Mathworksheets4kids.com was launched in 2009 with about 500 worksheets to start with. Today, we are proud to have more than 35,000+ worksheets on our website. We upload a substantial number of worksheets every week thereby providing our services to millions of visitors every day.
Our users are mostly educators, tutors, parents, and children. The worksheets can be browsed either by topics or by grades, thus making navigation effortless and our website user-friendly.
We are a dedicated team of scholars and teachers strongly committed toward creating math worksheets for children. The prime focus of our website is to assist students in honing their math skills.
Our specialty lies in designing worksheets with fun graphics and colorful themes that sustain the interest of children. We have separate teams to develop, design, and test the learning content. Also, a thorough quality check is done on the content to make sure that our service is trustworthy. We strive hard to produce the best-quality math worksheets possible.
Our worksheets cater to the needs of children from kindergarten through grade 8. We offer a variety of printable worksheets on various areas of math like algebra, measurement, geometry, and statistics. We have organized worksheets for all the topics based on various levels of difficulty. An answer key is provided at the end of each worksheet for a quick reference.
We also have a few topics included for practice which addresses the needs of high-school students. This includes word problems that would enhance critical thinking as well.
Apart from creating worksheets, we work on unique colorful study charts for every topic covered. These charts can be displayed in classrooms and study rooms which will help in the reinforcement of the topics learnt.
We are more than glad to receive feedback and suggestions from our users. We take their suggestions into serious consideration and ensure that they are implemented in the upcoming worksheets.
Our purpose is to kindle a passion for math and ignite young minds which is beautifully encapsulated by S. Gudder, thus:
"The essence of mathematics is not to make simple things complicated, but to make complicated things simple."