply trigonometry to all types of real-world situations.

## Word Problems

I consider this section to be what math is all about solving problems that require you to truly understand how math is useful.