Are you a math whiz who loves creating math worksheets for others to practice their skills? Did you know there are ways you can make money off this skill? Why not turn this passion of creating math worksheets into a profitable business while helping others better their math skills!

First and foremost, it is important to remember that you need to create high-quality, original worksheets that students will find useful. There are lots of worksheets out there so it is important for yours to stand out from the crowd. Next make sure the questions you include in your math worksheets are aligned with the curriculum of the students you are making them for. Lastly, it is a really good idea to include a mix of questions of varying difficulty to make the content interesting for your students!

Take a look at our Math Worksheets page for some ideas of the worksheets to inspire you!

Now that you are ready to start selling your worksheets, there are a few websites, platforms and other resources you can use to market your new content. Some popular options include:

1. Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers pay Teachers is the number 1 marketplace for education content. Educators, teachers and tutors can buy and sell educational resources, including math worksheets. If you start expanding your content empire, this would be a great place to grow.

Bundling your math worksheets and selling them in a pack is a good option on Teachers Pay Teachers. Bundles sell for between $10 - $30 each depending on the amount of worksheets and quality of each bundle.

2. E-junkie

E-Junkie is a digital goods marketplace that has the tagline “Products you'll never find on Amazon!”. You’ll find other similar digital products, like e-books and digital arb but it is a great place to market your math worksheets.

3. Sellfy

In a similar way to E-junkie, Sellfy allows you to market your own digital goods through your own online store. This is a great option if you want to start a brand for your math worksheet content.

To apply for a job on Upwork, all you need to do is create a profile and start applying for math tutoring jobs by sending through proposals about your offerings. If the customer likes your bid, then you’ve got the job!

4. Your own Website or Blog

Your own website or blog. This is a more difficult option since you would need to do your own marketing to drive traffic to your website to sell your worksheets. Websites like, however, make setting up a website easy and with a simple website, a few samples of your worksheets, a price list and a checkout you will be up and running in no time!

5. Amazon or Etsy

Although not specific for digital goods, Amazon and Etsy are also two great options for you to sell your math worksheets. Etsy is a bit more specific for independent sellers so it might be the place to start first.

While it may be tempting to quickly create some math worksheets and spin them up on these websites, the most important thing to remember is to create high-quality, original worksheets that are aligned with current curriculum standards in order to be successful.