# Printing Practice Materials

Who can do this with default capabilities?

MathsFacts in a Flash offers flash cards, worksheets and charts you can print and reproduce for your students to use in your class or to send home with them for additional practise.

• Level Practice Worksheet: This is a worksheet with maths problems from a level you choose. You also choose the number of problems (10, 20, 30 or 40) and if the problems are presented in a vertical or horizontal format. The worksheet can include a number line at the bottom of the page.
• Level Practice Flash Cards: These are flash cards from a level you choose. Students can cut the flash cards apart and use them to learn their maths facts.
• Count in Fours Worksheet: This worksheet can help students practise and learn to count in fours from 4 through 100.
• Count in Threes Worksheet: This worksheet can help students practise and learn to count in threes from 3 through 99.
• Even Numbers Worksheet: This worksheet can help students practise and learn the even numbers from 2 through 100.
• Odd Numbers Worksheet: This worksheet can help students practise and learn the odd numbers from 1 through 99.
• Random Numbers Worksheet: This chart lists numbers from 1 through 100 with random numbers missing. It can help your students learn number sequences from 1 to 100. Every time you generate this worksheet, it will have different numbers missing.
• Adding 2 Numbers Up to 10 Chart: This chart can help students practise and learn their addition facts from 0 + 0 through 10 + 10.
• Hundred Chart: This chart lists all the numbers from 1 through 100. It makes it easy for students to learn number sequences from 1 to 100.
• Multiplication Square (to 12) Chart: This chart can help students practise and learn their multiplication facts from 0 × 0 through 12 × 12.
1. On the Home page, select MathsFacts in a Flash, then Assignment Book. The Assignment Book page opens.

2. If necessary, select a school and class from the drop-down lists.
3. On the left side of the page, under Activities, select Print Practice.
4. The Print Practice page opens. This page lists the flash cards, worksheets and charts you can print.
5. Select the Level drop-down list and choose the level you want to print. Then, select the other drop-down list and choose both the number of problems and whether you want the problems to be in a horizontal or vertical format. If desired, un-tick the Include Number Lines when applicable box (by default, this is ticked). Finally, select Level Practice Worksheet.

Select the Level drop-down list and choose the level you want to print. Then, select Level Practice Flash Cards.

To print any of the other items, select the item's name.

6. The item generates and displays in Adobe Reader, either in your browser or in another window. If it opens in a browser window, to save or print it, use the Adobe Reader buttons. If you try to use the browser's print function instead, only the top of the page will print. (In Adobe Reader X and XI, the Adobe Reader buttons may be hidden until you move the mouse over the bottom center of the document or press F8.)