The Math Facts Worksheet Generator allows you to use Microsoft Word to create an unlimited number of worksheets—with answer keys—for individual or mixed operations:
1. Addition Facts
2. Subtraction Facts
3. Addition and Subtraction Mixed
4. Multiplication Facts
5. Division Facts
6. Multiplication and Division Mixed
7. All Operations Mixed
For each category, you can choose:
• the number of problems (up to 100),
• the worksheet "quiz number" to keep track of worksheets and answer keys,
• the number range for the first and second numbers in each problem, including negative integers.
By adjusting the options, you can generate an unlimited number of different worksheets. Possibilities include:
• a first grade basic addition facts worksheet that focuses on all basic facts (2's to 9's) or just a single number (always adding 3 to other numbers)
• a third grade multiplication facts worksheet that practices from 2 x 2 up to 12 x 12
• a multiplication facts worksheet that only practices one number (ex. 7 x 2, 7 x 3, 7 x 4, etc.)
• a division facts worksheet
• a junior high basic integers worksheet for adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing positive and negative numbers
The possibilities are endless.
All worksheets automatically create an answer sheet following the worksheet. You can easily print out both or save them in Microsoft Word.
1. Open the file. If you are prompted, enable the content of the file (see note below)
2. Give the worksheet a "quiz number" if desired (optional)
3. Choose the number of worksheet questions (up to 100)
4. Choose the operation (addition, subtraction, etc.)
5. Choose the ranges for the first and second numbers. For example, for a traditional multiplication facts worksheet, you could have a range from 2 to 12 for both the first and second number. This would include problems from "2 x 2" up to "12 x 12". Alternatively, if you wanted to focus on just the 7's, you can type 7 in BOTH the "From" and "To" boxes for the first number, and then include the range of 2 to 12 for the second number. This would give you problems from "7 x 2" up to "7 x 12". To practice integers, you can give a range that starts or ends with a negative number.
6. For subtraction (or any mix that includes subtraction), mark the check box if you want to include questions with possible negative answers.
7. For ranges that include negative numbers, mark the check box if you want to exclude zero from being one of the two numbers in a problem.
8. Click "OK"
9. The worksheet and answer key are generated, ready for printing or saving.
NOTE: You must enable the macros in this template for the generator to work properly. If you add the template to a "Trusted Location," the security warning will not come up each time.