Wednesday, December 14, 2016

This Interactive Age Calculator is Really Amazing!

If you're trying to teach calendar concepts in the classroom, or just looking for an interesting way to figure out when your next few birthdays are going to sneak up on you, then you should definitely check out this amazing age calculator...

What makes this age calculator interesting is that it doesn't just show you chronological age based on your birthday, but it allows you to choose all sorts of other date related events and put those in the context of your birthday. For example, you can see a calendar of past and future presidential election dates and it will give you information about which election in which you'll be eligible to vote. This would be a great classroom activity around election time!

There are also other activities around comparing your birthday to your friends or saving money over time. Overall, this is much more than an age calculator... It's a super age calculator! Check it out!

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Percentage Calculator

Percentages are everywhere you look, and students need to know how to convert a percent to fraction or a fraction to percent readily. A great resource for being understanding how a percentage relates to its corresponding fraction is the percentage calculator at

This percentage calculator allows you to enter either a fraction or a percentage, and it instantly calculates the other value for you. It also shows a pie-chart representation of what the percentage actually represents out of a whole value.

There is a useful section that provides wording for percentages that answer questions like how many parts out of a whole equal a certain percentage or what a particular percentage is out of a number. By experimenting with the values you enter into the percentage calculator and seeing what results, you'll develop a great conceptual understanding of percentages. It's a great tool and a great way to check your answers on percentage worksheets as well!

Friday, February 5, 2016


I recently found a great site for math worksheets,
The site has topics from simple long division worksheets to advanced topics such as pre-algebra worksheets
Here is a list of topics and worksheets that I thought were unique and hard to find:

The site also has a great Fraction Calculator that is very useful.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Money Worksheets from Around the World

These Money Worksheets are great in helping children to count and recognize different money from countries around the world. You can produce money worksheets using coins, bills, or both.

The Money Worksheets for each country are listed in their separate section. These Money Worksheets are from the United States, Australian, Belizean, British, Brazilian, Canadian, Chinese, Egyptian, European Common Union, Japanese, Mexican, and Russian.

These Money Worksheets are free to download, easy to use, and very flexible. These Money Worksheets are randomly generated so when you request one it will be different every time.

These Money Worksheets are a great resource for children in Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Kindergarten Worksheets for Teachers and Homeschoolers

These Kindergarten Worksheets are perfect working with children in their early education. Shape recognizition, patterning, writing numerals, adding and subtracting with shapes and dots, counting by filling in the missing numbers, or count the objects in a group. These are great resources for teachers, home schoolers, moms, dads, and children looking for actitives re-enforcing the early learning subjects of pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and 1st grade.

Here is a list of all of the worksheets available in the Kindergarten section.

Number Recognition Lesson Plan
Shape Recognition Lesson Plan
Color the Shapes
Writing Numbers
Place Values Practice
Biggest and Smallest
Greater Than Less Than
Connect the Dots
Match Numbers to Objects
Match Numbers to Their Names
Match Shapes to Their Names
Match US Currency to Their Names
Objects and Numbers
Count How Many
Count the Number of Talley Marks
Counting Coins
Skip Counting
Fill in the Missing Numbers
Complete the Series
Complete the Pattern
Adding Shapes
Adding with Dots
Subtracting Shapes
Subtracting with Dots

All kindergarten worksheets are produced randomly and will not repeat.

If you need a more detailed description of these Kindergarten Worksheets just scroll down to the detailed area or click on the quick link to be taken to that Kindergarten Worksheet.

These Kindergarten Worksheets are a great resource for children in Pre- Kindergarten, Kindergarten and, 1st Grade.

Math-Aids.Com Website

Math-Aids.Com is a free resource for teachers and parents. You can make an unlimited number of printable math worksheets for children, the classroom or homework practice. The flexibility of the worksheet generators and the text book quality of the worksheet being generated, makes Math-Aids.Com a very unique resource on the internet for people wanting to create and use Math Worksheets. The answer key is included with each math worksheet as it is created. The worksheets are randomly generated so when you request one it will be different every time. Each math topic has several different
types of math problems so you may choose which area to focus on in that subject.

We currently have Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Money, Telling Time, Fractions, Factors, Kindergarten, Greater Than Less Than, Place Value, Rounding, PEMDAS, Graphing, Radicals, Exponents, Mean Mode Median and Ratios Worksheets. We are adding to the site every day so visit us often. We will be glad to custom design a Worksheet to meet your Lesson Planning needs. Just drop us a line we will be happy to assist you.

Teachers and Home Schoolers use the math worksheets on this website to measure the childrens' mastery of basic math skills, give extra practice, and save precious planning time.

Parents use the math worksheets on this website to give their children extra practice with essential math skills. Using the math worksheets over breaks and during the summer will allow children to stay sharp and get ready for the upcoming school term.