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Math Resource Studio


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Math Resource Studio

Easily create printable math worksheets and activities for the differentiated classroom with this much-anticipated upgrade to Mathematics Worksheet Factory.

Math Resource Studio combines the same ease-of-use that made Mathematics Worksheet Factory a favorite instructional tool of teachers around the world with greatly improved design flexibility. Now you can go beyond single-page, single-concept math worksheets to multi-page, multi-concept math reviews, learning-packs and workbooks almost effortlessly.

Generate printable math worksheets and activities to provide students with the precise skills development and practice they need as part of a differentiated numeracy program.

Math Resource Studio makes it easy to create differentiated activities to support your lesson objectives and target the learning needs of all of your students. Match the varied skill levels in your classroom with the exact practice required to advance those skills to the next level. And do it in seconds.

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division? Yes. And a whole lot more. With Math Resource Studio you will be able to generate math worksheet activities to cover a diverse range of math areas including:

  • number operations
  • number concepts
  • algebra
  • geometry
  • fractions
  • numeration
  • time
  • money
  • math puzzles
  • ratio and percent
  • measurement
  • and more

A total of more than 70 unique math activities in all. And with the many optional settings for each activity, there are actually hundreds of activity configurations available. Click here for descriptions of all the activities.

"Your new Math Studio is wonderful tool for my class. As I continue to explore it, I find more and more activities for the kids to explore. It allows me to customize my lessons each day, focusing on several concepts on each sheet. As in your last math programs, the children love to see their photos on the pages." - Joe A., San Diego, CA, USA

The Questions You Want Instantly

Address the learning needs of all your students.

Math Resource Studio incorporates a powerful random generation engine. You select the options and the program creates an original set of questions and calculates the answers. This allows for virtually unlimited original worksheets. Of course, there may be times that you want a specific type of question included in a randomly generated group. No problem at all. Click on the numbers in a question to open an exercise editor that gives you the ability to create the exact question you require.

Flexible Design

Using the friendly, intuitive interface, you will be able to see exactly what your math resources will look like on paper as you design them. You will have complete control over the layout of your documents from number and type of questions to a variety of special design elements.

"I love the new Math Resource Studio, it is very teacher-friendly, much like the Schoolhouse Test software. Your products are a must for teachers. What a timesaver!" - Nancy J., fifth-grade teacher, Clearwater, Florida, USA More...

Never Search for a Math Worksheet Again

Never search for a math worksheet again.

You will probably never have to browse the Internet for a math worksheet again. Nor will you have to pick through file folders of old photocopies and blackline masters, flip through workbooks, get lost in the mazes of the online worksheet providers, or spend your valuable time manually creating one with pencil and paper. The exact differentiated math worksheet activity you require for tomorrow's lesson will be right at your fingertips.

A Closer Look at Numeration

Consider the possibilities in just the area of numeration. You can generate worksheets to advance and reinforce skills in:

  • counting patterns
  • comparing numbers
  • ordering numbers
  • prime factors
  • prime numbers
  • multiples
  • place value
  • rounding
  • expanded notation

And then consider the variations within just the expanded notation activity itself. You can generate worksheets to cover:

  • standard notation to words
  • words to standard notation
  • standard to expanded
  • expanded to standard
  • standard to place value
  • place value to standard

And then let's take just one of these variations, let's say standard notation to words. Set the number of questions to 10 and the number range from 10 to 1000 and click the generate button. An instant worksheet and answer key. Click the generate button again--a different set of questions. Click the generate button again--a different set of questions again. Keep clicking, and you get a completely new worksheet with each click.

"I'm happy to see Math Resource Studio 4 out and about! Mathematics Worksheet Factory was a lifesaver of a programme, but Math Resource Studio 4 is inspired! I rely on it." - Treesh L., Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom More...

Print Math Worksheets Right from Your PC

Math Resource Studio is the teaching tool you need to create virtually unlimited, professional-quality, printable math worksheets right on your PC. And fast. You set the parameters for the worksheet and then click generate. And almost magically the exact worksheet you require to support your lesson objectives and meet the needs of your students is created right before your eyes. And the answer key is created right along with it.

System Requirements

Math Resource Studio is designed for the Microsoft Windows operating system. More...

Screenshots

Editing Fractions Screenshot
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Inserting Images Screenshot
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Time Passages Screenshot
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Changing a Riddle
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Modifying the Appearance
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Multiple Exercise Types Screenshot
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Accolades for Mathematics Worksheet Factory 3 the Precursor to Math Resource Studio

"You have an absolutely terrific product. The ease, versatility, and customizability of this program are outstanding. It completely eliminates the need for expensive workbooks full of black-line masters." - Madelyn T., Grade 5 Teacher More...
"Your program is a perfect addition for my classroom. My school is in the process of buying the program for the entire school. The math program works well for IEPs [Individualized Education Plans] because I can create and make specific math worksheets for individual students based on their assessed needs." - Ranan L., IL, USA More...
"The program allows us to meet individual needs at a moment's notice without hassle -- and makes tutoring a pleasure, because appropriate material is only a keyboard away. This program is an example of superlatively EXCELLENT educational software. And your support (the little we needed it!) is the best we've had for any software." - Jaye W., Alberta, Canada More...

"I honestly cannot say enough about this program. Now that I've purchased my copy, I really think you should raise the price! It's an absolute steal. Every teacher should have this program." - Madelyn T., Grade 5 Teacher More...

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Create all of these Math Activities and More

Advanced Number Operations
Advanced Addition Challenging addition questions using multiple digits, decimals, and negative numbers (integers).
Advanced Division Challenging division questions using multiple digits, decimals or currency settings, and negative numbers (integers).
Advanced Division - No Remainders Challenging division questions using multiple digits and negative numbers (integers) with answers not having remainders.
Advanced Division - Remainders Challenging division questions using multiple digits, and negative numbers (integers) with answers having remaindrs.
Advanced Multiplication Challenging multiplication questions using multiple digits, decimals, and negative numbers (integers).
Advanced Multiplication - Powers of Ten Challenging advanced multiplication questions that use either powers of ten (i.e. 1000, 10, .1, .01) or multiples of ten (i.e. 500, 30, .007) as the multiplier for all questions. Other features include multiple digits, decimals or currency settings, and negative numbers (integers).
Advanced Subtraction Challenging subtraction questions using multiple digits, decimals, and negative numbers (integers).
Multiple Addends Addition questions with with up to 6 addends.
Multiple Operations Full control over the structure of the multiple operations including placement of parentheses and exponents.
Algebra
Equations - Defined Variable A variety of algebra equations with the variable defined. Students use the defined variable to calculate the answer. This is a great set of exercises for students just beginning algebra.
Equations - Single Variable (One Side) A variety of algebra equations. Use exponents and decimals to add complexity.
Number Problems Solve with or without algebra. e.g. A number increased by 5 is 9.
Pre-Algebra Equations (One Side) Aimed at creating simple algebra equations for those students just starting to learn algebra concepts.
Basic Number Operations
Basic Addition Basic addition questions.
Basic Addition and Regrouping Control the regrouping and borrowing functions. All regrouping, no regrouping, or select the place values to regroup from.
Basic Division Basic division questions.
Basic Multiplication Basic multiplication questions.
Basic Subtraction Basic subtraction questions.
Basic Subtraction and Regrouping Control the regrouping and borrowing functions. All regrouping, no regrouping, or select the place values to regroup from.
Match-Ups Draw lines from questions to the correct answers.
Quick Facts Easy basic facts generation with number pad selection.
Coordinates
Rectangular Coordinates Agreat exercise set to have your students practice identifying coordinates. Or use this exercise set to create blank graphs with XY lines.
Fractions
Comparing Fractions Practice identifying whether a fraction is smaller (<), larger (>) or equal (=) to the second fraction listed.
Division with Whole Numbers Whole numbers divided by fractions or fractions divided by whole numbers.
Equivalent Fractions Example: 3/9 = _ /3
Fractions Addition Example: 3/4 + 1/2
Fractions and Decimals Convert fractions to decimals, or decimals to fractions.
Fractions Division Example: 3/4 / 1/4
Fractions Multiplication Example: 2/3 x 1/4
Fractions Subtraction Example: 3/4 - 1/3
Mixed Operations with Fractions Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division questions with whole numbers and fractions.
Multiplication with Whole Numbers Fractions of whole numbers or whole numbers multiplied by fractions.
Simplifying Fractions Example: 4/12 = 1/3
Geometry
Angles Classify and measure inside or outside angles.
Circles Find the circumference and area of circles.
Measuring Lines Develop early skills in using a ruler to determine the length of a straight line.
Measuring Rectangles Use a ruler to determine perimeter and area of a rectangle.
Perimeter and Area Calculate the area and perimeter of triangles and quadrilaterals.
Polygons Identify polygon and number of sides and vertices.
Pythagorean Theorem A right triangle is provided and the measurement for one side is not given. Control the complexity of the questions by selecting an appropriate Unit Size - Small, Medium or Large.
Graphs
Bar Graphs Customized bar graphs for your students to use.
Line Graphs Customized line graphs for your students to use.
Measurement
Metric Weights and Measures Conversion practice with metric length, mass, and volume.
US Weights and Measures Conversion practice with US weights and linear, liquid, and dry measures.
Money
Counting Money Calculate the amount of money in displayed coins.
Money in Words Example: $1.47 = one dollar and forty-seven cents.
Shopping Problems Word problems involving shopping. Add your own names and items to the shopping word problem generator.
Number Concepts
Exponents Example: Find the square root of 25. Or, find the cube root of 27.
Roman Numerals Examples: 75 = LXXV; XIV = 14
Roots Find the square root or cube root of numbers.
Scientific Notation Example: 3.2 x 10 ^ 3 = 3,200. Or, 580 = 5.8 x 10 ^ 2
Numeration
Before, After, Between Can be used for early numeracy work, or for introducing integers and the concept of negative numbers.
Comparing Numbers Identify whether a number is greater than (>), less than (<) or equal (=) to a second number.
Counting Patterns Short counting sequences for students to fill in the missing numbers. The exercises reinforce number positioning and relationships.
Expanded Notation Standard notation to words, standard notation to expanded notation; standard notation to place value.
Factors Find factors of numbers and GCF of two numbers.
Greatest Common Factor List all of the factors for each number, then identify the largest factor that both share.
Lowest Common Multiple List the multiples for each number (i.e. 5, 10, 15, 20, etc) until a multiple in common between the two numbers is found.
Multiples Find multiples of a number and the LCM of two numbers.
Ordering Numbers Order random numbers from least to greatest or greatest to least.
Place Value Identify the place value of a digit in a number.
Prime Numbers Students list the factors for a given number, and then determine whether the number is prime (True) or not prime (False). Example: 16 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = Not Prime
Rounding Numbers Practice rounding numbers to various place values.
Puzzles
Across-Downs Find the answer for each row and column, then use those answers to calculate the final answer.
Magic Squares Fill in the missing numbers so that the sums of all columns, rows, and diagonals are the same.
Number Patterns Find the next two numbers in the pattern.
Secret Trails Use either addition or subtraction to find the order of numbers that lead to the total using only vertical or horizontal moves.
Ratio and Percent
Percent of Numbers - Advanced an exercise for students to practice finding the percent of numbers. Example: 68% of 7 = 4.76; 11% of 310 = 34.1.
Percent of Numbers - Basic an exercise for students to practice finding the percent of numbers. Example: 10% of 200 = 20; 16% of 750 = 120.
Ratio Conversions Change percent to decimal, fraction and ratio expressions.
Tables and Drills
Circle Drill Addition The perfect way for focusing on addition equations while still having fun. You pick a Target Number and the program automatically completes the inner ring. The students than fill in the outer ring with the correct answers. The Target Number is the number the second ring numbers are added to.
Circle Drill Division The perfect way for focusing on division equations while still having fun. You pick a Target Number and the program automatically completes the inner ring. The students than fill in the outer ring with the correct answers. The Target Number is the divisor.
Circle Drill Multiplication The perfect way for focusing on multiplication equations while still having fun. You pick a Target Number and the program automatically completes the inner ring. The students than fill in the outer ring with the correct answers. The Target Number is the multiplicand.
Circle Drill Subtraction The perfect way for focusing on subtraction equations while still having fun. You pick a Target Number and the program automatically completes the inner ring. The students than fill in the outer ring with the correct answers. The Target Number is the minuend.
Counting Table Display any set of ordered numbers for early to learners to practice filling in the correct numbers. You control the grid size, where the count starts, and the increment. Negative numbers can be used.
Table Drill Addition Reinforce the basic addition operation.
Table Drill Division Reinforce the basic division operation.
Table Drill Multiplication Reinforce the basic multiplication operation.
Table Drill Subtraction Reinforce the basic subtraction operation.
Time
Telling Time Telling Time with Analog Clocks. Includes 24 hour. Put hands on an analog clock face to show 1:15, or, given the position of hands on a clock, give the time.
Time Passages Calculating the passage of time with analog clocks. Clock shows 9:30. Put hands on a second clock to show what time it will be in 3 hours? Or, show what time it was 2 hours and 15 minutes ago?

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