cool site for math worksheets

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  1. clarnet73

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    This was sent from our Curriculum and Instruction Director today... looks like some neat stuff you can create! It may have been posted here before, but I don't specifically remember it. ;)

    edit... it would help if I actually included the link!

    http://www.superkids.com/aweb/tools/math/index.shtml
     
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    Thanks for that Clarnet!

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    Thanks, Clarnet. I just made some for my upcoming tutoring sessions.
     
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    This looks great! I"ll be using it a lot in my Special Ed job next year!
     
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    That it neat. I sent the link to other teachers I know.
     
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    That Superkids site is great. I made a similar website for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. It's not nearly as feature-packed as Superkids, but it's easy to use and a bit prettier!

    Sadly self-promotion isn't allowed here, and I'm not allowed to post links either, so I guess you'll have to stick with Superkids! :rolleyes:

    Any other math worksheet generators we could choose from?
     
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    Thank you! I'm sure I'll use this when I get my IS position this year!
     
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    Ah paperheart! I like that Math Worksheet Wizard! Thanks for the link! ;)
     
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    While this suggestion does not make the worksheet for you it is a great tool to get math equations onto a page... MathType ....

    http://www.dessci.com/en/products/mathtype/trial.asp

    This program allows you to, as the name indicates, type math! Since it is not a free program it might not work for everyone as a solution but I know that for math that cannot be "generated" it's an alternative than slice and tape! Though it does have a free 30 day trial so you can test it out before you buy.
     

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