Welcome to the Math Salamanders' Fun Math Worksheets.
There are lots of fun things you can do with math, from doing math coloring sheets to solving puzzles and playing games!
Here you will find a range of different math coloring sheets, math puzzle worksheets and other fun math activities to help you learn to apply your math facts to solve a range of puzzles and problems.
Looking for some interesting and fun worksheets to try?
Looking for some fun math challenges to solve?
Look no further! The pages you need are below!
Here is our selection of fun math worksheets from kindergarten to 5th grade.
Each worksheet comes complete with instructions and answers where applicable.
Included in this page are links to a range of math activities from 1st grade to 5th grade.
One way to test understanding and challenge learning is to use math puzzles. The puzzles below will test children's learning in a different sort of context, developing problem solving and thinking skills along the way.
If children can apply their knowledge to solve puzzles, then they have really understood the concepts.
Using puzzles is also a much more fun way of exploring the world of math!
Using Math tricks can engage and stimulate students in a way which worksheets often cannot.
On this page are a selection of number tricks, geometry tricks and other tricks that you can use to amaze your class, or give your child something to show off to his or her friends.
All the tricks come in a printer friendly format so that you can print them out and use them later.
Here is a selection of fun addition worksheets for your child to enjoy.
You will find a range of addition sheets from coloring sheets to code-breaking sheets to help your child learn their adding facts.
Using these fun math worksheets will help to develop and consolidate your child's addition and subtraction fact recall.
Here is our selection of fun multiplication worksheets up to 10x10.
You will find a range of different multiplication and division sheets from coloring sheets to code-breaking sheets to help your child learn their times table facts.
Using these fun math worksheets will support your child with learning their multiplication table and corresponding division facts.
Here you will find a range of fun calculator activities to help your child get to grips and understand a range of mathematical concepts.
Calculators tend to be an underused and undervalued resource when teaching children about maths. The activities below will help children explore and understand mathematical concepts and enrich the learning for your child.
Here you will find a range of fun math riddles that will entertain and occupy your child.
Each riddle is a mathematical problem that will hopefully prove both stimulating and interesting. Using riddles is a really good way to explore mathematical ideas and concepts in a fun way!
There are riddle pages available for both numbers and geometry.
Using these riddles will help your child to:
We have a range of magic square puzzles for kids to solve, suitable from 1st grade and upwards.
Most of the sheets involve finding the missing numbers to create a magic square.
Our magic square sheets include:
We have created quite a few different fun math worksheets with a seasonal theme for events such as Halloween, Easter and Christmas.
There are a range of fun puzzles, challenges and wordsearch activities to do.
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The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.
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