These activity sheets give your students a review of basic one- and two-digit mathematical operations.

If you want to be perfect at doing math, the first thing that you need to make sure of is to practice, practice, and practice. As we grow older, we realize that mathematics is not simple; there are lots of techniques and formulas involved in solving questions. And to make sure that you do not forget these techniques and formulas, you need to practice to such an extent that you learn them by heart. If you are struggling with keeping your math operation skills sharp, here is what you need to do: Understand the concept - You can keep practicing, but you won't know what you are doing until you are aware of the underlying concepts. Meaning you should be aware that you understand why you are using math operation skills in the specific problem or why does the question require addition instead of the other three operations. Learn new concepts and practice problems - Getting towards solving the problem without having a look at what the problem is stating creates confusion. The best strategy to adopt is to understand what you are doing, clarifying a concept, and paying attention to what you are doing is important. Solving extra problems - Extra practice is always good. Make sure that you save some time from your day to practice extra questions that will help in sharpening your operation skills.

Math can be really fun sometimes, I mean it. Did you know that if you have a group of twenty-three people, there is a greater than fifty-percent chance that two people in the group have the same birthday (month and day)? Did you know that you can cut a cake into eight pieces with just three cuts? You would make two vertical cuts and one horizontal cut. Now let us get back to the nuts and bolts of math with our mixed operation sheets. These worksheets allow students to practice their basic math skills for one- and two-digit numbers. Questions include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and range from beginner to intermediate.

Math Operations Review Worksheets

Double Digit Mixed Operations Worksheet

Students will work all four math operations with single and double digit numbers. Ten problems are provided.

Practice

Students will practice their basic math skills for two-digit numbers. Ten problems are provided.

Drill

More work with these math operations. Ten problems are provided.

Single Digit Mixed Operations Worksheet

You may add, subtract, multiply, of divide, but this is all done to single digit values. Ten problems are provided.

Practice

We put those same math operations with much large values. Ten problems are provided.

Drill

Get some more work in with problems at this level. Ten problems are provided.

3 and 4-Digit Mixed Operations Worksheet

Students will use all 4 math operations for 3 and 4-digit numbers. Ten problems are provided.

Practice

Get to work on these problems that have some pretty hefty values. Ten problems are provided.

Drill

One last series of problems for you to work on this skill and concepts with. Ten problems are provided.

Make the Number 12 Worksheet

Students will make the number in the circle. They will use three forms of addition and three forms of subtraction.

Make the Number 24 Worksheet

We work on math operations that make how many hours it takes the earth to rotate on it's axis..

Make the Number 20 Worksheet

Students will make the number in the circle. They will use three forms of addition and three forms of subtraction.

Make the Number 36 Worksheet

Uses different sums and differences to make the value 36.

Make the Number 18 Worksheet

Group 18 on the Periodic Table of Elements is the Noble Gas Group.

Make the Number 40 Worksheet

You know the old saying "Life begins at 40."

Make the Number 48 Worksheet

This is the total number of minutes played in a standard NBA Basketball game.

Make the Number 50 Worksheet

This is the speed Keanu Reeves could go over in the movie Speed.

Make the Number 44 Worksheet

This was the agent number that often met with Maxwell Smart in the TV show Get Smart.

Make the Number 28 Worksheet

28 is one of the only unassigned country numbers for International calls.

Make the Number 60 Worksheet

This is the highest value (Triple 20s) a single dart throw can earn you.

Make the Number 70 Worksheet

In the Olympics, archers shoot at targets that are 70 meter away.

Make the Number 72 Worksheet

72 is the number of spaces from Start to Home in the game of Parcheesi.

Make the Number 84 Worksheet

This the atomic number of a radioactive isotope of polonium.

Make the Number 98 Worksheet

Ever since Wayne Gretzky retired this is the highest jersey number an NHL player is allowed to wear.

Make the Number 88 Worksheet

This is the number of the Monster Energy car in NASCAR.

Make the Number 64 Worksheet

64 is the @ symbol in ASCII code. Where would email be without it?

Make the Number 100 Worksheet

The number of yards between the end zones on a standard American football field.

Make the Number 92 Worksheet

The Texas Instruments number of that old graphing calculator we all learned to love in Geometry.

Make the Number 96 Worksheet

The Interstate number of the famous Michigan freeway.

Multiplication and Division Lesson

This worksheet explains how to write a number in different ways using multiplication and division. A sample problem is solved.

Multiplication and Division Lesson and Practice

Students will review how to use multiplication and division to write a number in different ways. A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

Make Number 6 with Multiplication and Division Worksheet

Students will make the number in the circle. They will use three forms of multiplication and three forms of division.

Make Number 9 with Multiplication and Division Worksheet

Use products and quotients to make this lucky number for most.

Make Number 8 with Multiplication and Division Worksheet

Make the second magic number that is found in the study of physics.

Make Number 10 with Multiplication and Division Worksheet

10 track and field events make up the Decathlon. This is seen by most to be one of the most challenging events