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Print Math Facts Worksheets

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication Facts

Practice makes perfect, so this page allows you to print out worksheets with random math problems. Each page will have 99 random equations that you pick the parameters. You can print up to 50 unique pages of equations at a time. No two pages will be the same. What I like to do is print on both sides of the page, then, cut the page into 3 sections with 3 rows in each section. That is 33 calculations, so I call it a math record (after the 33 1/3 revolutions per minute of a standard record). But, in fact, it is actually 66 math problems for your child to solve. You can put addition facts on one side and subtraction on the other, or make the whole thing one type of problem for extra reinforcement.

My son is just now learning multiplication, so I will be adding division soon. The division calculations will be just like the other math practice options.

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Print Addition Worksheets


Print out addition problem worksheets. You can print out worksheets with numbers from 0 to 99. The difference between the two numbers must be at least 2.
What is the smallest number you want to use (0 - 97)
What is the largest number you want to use (2 - 99)
How many DIFFERENT pages do you want to print (50 max.) ?



Print Addition Worksheets 2


Print out addition calculations. Choose the range of numbers you want to use for the top number and the range of numbers you want to use for the bottom number. Then, we will create random addition computations within that range.
Top number:(0-99)lowest number possible: highest possible number:
Bottom number:(0-97)lowest number possible: highest possible number:
How many DIFFERENT pages do you want to print (50 max.) ?



Print Subtraction Worksheets


Print out subtraction calculations. Choose the range of numbers you want to use for the minuend and the range of numbers you want to use for the subtrahend. Then, we will create random subtraction computations within that range. Note: No equations will be printd which equal zero.
Minuend or top number:(0-99)lowest number possible: highest possible number:
Subtrahend or bottom number:(0-97)lowest number possible: highest possible number:
How many DIFFERENT pages do you want to print (50 max.) ?



Print Multiplication Worksheets


Print out multiplication equations. You can print out worksheets with numbers from 0 to 99. The difference between the maximum and minimum numbers must be at least 1.
What is the smallest number you want to use (0 - 98)
What is the largest number you want to use (1 - 99)
How many DIFFERENT pages do you want to print (50 max.) ?



Print Multiplication Tables


Print out multiplication tables. You can print out randomly ordered multiplication tables for choosen factors. The bottom number will have multiplication equations for each number in the range you specify.
For example, a range of 1-4 for the number 4 would randomly generate:

What range do you want for the top number or multiplicand: to
Create tables for these numbers (they will be the bottom number):
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12
How many DIFFERENT pages do you want to print (50 max.)?



Print Division Tables


Print out division tables. You can print out randomly ordered division tables for choosen factors. The table will have division equations for each number in the range you specify.

For example, a range of 1-5 for the number 2 table would randomly generate:

What range do you want for the answer or quotient (maximum 1-12): to
Remember: you won't see this number - it will be the quotient

Create tables for these numbers (they will be the bottom number):
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12
How many DIFFERENT pages do you want to print (50 max.)?





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