Using Math Images on offers an extensive collection of math images along with free printable and Common Core aligned worksheets using them. Recent additions to our database of images include decimal gridsdigital clocks, rulersinequalities, box plots and histograms.

These build upon the wide selection of math graphics on, including images for:
ArithmeticPictographs, Fractions, Base Ten Blocks

MeasurementClocks, Money, Protractors, Rulers, Thermometers, Statistics and Probability

AlgebraLines, Tiles, Graphs and Functions

Geometry3-D Shapes, Angles, ProtractorsCircles, Polygons, Triangles, NetsArea, Perimeter, and Volume, Symmetry and Transformations

To find questions already created that use math images, view our Questions with Images page to browse through each category.  Be sure to look for the newest questions featuring clocks, inequalities, and decimals.

When creating math questions and tests with images, remember that they can:

Parents with young children and early education teachers will enjoy our free, number coloring worksheets and hands-on clip-cards featuring images of shapes, colors, and numbers.

Help Teaching subscribers can use all our existing questions with images or create their own questions using our extensive image library. In addition, subscribers may upload their own custom images to use in questions and worksheets.

Visit to browse our collections of math worksheets and math lessons or create questions and worksheets that meet your teaching needs.

Related Topics:
How to Write Higher-Order Math Questions
How To Use Questions with Images
How to Format Math Equations
How to Customize Your Tests Created on
How to Find Questions on
How to Write Good Test Questions

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