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- Addition Practice Worksheet

This worksheet starts with 10 problems randomly created, one row. More problems can be added a row at a time, 5 problems. You can set the maximum number of digits from 2 to 7. - Subtraction Practice Worksheet (positive)

This worksheet starts with 10 problems randomly created, in five rows. All answers will be positive numbers. More problems can be added a 5 problems. You can set the maximum number of digits from 2 to 7. - Subtraction Practice Worksheet (positive & negative)

This worksheet starts with 10 problems randomly created, in five rows. Answers may be either positive or negative numbers. More problems can be added a 5 problems. You can set the maximum number of digits from 2 to 7. - Interactive Multiplication Table

Use this activity to practice your multiplication tables in a table format or print out a multiplication table reference sheet. - Multiplication Practice Worksheet:

This worksheet starts with 4 randomly created problems, one row. More problems can be added a row at a time, 4 problems. The top number can range from 1 to 7 digits and the lower number can range from 1 to 5 digits. The larger number will always be placed on top. - Division Practice Worksheet:

This worksheet starts with 8 randomly created problems, two rows. More problems can be added a row at a time, 4 problems. The dividend can range from 1 to 7 digits and the divisor can range from 1 to 5 digits. You may also be interested in my long division worksheet template at TpT. - Order of Operations Practice Worksheet:

This worksheet starts with 5 randomly created problems. More problems can be added in groups of 5. You can have from 1 to 7 operations per problem. Maximum and minimum values can be set for the numbers that make up this problem. - Finding Factors Practice Worksheet:

This worksheet starts with 12 randomly created problems with a maximum value of 20. You can adjust and reset the problems to your own parameters. - Finding Greatest Common Factor Practice Worksheet:

This worksheet starts with 6 randomly created problems with a maximum value of 10. You can adjust and reset the problems to your own parameters.