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New Tool: The Math Problem Generator

April 15, 2021
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With our math problem generator, teachers can quickly create sets of math problems to help students practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Answers are just a click away, making this a flexible tool that can easily be used throughout the day!

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How does it work?

The math problem generator lets teachers create custom sets of math problems with answers just a click away. 

The answers can be revealed one by one (by clicking the eye symbol next to the problem you want to solve) or as a set (by clicking “Answers”). If you want to see a new set of problems, simply click “generate.”

Math Problem Generator

You determine the types of math problems shown by making a selection in the settings menu. You have multiple options to choose from which allows you to generate math problems for all levels.

On the left side of the settings you find the general options, like the number of problems to show (1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15 or 20). You also are given extra options that relate to specific math problems, like regrouping within addition and subtraction.

On the right side of the settings you select the type of math problem (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division). You select the type of problem by setting a checkmark by that type, and select the range in which the math problem may be found (to 10, 100, etc.). You can also choose specific times tables or division tables.

Tip: Instead of a set of math problems, you can also use this tool to show a single math problem. This means you have a quick and easy math problem generator that you can use during a lesson or to focus on a specific skill.

Math Lessons from Gynzy

The math problem generator is just one tool in our Library that helps teachers deliver engaging math lessons to students.

Our math lessons and activities are designed to be used on any interactive whiteboard or projector that's available in the classroom.

While putting together your math lessons, consider trying our fun math games as a way to give students another chance to practice new concepts!

About the author Nick SanGiacomo
Nick SanGiacomo
Nick enjoys writing and helping teachers get the most out of their interactive whiteboards using Gynzy. Additionally, he enjoys his side-gig of dog-sitting in his leisure time!

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