Math-Drills.Com Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to the questions that are frequently asked by Math-Drills.Com users including how to contact us and how to use the website. Please direct other questions to the e-mail address in question #1.

Question #1: How do I contact Math-Drills.Com with my questions, suggestions, comments, or other input?

Please see our Feedback Page

Question #2: May I use your math worksheets?

Yes. Please see our Terms of Use for the long answer to this question.

Question #3: How can I cancel my subscription or get a refund?

The only subscription Math-Drills offers is to our email newsletter and there is no fee. Use the unsubscribe link in a recent email or reply to the address in the email with your request.

Question #4: How can I view, print and save the worksheets on Math-Drills.Com?

In order to view our math worksheets, you need to have a pdf viewer installed in your browser. Most modern browsers already have a PDF reader/printer included. For offline viewing, you might want to install Adobe Reader. The website works well in Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, Opera and modern Android and iOS browsers with no need for any plug-ins or extensions. Older browsers such as Internet Explorer are not supported.

Question #5: Where are the answers?

In general, the answer keys are on the second page of the "teacher" version of the worksheet. There are some exceptions for worksheets that do not require answer keys or for some special worksheets where the PDF documents are more than two pages long.

Question #6: Why are there ads on is an ad-supported website. It costs a tremendous amount of money to keep this website running, to develop new math worksheets and to ensure the website's future. We chose to use an ad-support model to allow as many people as possible to use our math worksheets. For more information about our ads and how you can support Math-Drills, please read this: Support Math-Drills.

Question #7: I found an error or some other issue with a worksheet. What should I do?

Please contact us (see question 1). By letting us know about errors and other issues, you help in building a higher quality resource for parents, teachers, and other educators. If possible, copy and paste the link to the page in question into your email.

Please contact us (see question 1) for more information about advertising on Please note that we are not interested in pop-ups, text links, reciprocal links, video ads, or other types of advertising that would affect our user experience.


Question #10: Aren't math drills bad?

We've heard that rumor as well, but there isn't a lot of truth to it. The old adage that practice makes perfect is time-tested and well-researched. You wouldn't expect an Olympic sprinter would be able to skip practice. You also wouldn't expect that a concert pianist would get anywhere without practice. Nor would you hire a carpenter with no experience or practice. It is much the same with math skills; in order to get good at them, there needs to be some practice and that is exactly what our math worksheets provide. If you are unsure of how to use our math worksheets appropriately, please visit the American Psychological Association on how to practice, but not "drill and kill."

Question #11: Why don't I see the Other Versions section?

The short answer is that your ad-blocker is blocking some functionality of the website. To fix it, white list the website or read on:

The sole source of revenue for Math-Drills is by showing ads to our visitors. The trade-off for getting free math worksheets without having to pay subscription fees or paying for the math worksheets is that you have to tolerate a few ads. Our ads are as non-intrusive as possible, but they may sometimes get in the way for a few seconds. If you are concerned about tracking, simply deny cookies and no tracking cookies will be set. Alternatively, you can disable third-party cookies in your browser settings.

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