Addition Practice For Kids

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Max Digits:

Min Digits:

How Many?:

CarryOver?

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Click the gear icon at the top for settings. You can change the maximum and minimum number of digits, whether the problem should have carry-overs or not and how many numbers to add. If carry-overs are disabled, only two numbers will be shown and the minimum digits will be ignored for the second number.

The answer is automatically checked as soon as you are done. If the answer is wrong on the first try, you need to click the "Check Answer" button when you are done.

Multiplication Tables Practice For Kids

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Max Number:

Min Number:

How Many?:

Entire Table For A Number (Uncheck for random)

Highlight Errors?

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Instructions: Click on the gear icon for settings. Enter all the answers and click "Check Answers".

Since my Long Division post became one of my most visited pages on this site, I've decided to add some more math practice to my site. Here is my second script for practicing multiplication tables.

Long Division Practice For Kids

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Here is a script I wrote to make my son practice division. Other online division sites that I found were either cumbersome click wise or required plugins or did not have customizable number of digits or did not work on mobile devices. This script should work in any modern browser.

Click the Settings icon to change the number of digits from 3 to 10

Leading zeros in the answer are required. Subtracting zeros in the steps is also required. However, you can tab to the next cell during the steps and actually typing in a zero is not required.

The script only checks if the answer and remainder are correct, nothing else. It automatically checks the answer once complete. It shows the next problem as soon as the answer is correct. If the answer is wrong, you need to manually click, "Check Answer" after correcting your answer.

Feedback and comments are welcome if this helps you or if I can make this better.