Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) January 12, 2007
A free Math Worksheet Generator is now available to teachers, from the creators of MathScore. In less than five minutes, a teacher can customize an addition, subtraction, multiplication or division worksheet tailored to the skill level of an individual or group of students. To use this time-saving math resource, which launched in January 2007, all teachers need is access to the Internet and a printer.
The randomly generated worksheets can be customized in a number of ways, simply by answering the questions in the Math Worksheet Generator found at the link provided below. Teachers can select the number of problems that appear on a page, the high and low factors to be used, and whether the problems should be limited to a specific subset of numbers, such as 2s and 5s paired with random numbers between 1 and 9.
Teachers also have the freedom to specify how many problems should be created for the worksheet, whether they should appear in a vertical or horizontal format, and what size typeface should be used. Larger fonts and fewer problems are recommended for younger students or for students struggling with mastery of specific math facts.
The Math Worksheet Generator gives teachers the option of assigning each worksheet a title and entering a student's name, particularly helpful if the sheet has been customized to a particular student. Immediately after creating a worksheet, teachers can print a corresponding answer sheet so that students can check their work, reinforcing the correct answers. Tips for printing both worksheets and answer sheets are provided on the website.
"I believe the flexibility of our tool will meet the needs of nearly every teacher who administers paper-based, timed math facts tests," says Steven Yang, founder and CEO of MathScore. While the Math Worksheet Generator can be used independently of the online MathScore practice environment, using the two together can greatly advance a student's total math proficiency. The MathScore practice environment has proven to be effective at raising student math proficiency and subsequently, their standardized test scores.
To create a customized math worksheet now, visit: http://www.mathscore.com/math/free/worksheets/freeMathWorksheetGenerators.html. To find out how MathScore can begin increasing student math proficiency in your school or district, visit http://www.mathscore.com.
Accurate Learning Systems Corporation
Based in Palo Alto, California, Accurate Learning Systems Corporation is committed to putting superior, skill-building learning environments in the hands of teachers, students, administrators, and parents. MathScore is a patent-pending, Internet-based math practice environment designed to raise student math achievement. MathScore is unique in its ability to supply an unlimited number of practice problems that are tailored to each student's capabilities and in its ability to provide teachers and parents with instant feedback. More information can be found at http://www.mathscore.com. MathScore and mathscore.com are trademarks of Accurate Learning Systems Corporation. All other brand and products referenced herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.