Online math worksheet generator?

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  1. newkgteacher

    newkgteacher Rookie

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    Hello,

    I was wondering if you could share the math worksheet generators that you use. I have some parents that are requesting extra practice at home and I just can't keep making them. Of, if you have any recommendations on how to give extra homework, that would be greatly appreciated. Right now, I make my own worksheets but it is extremely time consuming.

    I teach 3rd grade if that information is helpful.

    Thanks
     
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  3. Upsadaisy

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    Www.math-aids.com. I haven't used it because I don't teach k, but it looks good.
     
  4. Sarge

    Sarge Enthusiast

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    There are a few. They all have different features and I use them according to which features I need. For example, some let you chose between horizontal and vertical formats, others don't. Some let you pick one number and use it in every problem, other's don't.

    This is a question that you can get a better answer yourself by trying them out and seeing which one meets your needs.
     
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    www.commoncoresheets.com is a wonderful site - and you can even create custom practice sheets with a mix of different problems on them with the review sheet maker.
     
  7. Backroads

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    Enchantedlearning.com and superteacher.com have some good stuff, but I also like superkids.com if I want to get all nitty-gritty and customizable with the math worksheets.
     
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    math-drills.com is depending on the purpose.
     
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    worksheetworks.com - love it :)

    common core is good also as well as math-drills
     
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    LOVE math-aids.com! You can use it for every grade level!
    I used it last year in Pre-K for addition, telling time, number words, and shape words!
    Took me awhile to figure out how to customize and stuff, but it is AWESOME!
     
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    Superteacher worksheets. It does have a yearly membership though.
     
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  13. applecore

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    I use SuperTeacher as well. And worth the yearly fee. :)

    I supplement some homework assignments for the math area we are working on. There's also a math fact generator that is really helpful too!
     
  14. readingrules12

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    edhelper.com is pretty good for math. I believe it is about $20/year,
     
  15. Backroads

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    On that general note, I always have one or two subscription sites. The decent ones quickly make up for their cost.
     
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    Thanks for the amazing responses everyone. I think I'm going to get a subscription to the Super Teacher website. It looks amazing for only $20 a year.
     

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