And you can save even more time by grading multiple papers at once! Grading an entire classrooms papers takes only minutes!
The numbers on the left (in this example 1-10 and 11-15) tell the number of problems missed while the numbers in the boxes give the score. So for example, if a student missed 7 problems, they would score a 53. If they missed 12 problems, they would score a 20. Give it a try and within minutes you'll wonder how you ever lived without it!
These worksheets are good for introducing a concept or for reinforcing it with lower level learners.
These worksheets are usually the right difficulty for most students. They are similiar to the easy sheets, but with larger numbers.
These worksheets are for the more advanced students. They often require higher level thinking or more general knowledge about a variety of topics or concepts.
These worksheets are modified for the needs of lower level learners. They'll often have an answer bank, multiple choice instead of fill in the blank or other modifications to meet different students needs.
With the different choices you can customize the worksheets to your class!
2. Now that we've found the worksheet we want, you can either click on the example which will take you to the first worksheet OR you can select a different worksheet from the drop down menu to the right.
3.After you get to your worksheet you can either hold 'ctrl' and press 'p' on your keyboard to print it. Or you can save it or print it using the control bar at the top of the page.
4. And now you've got your worksheet!