Worksheets, study guides, and other materials that are intended to be "consumable" never satisfy the fair use requirements. These items ought never be used without permission of the copyright holder.
Single copying for teachers
Single copies may be made of any of the following by or for teachers at their individual request for scholarly research or use in teaching or preparation to teach a class:
Copies made under these guidelines may be used only by the individual professor for research or preparation.
If you answer "yes" to any of the following questions, obtain permission from the copyright holder prior to distributing material to students via photocopies, electronic copies, or copies in any other format:
When permission is required, obtain it by writing directly to the rights holder or by working with a copyright clearance provider such as Copyright Clearance Center or University Readers. Clearance and copying fees may be passed on to students, or they may be paid by the professor or the department requesting the clearance. Each department should adopt a consistent policy regarding the financial burden associated with copied materials.
Reprographics may duplicate copyrighted materials only when presented with a permission letter from the rights holder (or a clearance service) or a completed fair use analysis checklist. Permission letters specify the academic term for which permission has been granted, along with the total number of copies authorized by the rights holder.