There are two ways to change your password on My Worksheet Maker:
- If you can log into your account, click on "My Account" from the drop down menu on the top right, then click on the "password" section. From there, you can create, confirm, and save your new password.
- If you can't log into your account, go to My Worksheet Maker, click on 'Log In' in the top right corner, then click on the 'Forgot Password' tab. Type in the email associated with your My Worksheet Maker account and submit the form. You should receive an email with further reset instructions.
Password reset links are valid for 24 hours only and each link is unique. If you don't reset your password in 24 hours, you will need to request a new link.
Didn't receive a password reset email?
Here's what to do if you didn't receive a reset email:
- Double-check your email address. Review your email address for typos and confirm it is the email address attached to your account (sometimes people use a work or school email address instead of their personal address).
- Check your spam or 'Promotions' folders. Many email service providers automatically route emails containing links to alternate folders.
Note: Be aware that some school district email systems block emails from non-school email addresses, which also blocks password reset emails. If you use a school-issued email address and don't receive our messages, you may want to consider changing the email associated with your account. Contact support for more information.
- Whitelist My Worksheet Maker. Add My Worksheet Maker to your safe senders list to notify your email provider that you're expecting and want to receive our messages.
Note: If you have a school or district-issued email address, you may need to contact your school's IT department to whitelist My Worksheet Maker, so that you can reset your password.
Still not working?
If you've followed the steps above and still are unable to reset your password, please contact support and let us know what's not working. We'll do our best to assist you.
For security purposes, humans are unable to see or retrieve current passwords.