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. 
PreAlgebra 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. 
MatchUps 
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 fortyseven 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 
AcrossDowns 
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? 