Fresh spring worksheets for pre-K to 8th grade

Spring is in the air, and the Learning Library is in bloom!

Our team of educators has published 20+ new spring-themed worksheets in recent months. Parents can use these resources to help their kids practice math, reading, and writing in a seasonal way.

Whether your child is in PreK or all the way in 8th grade, Education.com has added plenty of new spring-themed worksheets to help parents inspire learning and creativity as the weather warms up:

1. How Many? Spring Counting #1, #2, and #3

These counting worksheets are perfect for pre-k and kindergarten students, allowing them to practice counting and number recognition while embracing the spirit of spring.

From tallying up flowers to adding up busy bees, these vibrant worksheets make learning math basics a breeze.

Click below to download and print each one:

2. Spring Puzzle: Addition and Subtraction Within 10 and Within 20

For first and second-grade students, these spring-themed addition and subtraction puzzles provide arithmetic practice with a twist. Your budding learner will solve equations involving tulips, butterflies, watering cans, and other spring symbols.

Each new equation builds on the previous ones, allowing them to sharpen their critical thinking skills with every iteration!

Click below to download and print each one:

3. Spring Patterns: Cut and Paste #1, #2, #3, and #4

These cut-and-paste worksheets offer a hands-on approach to building pattern recognition. As students arrange sequences of chicks, frogs, and ladybugs, they will develop their knowledge of AB patterns.

Each sheet in the set will have your child cut out the squares and paste them in the correct order. The tactile learning will capture their attention!

Click below to download and print each one:

4. Spring Writing: Formal and Informal Styles

As students progress through middle school, it’s essential to hone their formal and informal writing skills, from relaxed, conversational writing to the more precise writing used in formal essays.

These five spring-themed writing prompts can serve as a jumping-off point for your child to understand the difference between the two writing styles, helping them tailor their tone as they change each informal sentence to a formal one.

Click below to download and print the worksheet:

5. Spring Reflective Writing Prompts #1 and #2

Reflective writing is a valuable exercise for students of all ages—that’s why we created these prompts for fourth through eighth grade!

Promoting self-awareness and critical thinking, these thought-provoking questions will have your learner contemplate the changes and growth they experience during the spring season, fostering deeper insights into themselves and the world around them.

Click below to download and print each prompt:

6. Spring Spelling Practice: Word Search Puzzle

Spelling practice doesn’t have to be dull, especially when it’s in a word search format and infused with vibrant flowers!

This puzzle challenges students to sleuth for the words that are spelled incorrectly, color them in, and then hunt for them in the word search below. Get ready to sharpen those spelling skills!

Click below to download and print the worksheet:

Whether they’re counting flowers, perfecting their formal writing style, or reflecting on spring’s new beginnings, your child can blossom with these new worksheets.

Parents: print these fresh spring-themed worksheets, and breathe new life into your child’s after-school routine!

Looking for more? Check out the full Education.com Learning Library of 37,000+ worksheets, games, and hands-on activities for PreK through 8th grade.

Fresh spring worksheets for pre-K to 8th grade

Spring is in the air, and the Learning Library is in bloom!

Our team of educators has published 20+ new spring-themed worksheets in recent months. Parents can use these resources to help their kids practice math, reading, and writing in a seasonal way.

Whether your child is in PreK or all the way in 8th grade, Education.com has added plenty of new spring-themed worksheets to help parents inspire learning and creativity as the weather warms up:

1. How Many? Spring Counting #1, #2, and #3

These counting worksheets are perfect for pre-k and kindergarten students, allowing them to practice counting and number recognition while embracing the spirit of spring.

From tallying up flowers to adding up busy bees, these vibrant worksheets make learning math basics a breeze.

Click below to download and print each one:

2. Spring Puzzle: Addition and Subtraction Within 10 and Within 20

For first and second-grade students, these spring-themed addition and subtraction puzzles provide arithmetic practice with a twist. Your budding learner will solve equations involving tulips, butterflies, watering cans, and other spring symbols.

Each new equation builds on the previous ones, allowing them to sharpen their critical thinking skills with every iteration!

Click below to download and print each one:

3. Spring Patterns: Cut and Paste #1, #2, #3, and #4

These cut-and-paste worksheets offer a hands-on approach to building pattern recognition. As students arrange sequences of chicks, frogs, and ladybugs, they will develop their knowledge of AB patterns.

Each sheet in the set will have your child cut out the squares and paste them in the correct order. The tactile learning will capture their attention!

Click below to download and print each one:

4. Spring Writing: Formal and Informal Styles

As students progress through middle school, it’s essential to hone their formal and informal writing skills, from relaxed, conversational writing to the more precise writing used in formal essays.

These five spring-themed writing prompts can serve as a jumping-off point for your child to understand the difference between the two writing styles, helping them tailor their tone as they change each informal sentence to a formal one.

Click below to download and print the worksheet:

5. Spring Reflective Writing Prompts #1 and #2

Reflective writing is a valuable exercise for students of all ages—that’s why we created these prompts for fourth through eighth grade!

Promoting self-awareness and critical thinking, these thought-provoking questions will have your learner contemplate the changes and growth they experience during the spring season, fostering deeper insights into themselves and the world around them.

Click below to download and print each prompt:

6. Spring Spelling Practice: Word Search Puzzle

Spelling practice doesn’t have to be dull, especially when it’s in a word search format and infused with vibrant flowers!

This puzzle challenges students to sleuth for the words that are spelled incorrectly, color them in, and then hunt for them in the word search below. Get ready to sharpen those spelling skills!

Click below to download and print the worksheet:

Whether they’re counting flowers, perfecting their formal writing style, or reflecting on spring’s new beginnings, your child can blossom with these new worksheets.

Parents: print these fresh spring-themed worksheets, and breathe new life into your child’s after-school routine!

Looking for more? Check out the full Education.com Learning Library of 37,000+ worksheets, games, and hands-on activities for PreK through 8th grade.

Celebrate young writers: Winning stories of the 2024 Education.com Story Challenge

We are thrilled to unveil the winners of the 2024 Education.com Story Challenge, a writing contest for kids in PreK through 8th grade!

This March, the Education.com inbox overflowed with original writing submissions from around the world, from Canada to New Zealand and the Philippines! Our judges were impressed by the imaginative works that poured in, and they were heartened to see so many young writers embrace the joys of storytelling.

Ten stories stood out from the crowd, and we’ve assembled an illustrated Anthology so you can read them all. Discover the origin story of a lion’s roar, the legends of a grandmother’s escapades, a suspense-filled tale about cliff jumping and friendship, and a heartwarming story about finding hope through grief.

Without further ado, here are the ten wonderful winners of the Education.com Story Challenge:

2024 Story Challenge Winners

Celebrating young writers

As a prize, each winner will receive a free one-year Premium membership to Education.com!

Thank you to all the student authors who submitted their stories, as well as the parents and teachers who encouraged your love of writing and supported you in entering the contest! Your creativity burst off the pages, and the judges truly enjoyed reading every original piece.

We hope this experience has inspired you to tap into your imagination. Please don’t ever stop writing!

Anthology: Read the winning stories!

Scroll through to read each story:

Looking for more? Tap into the Education.com Learning Library of 37,000+ learning resources, including 12,000+ Reading and Writing worksheets, games, and activities.

Celebrate young writers: Winning stories of the 2024 Education.com Story Challenge

We are thrilled to unveil the winners of the 2024 Education.com Story Challenge, a writing contest for kids in PreK through 8th grade!

This March, the Education.com inbox overflowed with original writing submissions from around the world, from Canada to New Zealand and the Philippines! Our judges were impressed by the imaginative works that poured in, and they were heartened to see so many young writers embrace the joys of storytelling.

Ten stories stood out from the crowd, and we’ve assembled an illustrated Anthology so you can read them all. Discover the origin story of a lion’s roar, the legends of a grandmother’s escapades, a suspense-filled tale about cliff jumping and friendship, and a heartwarming story about finding hope through grief.

Without further ado, here are the ten wonderful winners of the Education.com Story Challenge:

2024 Story Challenge Winners

Celebrating young writers

As a prize, each winner will receive a free one-year Premium membership to Education.com!

Thank you to all the student authors who submitted their stories, as well as the parents and teachers who encouraged your love of writing and supported you in entering the contest! Your creativity burst off the pages, and the judges truly enjoyed reading every original piece.

We hope this experience has inspired you to tap into your imagination. Please don’t ever stop writing!

Anthology: Read the winning stories!

Scroll through to read each story:

Looking for more? Tap into the Education.com Learning Library of 37,000+ learning resources, including 12,000+ Reading and Writing worksheets, games, and activities.

Meet the Education.com characters!

Education.com, the online Learning Library of 37,000+ educator-created learning resources, is more than just a hub for worksheets, activities, and games. It’s an animated world filled with a lovable cast of characters!

Each has a unique story, vibrant personality, and favorite subject. Starring in games and interactive stories on Brainzy (our kid-friendly learning platform), these characters teach students valuable lessons and inspire a love of learning.

Whether you’re a Roly fan or a Cuz-Cuz enthusiast, learn something new about your beloved Education.com characters, and discover new favorites!

1. Roly

Roly is the protagonist of the Education.com cast! You probably recognize this lovable, round, always-hungry tabby cat from games like Jumpy and stories like Roly in Space.

Roly moves from place to place by, well, rolling! When he’s in ball form, he plays Alphabet Demolition, using his rotund body as a wrecking ball to knock out numbers.

When he’s not rolling, there’s nothing Roly loves more than munching on something yummy. Luckily, this silly main character’s love of food motivates him to learn! You can help our resident foodie get apples and cat food in games like Learn Coding with Roly and Spelling Cat Food.

Bring Roly to life! Learn to Draw Roly, or complete a Roly Coloring Page. For hands-on fun, print and cut out a Roly Mask or assemble a Roly Paper Doll. When Halloween comes around, you can dress up your Roly doll as a pirate or mummy, and true superfans can even sew a one-of-a-kind Roly Costume.

2. Floyd

Floyd is our resident reader! He’s a scholarly dog who always has his snout in a book. Develop your English Language Arts skills by playing games like Floyd Danger: Curse of the Syllables and Floyd Danger: Quest for the Complete Sentence.

A friend to everyone, Floyd often pairs up with other members of the cast and goes on adventures including Floyd and CuzCuz Celebrate Holi, The Super Pals, and Short U Dot-to-Dot.

There’s more to Floyd than meets the eye! We won’t give too much away, but you can see some of his alter egos in these games: Secret Agent Addition, Measure Buildings with Super Floyd, and Floyd Breakdance.

3. Penelope Pegacorn

Penelope is the math whiz of the group! She’s half unicorn, half pegasus (we call her a pegacorn!) and is always up for a learning adventure.

You can find her crunching numbers in these Education.com math games:

Aside from being a total math maestro, she’s also an athlete! See her playing basketball in Solving Basic Algebraic Equations; her hook shot is out of this world due to her knowledge of angles and distance.

4. Cuz-Cuz

Cuz-Cuz loves to get messy, whether he’s Jumping in Mud or Eating a Worm Sandwich!

This wacky character will eat anything—we’re talking worms or rocks—but he’s still the silliest, sweetest monster around.

When Cuz-Cuz plays outdoors, you’d better get out of the way, since a cloud of dust usually follows him!

5. Tutu

You probably know Tutu from her favorite game, Cloud Catcher. After all, there are 33 versions!

Tutu can spin her skirt to fly and wave her wand to transform objects. Her magic powers come in handy when it comes to education since she uses them to teach students about spelling, sight word recognition, and math.

Aside from Cloud Catcher, Tutu plays these games:

6. Muggo

Muggo is a clever robot who loves STEM!

An adept engineer, Muggo tinkers with machines to clone himself (see his multiples by playing Dancing Muggos or Counting and Adding the Muggos in this worksheet). At one point, he even builds a time machine (read about his adventure in Muggo’s Time Travels).

Although he’s a STEM genius, Muggo tends to misread instructions because he’s so excited about his experiments. This sometimes leads to misadventures, as seen in Too Many Muggos.

Muggo uses his gizmos to teach children about STEM and non-STEM subjects, with games like 2D and 3D Shape Sort: Factory, 2D and 3D Shape Sort: Car, Double-Digit Array Multiplication with Radars, Square Tangram, and Sorting Similes.

7. Birdee

Sweet, creative Birdee is the smallest character in the Brainzy family.

This tiny bird loves music, chirping her way through games like Birdee Ukulele accompanied by her (tiny) instrument!

Birdee’s favorite thing to do is to mine for bright gems in caves using a mini pickaxe! To collect all the gems, she sometimes needs assistance with typing or converting fractions:

When Spring comes around, Birdee takes pride in adding colorful eggs to her nest, and she needs your help counting them all!

8. Officer Ice Cream

Despite being frozen, Officer Ice Cream is the warmest police officer in town!

On sunny days, she launches her ice cream toward the sun to keep the neighborhood cool! See her skills in action in these game sets:

At work, Officer Ice Cream is great at solving mysteries by taking photos of different clues. Help her take photos and play detective in these games:

Like Floyd, Officer Ice Cream has an alter ego! In her free time, she will don a costume and sing opera. Help her hit the high notes by playing these games:

Get the whole gang together!

Looking for more Education.com resources that feature your child’s favorite characters? These colorful printables are a great way to display them in your home:

Plus, view all 37,000+ worksheets, games, interactive stories, and activities for grades PreK-8th by searching the Education.com Learning Library.

Meet the Education.com characters!

Education.com, the online Learning Library of 37,000+ educator-created learning resources, is more than just a hub for worksheets, activities, and games. It’s an animated world filled with a lovable cast of characters!

Each has a unique story, vibrant personality, and favorite subject. Starring in games and interactive stories on Brainzy (our kid-friendly learning platform), these characters teach students valuable lessons and inspire a love of learning.

Whether you’re a Roly fan or a Cuz-Cuz enthusiast, learn something new about your beloved Education.com characters, and discover new favorites!

1. Roly

Roly is the protagonist of the Education.com cast! You probably recognize this lovable, round, always-hungry tabby cat from games like Jumpy and stories like Roly in Space.

Roly moves from place to place by, well, rolling! When he’s in ball form, he plays Alphabet Demolition, using his rotund body as a wrecking ball to knock out numbers.

When he’s not rolling, there’s nothing Roly loves more than munching on something yummy. Luckily, this silly main character’s love of food motivates him to learn! You can help our resident foodie get apples and cat food in games like Learn Coding with Roly and Spelling Cat Food.

Bring Roly to life! Learn to Draw Roly, or complete a Roly Coloring Page. For hands-on fun, print and cut out a Roly Mask or assemble a Roly Paper Doll. When Halloween comes around, you can dress up your Roly doll as a pirate or mummy, and true superfans can even sew a one-of-a-kind Roly Costume.

2. Floyd

Floyd is our resident reader! He’s a scholarly dog who always has his snout in a book. Develop your English Language Arts skills by playing games like Floyd Danger: Curse of the Syllables and Floyd Danger: Quest for the Complete Sentence.

A friend to everyone, Floyd often pairs up with other members of the cast and goes on adventures including Floyd and CuzCuz Celebrate Holi, The Super Pals, and Short U Dot-to-Dot.

There’s more to Floyd than meets the eye! We won’t give too much away, but you can see some of his alter egos in these games: Secret Agent Addition, Measure Buildings with Super Floyd, and Floyd Breakdance.

3. Penelope Pegacorn

Penelope is the math whiz of the group! She’s half unicorn, half pegasus (we call her a pegacorn!) and is always up for a learning adventure.

You can find her crunching numbers in these Education.com math games:

Aside from being a total math maestro, she’s also an athlete! See her playing basketball in Solving Basic Algebraic Equations; her hook shot is out of this world due to her knowledge of angles and distance.

4. Cuz-Cuz

Cuz-Cuz loves to get messy, whether he’s Jumping in Mud or Eating a Worm Sandwich!

This wacky character will eat anything—we’re talking worms or rocks—but he’s still the silliest, sweetest monster around.

When Cuz-Cuz plays outdoors, you’d better get out of the way, since a cloud of dust usually follows him!

5. Tutu

You probably know Tutu from her favorite game, Cloud Catcher. After all, there are 33 versions!

Tutu can spin her skirt to fly and wave her wand to transform objects. Her magic powers come in handy when it comes to education since she uses them to teach students about spelling, sight word recognition, and math.

Aside from Cloud Catcher, Tutu plays these games:

6. Muggo

Muggo is a clever robot who loves STEM!

An adept engineer, Muggo tinkers with machines to clone himself (see his multiples by playing Dancing Muggos or Counting and Adding the Muggos in this worksheet). At one point, he even builds a time machine (read about his adventure in Muggo’s Time Travels).

Although he’s a STEM genius, Muggo tends to misread instructions because he’s so excited about his experiments. This sometimes leads to misadventures, as seen in Too Many Muggos.

Muggo uses his gizmos to teach children about STEM and non-STEM subjects, with games like 2D and 3D Shape Sort: Factory, 2D and 3D Shape Sort: Car, Double-Digit Array Multiplication with Radars, Square Tangram, and Sorting Similes.

7. Birdee

Sweet, creative Birdee is the smallest character in the Brainzy family.

This tiny bird loves music, chirping her way through games like Birdee Ukulele accompanied by her (tiny) instrument!

Birdee’s favorite thing to do is to mine for bright gems in caves using a mini pickaxe! To collect all the gems, she sometimes needs assistance with typing or converting fractions:

When Spring comes around, Birdee takes pride in adding colorful eggs to her nest, and she needs your help counting them all!

8. Officer Ice Cream

Despite being frozen, Officer Ice Cream is the warmest police officer in town!

On sunny days, she launches her ice cream toward the sun to keep the neighborhood cool! See her skills in action in these game sets:

At work, Officer Ice Cream is great at solving mysteries by taking photos of different clues. Help her take photos and play detective in these games:

Like Floyd, Officer Ice Cream has an alter ego! In her free time, she will don a costume and sing opera. Help her hit the high notes by playing these games:

Get the whole gang together!

Looking for more Education.com resources that feature your child’s favorite characters? These colorful printables are a great way to display them in your home:

Plus, view all 37,000+ worksheets, games, interactive stories, and activities for grades PreK-8th by searching the Education.com Learning Library.

Math gone digital! The 20 most popular Interactive Worksheets for math

Since Education.com launched Interactive Worksheets in August 2023, we’ve added over 1,000 digital math worksheets to our site, and we’re publishing more every week!

Interactive Worksheets are dynamic digital worksheets that students can complete on a laptop or tablet. Kids can review their mistakes as they go, creating an intuitive learning experience. Plus, features like one-click assignments and instant grading save time for teachers and parents.

Digital worksheets have quickly become a favorite among educators and parents alike. These are our 20 most popular Interactive Worksheets for math, from counting to arithmetic and everything in between:

1. Missing Numbers 1-100

This hundreds chart is missing some numbers, marked by yellow stars. Engage students in recognizing patterns in the number sequence by having them fill in the gaps in the grid. This Interactive Worksheet allows them to have multiple tries until they get the right answer—no printing required!

2. One-Minute Multiplication

The 60-second countdown starts now! How many multiplication questions can your third or fourth-graders complete in a minute? If they choose the digital version of this worksheet, they’ll have the chance to beat their own score, sharpening multiplication skills with each attempt.

3. Circle the Number

Preschool learners can practice number identification with this Interactive Worksheet! Encourage them to count the fun shapes and circle the correct numbers from 0 to 10. This will help build foundational math skills like counting and one-to-one correspondence.

4. Double Addition & Subtraction

Double the challenge with double-digit numbers! This Interactive Worksheet serves as a bridge to mathematical fluency, guiding second and third grade students through skills like place value identification and regrouping. After clicking “submit,” they’ll get immediate feedback, allowing them to learn from their mistakes as they go!

5. One-Minute Addition

Ready, set, race against the clock in the 1-Minute Addition challenge! Designed for first graders, this Interactive Worksheet tests speed and accuracy by having students solve a series of addition problems in just one minute. Kids will fill in the blanks, easily typing the answers and receiving instant grading.

6. Equivalent Fractions

Identify the matching pieces of pie, and learn about fractions as you go! Third and fourth-grade students will match up equivalent fractions in a visual way, counting the shaded parts of each pie to find the missing numerators. Through real-time grading, they will receive the personalized support they need to streamline their progress.

7. Mixed Minute Math

Challenge students with this set of 48 mixed math problems! Put their skills to the test with a variety of one- and two-digit addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems. They’ll need to quickly reference math facts and switch modes to address each unique question.

The best part is you can share this Interactive Worksheet with students as a direct assignment, allowing them to complete it in Brainzy, our student-focused learning platform that eliminates distractions. Alternatively, you can create a direct share link for students and paste it into an email, Google Classroom, or another learning management system, tailoring their math practice to your preferred digital platform!

8. Pineapple Math: Two-Digit Addition

Beginners will love this two-digit addition worksheet because there’s no regrouping required! Ease children into two-digit arithmetic by laying the groundwork first, helping them recognize concepts like place value before they move onto more complex math problems.

Second and third graders can easily enter the answers on a laptop or tablet, and as they view their mistakes in real time, they increase their knowledge retention.

9. Superstar Addition

First graders can become math superstars by counting the stars in each box! They’ll write number sentences and solve one-digit addition problems to earn their place among the math stars.

Once the instant grades are in for this assignment, it’s easy for educators to track results. Under the “My Assignments” page, you can view a grade book of all your students’ assignments and grades at once, freeing up some time in your day.

10. Addition to 20 Check-In

Check your child’s addition skills with this Interactive Worksheet! With this straightforward digital resource, they’ll practice adding numbers up to 20 and get instant feedback, creating an intuitive learning experience.

11. 2-Digit Multiplication

Learn to multiply two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers! Some regrouping is required, but this Interactive Worksheet features example problems to help guide students. Have them tackle these 26 problems, and watch them gain fluency in two-digit multiplication.

12. How Many Are There?

Preschoolers and kindergarteners love colors! Use the multicolored shapes in this Interactive Worksheet to get them excited about counting, categorizing, and determining patterns. They’ll count the 16 triangles, circles, squares, and stars and will answer questions about their size, shape, and hue.

13. Fractions Quiz

Test your child’s fractions knowledge with this engaging quiz! They’ll answer five multiple choice questions about shaded pie charts, checking their understanding as they learn to connect 2-D fraction models to numbers.

14. Decimal Operations

Master adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals with this one-pager! Designed for advanced learners in grades fifth, sixth, and seventh, this practice sheet offers a comprehensive review of decimal operations.

After answering the 21 questions, students receive their results as part of a 3-star system and can review which questions they answered correctly. They can then attempt the worksheet again for a chance to improve their score and get all three stars!

15. Math Review: Multi-Digit Division

Level up learning with this set of 30 long division problems! Fifth and sixth graders will boost their arithmetic skills by solving the three and four-digit division problems in this Interactive Worksheet. They have the option to write out their answers with a pencil or type them into the digital form.

16. Addition Under the Sea

This playful ocean-themed Interactive Worksheet helps kids work on two-digit by one-digit addition without regrouping. Encourage your child to practice the math they have learned and even introduce them to new concepts while exploring the sea and its creatures.

17. Count & Add Blocks

Stack up the building blocks of math with this Interactive Worksheet for first and second grade! Using counting blocks provides a tangible way for kids to understand abstract mathematical concepts. They’ll count the blocks and add the numbers together to solidify their two-digit addition skills.

18. Practice Test: Counting Money

Prepare your student for the real-world applications of math with this coin counting practice test! They’ll total up groups of coins and solve thought-provoking word problems about money math.

The digital version of this worksheet has a “token select” format, meaning that kids will click on their answer to each question and press “submit” to see if their selection was correct!

19. Simple Addition and Subtraction

Go back to the basics using this first-grade Interactive Worksheet! Students can solve 24 simple one-digit addition and subtraction equations and grow their comfort with foundational arithmetic skills.

20. PEMDAS

Help students master the order of operations with this Interactive Worksheet on PEMDAS! Designed for grades fifth and sixth, this digital tool briefly explains PEMDAS and then asks students to practice solving 9 unique equations, testing their knowledge of parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction.

More Interactive Worksheets

In addition to these top 20, we have 1,500+ Interactive Worksheets on Education.com covering subjects like math, English, science, social studies, art, and social-emotional learning for grades PreK through 8th!

Read the following blog about Interactive Worksheets to learn more.

Is your child looking for more math practice? To celebrate the importance of math, we’re unlocking 1 free worksheet and 1 free game per grade level (PreK-8th) every week in April.

Click through this week’s free math worksheets and games on our Math Month page.

Math gone digital! The 20 most popular Interactive Worksheets for math

Since Education.com launched Interactive Worksheets in August 2023, we’ve added over 1,000 digital math worksheets to our site, and we’re publishing more every week!

Interactive Worksheets are dynamic digital worksheets that students can complete on a laptop or tablet. Kids can review their mistakes as they go, creating an intuitive learning experience. Plus, features like one-click assignments and instant grading save time for teachers and parents.

Digital worksheets have quickly become a favorite among educators and parents alike. These are our 20 most popular Interactive Worksheets for math, from counting to arithmetic and everything in between:

1. Missing Numbers 1-100

This hundreds chart is missing some numbers, marked by yellow stars. Engage students in recognizing patterns in the number sequence by having them fill in the gaps in the grid. This Interactive Worksheet allows them to have multiple tries until they get the right answer—no printing required!

2. One-Minute Multiplication

The 60-second countdown starts now! How many multiplication questions can your third or fourth-graders complete in a minute? If they choose the digital version of this worksheet, they’ll have the chance to beat their own score, sharpening multiplication skills with each attempt.

3. Circle the Number

Preschool learners can practice number identification with this Interactive Worksheet! Encourage them to count the fun shapes and circle the correct numbers from 0 to 10. This will help build foundational math skills like counting and one-to-one correspondence.

4. Double Addition & Subtraction

Double the challenge with double-digit numbers! This Interactive Worksheet serves as a bridge to mathematical fluency, guiding second and third grade students through skills like place value identification and regrouping. After clicking “submit,” they’ll get immediate feedback, allowing them to learn from their mistakes as they go!

5. One-Minute Addition

Ready, set, race against the clock in the 1-Minute Addition challenge! Designed for first graders, this Interactive Worksheet tests speed and accuracy by having students solve a series of addition problems in just one minute. Kids will fill in the blanks, easily typing the answers and receiving instant grading.

6. Equivalent Fractions

Identify the matching pieces of pie, and learn about fractions as you go! Third and fourth-grade students will match up equivalent fractions in a visual way, counting the shaded parts of each pie to find the missing numerators. Through real-time grading, they will receive the personalized support they need to streamline their progress.

7. Mixed Minute Math

Challenge students with this set of 48 mixed math problems! Put their skills to the test with a variety of one- and two-digit addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems. They’ll need to quickly reference math facts and switch modes to address each unique question.

The best part is you can share this Interactive Worksheet with students as a direct assignment, allowing them to complete it in Brainzy, our student-focused learning platform that eliminates distractions. Alternatively, you can create a direct share link for students and paste it into an email, Google Classroom, or another learning management system, tailoring their math practice to your preferred digital platform!

8. Pineapple Math: Two-Digit Addition

Beginners will love this two-digit addition worksheet because there’s no regrouping required! Ease children into two-digit arithmetic by laying the groundwork first, helping them recognize concepts like place value before they move onto more complex math problems.

Second and third graders can easily enter the answers on a laptop or tablet, and as they view their mistakes in real time, they increase their knowledge retention.

9. Superstar Addition

First graders can become math superstars by counting the stars in each box! They’ll write number sentences and solve one-digit addition problems to earn their place among the math stars.

Once the instant grades are in for this assignment, it’s easy for educators to track results. Under the “My Assignments” page, you can view a grade book of all your students’ assignments and grades at once, freeing up some time in your day.

10. Addition to 20 Check-In

Check your child’s addition skills with this Interactive Worksheet! With this straightforward digital resource, they’ll practice adding numbers up to 20 and get instant feedback, creating an intuitive learning experience.

11. 2-Digit Multiplication

Learn to multiply two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers! Some regrouping is required, but this Interactive Worksheet features example problems to help guide students. Have them tackle these 26 problems, and watch them gain fluency in two-digit multiplication.

12. How Many Are There?

Preschoolers and kindergarteners love colors! Use the multicolored shapes in this Interactive Worksheet to get them excited about counting, categorizing, and determining patterns. They’ll count the 16 triangles, circles, squares, and stars and will answer questions about their size, shape, and hue.

13. Fractions Quiz

Test your child’s fractions knowledge with this engaging quiz! They’ll answer five multiple choice questions about shaded pie charts, checking their understanding as they learn to connect 2-D fraction models to numbers.

14. Decimal Operations

Master adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals with this one-pager! Designed for advanced learners in grades fifth, sixth, and seventh, this practice sheet offers a comprehensive review of decimal operations.

After answering the 21 questions, students receive their results as part of a 3-star system and can review which questions they answered correctly. They can then attempt the worksheet again for a chance to improve their score and get all three stars!

15. Math Review: Multi-Digit Division

Level up learning with this set of 30 long division problems! Fifth and sixth graders will boost their arithmetic skills by solving the three and four-digit division problems in this Interactive Worksheet. They have the option to write out their answers with a pencil or type them into the digital form.

16. Addition Under the Sea

This playful ocean-themed Interactive Worksheet helps kids work on two-digit by one-digit addition without regrouping. Encourage your child to practice the math they have learned and even introduce them to new concepts while exploring the sea and its creatures.

17. Count & Add Blocks

Stack up the building blocks of math with this Interactive Worksheet for first and second grade! Using counting blocks provides a tangible way for kids to understand abstract mathematical concepts. They’ll count the blocks and add the numbers together to solidify their two-digit addition skills.

18. Practice Test: Counting Money

Prepare your student for the real-world applications of math with this coin counting practice test! They’ll total up groups of coins and solve thought-provoking word problems about money math.

The digital version of this worksheet has a “token select” format, meaning that kids will click on their answer to each question and press “submit” to see if their selection was correct!

19. Simple Addition and Subtraction

Go back to the basics using this first-grade Interactive Worksheet! Students can solve 24 simple one-digit addition and subtraction equations and grow their comfort with foundational arithmetic skills.

20. PEMDAS

Help students master the order of operations with this Interactive Worksheet on PEMDAS! Designed for grades fifth and sixth, this digital tool briefly explains PEMDAS and then asks students to practice solving 9 unique equations, testing their knowledge of parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction.

More Interactive Worksheets

In addition to these top 20, we have 1,500+ Interactive Worksheets on Education.com covering subjects like math, English, science, social studies, art, and social-emotional learning for grades PreK through 8th!

Read the following blog about Interactive Worksheets to learn more.

Is your child looking for more math practice? To celebrate the importance of math, we’re unlocking 1 free worksheet and 1 free game per grade level (PreK-8th) every week in April.

Click through this week’s free math worksheets and games on our Math Month page.