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Maths Mentals Generator

Teach Starter Publishing Suitable for years:  F - 6

Easily create daily maths mentals worksheets for your students to complete.

Our amazing Maths Mentals Generator widget will save you bucket loads of time with your planning and prep! These age-appropriate maths questions will keep your students’ brains firing. Number, shape, chance and data… your students will have no excuse for not practicing their maths general knowledge.

How to Use the Maths Mentals Generator in Your Classroom

Select when and how frequently to test your students! With this wonderful math questions generator you can choose the days of the week to hold a test, as well as the number of weeks you want to run your maths mental quiz. For even more customisation, you can choose your school font and year level.

The maths problems widget is perfect to create a daily maths warm-up routine or as a pre-test to see how much knowledge your students have before you teach a new topic.

Instructions for Using the Maths Mentals Generator

Follow these simple steps to create your own random maths problems:

  1. Select the font, number of weeks, and days
  2. Adjust the question difficulty by changing the Year Level
  3. Click the download button in the top right hand corner
  4. Open the PDF file you have just downloaded in Adobe Reader

Check out our maths mental teaching resources for more ideas.

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  • Brittany Collins
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    Hi Amanda! Thanks for bringing this to our attention. I have passed on the information to the relevant team. Feel free to check out the Grade 1 option to see if it may be suitable in the meantime. :)

  • Tom (Teach Starter)
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    Hi Brooke, Thank you for letting us know, I will raise this with the team. In the meantime, I have found when you use Comic Sans (everyone's favourite), the questions are less likely to be cut off at the bottom. I understand that you are probably using the school fonts based on your state but I hope that helps while we get it fixed.

  • Tom (Teach Starter)
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    Hi Brooke, Thank you for letting us know, I will raise this with the team. In the meantime, I have found when you use Comic Sans (everyone's favourite), the questions are less likely to be cut off at the bottom. I understand that you are probably using the school fonts based on your state but I hope that helps while we get it fixed.