|To use this worksheet generator, start by selecting a book from the first list, then a lesson from the "Starting Lesson" dropdown list. If you want worksheets on a range of topics, you may also choose a lesson from the "Ending Lesson" list. For now, choices are limited to lessons that deal primarily with computation, and the lessons end at PreAlgebra Lesson 8.
If you choose only one lesson, there is a greater likelihood that you will see some repeated problems on the page. This is because the problems are generated automatically. A wider range of problems will be less likely to generate repeats.
After making a selection, click the "Make Worksheet" button, and a printable worksheet will be generated. If you have a popup blocker, you may need to disable it for this to work. For an answer key, click the "Make Answer Key" button after printing the worksheet. Or, you can just click the "Make Both" button to have the worksheet and answer key made in one step.
There is now the option to choose how many rows and columns there are on a page. Just choose the desired quantity from the respective lists.
Regarding word problems: Since these problems are generated randomly, there's no easy way to add word problems and be sure that they make sense. If you need more word problems, you may be able to find some through an online search.