Numbers and counting
Recognising numbers, learning to count and becoming really confident with numbers are skills your child will continue to develop the whole way through primary school.
In this section of the site you'll find lots of worksheets to help with numbers and counting, including reading and writing numbers, using number lines, number bonds, number squares and number sequences, counting objects, odd and even numbers, rounding numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 and comparing and ordering numbers, positive and negative numbers and much, much more.
Maths revision – the fun way! Our Year 1 maths booster pack covers all the main maths topics your child will learn in the first year of KS1 to help them practise their skills. Use the colourful worksheets to boost your child's confidence with number bonds, telling the time, simple addition and subtraction and first story problems, or try some of the suggested extension activities to consolidate what they've learnt at school.
Number bonds... counting in ‘hops’... using grids and number lines... this is the norm for our kids, but it means very little to us. That's because maths lessons today take on a rather different form to those from our own school days. Forget tedious hours of solving endless sums; The Parents' Guide to Year 2 Maths ebook, packed with great maths games and activities, will guide you through everything you need to know for maths in Year 2 and help your child towards KS1 SATs success.