# All Math Problems

Check out our collection of fun, free math problems for kids! From addition to fractions, decimals to percentage, you can find a wide array of math problems right here.

### Tens, Ones, and More!

What if your child could be taught place value with the help of diagrams? Adopt the easiest way to introduce kindergarten kids to place value ... See more

### Slotting Numbers

Helping kids learn place value with boxes lined up in columns of tens and single numbers is a great way to start their math. See more

### Place Value in Millions

This free printable worksheet on place value will come to the kids’ rescue! Learn to express simple and complex numbers ...See more

### Learning Place Value with a Chart

How about downloading a place value chart and hanging it from your class soft board for the students to have a look whenever they feel like? See more

### Count My Age!

When kids are done with practicing beginners’ level place value worksheets, they can move to a worksheet like this one where they got to count... See more

### Complexly Placed Values

Students will have to write numbers to the hundred thousand places in standard form and expanded notations in ‘Complexly Placed Values’.See more

### A Number of Fruits

‘A Number of Fruits’ is a fun way to explain to kids that 2 more than are equal to the result of 40 and 2! Place value is a great teaching tool ... See more

‘Add Up Places’ is a disguised place value worksheet! After practicing plenty of simple, introductory place value worksheets ...See more

### Missing Place Value

‘Missing Place Value’ is an intermediate place value worksheet that is a conglomeration of three actions – identifying place values ...See more

### Place Values and More

After introducing place value to kids with ‘Tens and Ones Places’ and practicing a little bit of it with ‘free math worksheet' ...See more

### Right Value of Place

‘Right Value of Place’ will be a joyride for the little ones who have just been introduced to the concept of place value.See more

### Tens and Ones Places

‘Tens and Ones Places’ is the perfect place value worksheet to introduce kids to the concept. Simplistically developed,...See more

### Caught in the Web

Second graders use their subtraction skills to help Spider Maestro distinguish between the spiders in his orchestra in this fun subtraction worksheet, “Caught in the Web”. See more

### Challenge! Construct Angles

Drawing angles is easy-peasy when you have a protractor, but it is also possible to draw angles without one. Challenge yourself to try and construct the angles in this worksheet without a protractor. See more

### Beautiful Butterflies

In this math worksheet, students practice adding and subtracting to balance equations as they put each of the beautiful butterflies in their right places. See more

### Boat Ride

In this math worksheet, students must figure out how many glasses of orange juice, grapefruit juice and apple juice to fetch for the passengers on the ferry. See more

### Broken Glass

When the king ordered for cut glass triangles, he didn’t mean for them to be broken! Unfortunately, now only a skilled multiplier can help put the broken pieces together again. Do you think you’re up to the task? See more

### A Penny for Your Name

With values for each letter, students add the values of the letters in their names to find out whose name is the most valuable. See more

### Angles of Polygons

"Angles of Polygons” is a simple yet comprehensive worksheet that familiarizes sixth graders with the formula used to determine the sum of the angles of a polygon. See more

### Area of Parallelograms

Do your students find geometry formulae difficult to remember? Well that’s sure to change with this geometry worksheet, “Area of Parallelograms”. See more

### Area of Trapezoids

This simple geometry worksheet will help your students understand how the formula for the area of a trapezoid is derived. See more

### Area of Triangles

One of the earliest geometry formulae learnt is that for the area of a triangle. Help your young learner arrive at the formula herself with this simple geometry worksheet for kids. See more

### Bag of Beans

“Bag of Beans” is a fun math worksheet that will have your students competing to complete subtraction problems. See more

### Bug Capture

Bug Capture is an addition game based on luck. Players roll two dice and add up the total, trying to get the right sum in each round. This game is perfect for practicing mental math. See more

### Chain of Clues

In Chain of Clues, players must read the clues on each other’s shirts and figure out the answer to each one, collecting signatures as they solve the clues. There’s a lot of addition and subtraction involved, making this game great for practicing mental math. See more

### Highway 99

Give kids some math practice by having them solve addition problems in ‘Highway 99’, our fun math activity for 1st graders. See more

### Frankie Goes Shopping

Teach first graders to solve double-digit addition problems with ‘Frankie Goes Shopping’, a fun math activity for kids! See more

### Even or Odd

Even or Odd is a fun printable card game, great for practicing mental math, addition and/or subtraction. See more

### What's for Dinner?

Solve our ‘What’s For Dinner?’ subtraction worksheet to find out what the Martians have cooked for dinner! See more

### Target 50

Target 50 is a challenging math game that can be used to help kids develop their problem solving skills, addition and subtraction skills and mental math skills. See more

### Frankie's Bingo Fun

Engage first graders with a fun math activity and have them solve simple subtraction problems with ‘Frankie’s Bingo Fun’! See more

### Subtraction Stories

Help kids solve subtraction problems with ‘Subtraction Stories’, a fun math activity for first graders! See more

### King and Queen Drop the Beans

Give second graders some math practice and help them solve addition and subtraction problems with our fun math activity ‘King and Queen Drop the Beans’! See more

### Number Patterns

Number Patterns is an activity that teachers can use to help their students understand multiplication better. The activity is about products and how they are related to each other. See more

### As I Was Going

Silly rhymes, funny drawings and lots of laughter – who would think this was a math activity? Students need to use their logical thinking and multiplication skills to solve the multiplication problems in this fun printable activity. See more

### The Princess Counts by 2's and 5's

Help 3rd graders get better at solving multiplication problems with our fun math activity ‘The Princess Counts by 2’s and 5’s’. See more

### Star Count

Teach kids multiplication with our fun math activity for 2nd and 3rd graders ‘Star Count’. Solving multiplication problems won’t be a problem anymore! See more

### Lattice Multiplication

Teach kids to solve multiplication problems using lattices with our fun ‘Lattice Multiplication’ worksheet! See more

### Hot Potato

Help kids sharpen their mental math skills with ‘Hot Potato’. This fun math activity has fun multiplication and division problems that 3rd graders have to do mentally. See more

### Sapphires and Rubies

See how well kids can solve division problems with ‘Sapphires and Rubies’, a fun math activity for fourth graders! See more

### Divide and Conquer

Divide and Conquer is a math activity where groups of students compete to capture the highest number of states in America. And how do they capture them? By dividing, of course. See more

### Dividend Challenge

Dividend Challenge is a fun game where students compete with each other to name as many division facts as possible to go with each dividend, drawn from a box. A couple of games will soon have your students solving division problems with ease! See more

### Beat the Calculator

Get kids to solve division problems fast and sharpen their mental math skills with our fun ‘Beat the Calculator’ math activity! See more

### Sum Rocky Solutions

In Sum Rocky Solutions, kids solve the sums on the rocks so that the princess allows CJ and Edison to use them to practice on their catapult. Some of the addition problems may need regrouping. See more