### Elementary School Arithmetic Worksheets

These math wizards make arithmetic worksheets for your children. Rather than level specific, these are general math worksheets that can be used by any elementary school student. Just choose the settings that are appropriate for your child.

There are a number of **horizontal math worksheets** in the Kindergarten and First Grade sections of this website, but you can also use the Horizontal fact worksheets at the bottom of this page, so scroll down if you need those. Otherwise, choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, or pick "mixed" for a combination of different problems.

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## Addition WorksheetsTo make addition worksheets for your kids, first select how many problems you would like on a page. The fewer problems there are, the more space they have to show how they work out their answers. Then choose the digits. 0-9 will make a worksheet with just one digit on the top and one on the bottom, whereas choosing Addition 0-999 will have up to three digits on the top and bottom. Finally, check whether you want worksheets with regrouping or not. | |

## Subtraction WorksheetsFirst decide how many problems you want on your subtraction worksheet. Choose six problems if you want to leave room for your kids to show their working out. Then pick the size of the problem, as with the addition wizard above. You can choose single digits, or problems with numbers up to 99 or 999. You can also have your children practice subtraction with regrouping by checking the box. | |

## Multiplication WorksheetsAs with the addition and subtraction worksheets, you can choose how many problems you want to appear on the page. The fewer you choose, the more space there will for showing how each problem is solved. Then choose from one of the six wizards. The bigger the numbers, the more difficult they are! | |

## Division WorksheetsChoose the number of problems you would like your children to do, then decide on the difficulty of each worksheet. You have a choice between division problems that don't leave remainders and those that do. You can also pick the size of the numbers the wizard generates for each problem. | |

## Mixed WorksheetsThis wizard will make math worksheets containing a mix of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems. "Mixed 1" is the easiest and "Mixed 5" is the most difficult. Note that "Mixed 5" is the only option that includes division questions that leave remainders. | |

## Horizontal Fact WorksheetsHere is a list of options for making horizontal math problems instead of vertical ones. These may be more suitable for younger children. You'll find these wizards won't create worksheets quite as difficult as the main wizards do, but they should be sufficient with low elementary kids. | |