EYFS Maths worksheets by School Year
Help your child become familiar with money from their Reception year with this worksheet which practises simple addition (add one).
Help your child learn and use the correct words when they are describing where things are. Is an object below, in or on another object?
Get the crayons and pencils out and ask your child to draw a few simple addition problems. Can they add teddies, trees and cakes? This worksheet is suitable for Reception children who are learning how to add one.
This picture of a house is made up of loads of different shapes. Can your child spot them all and count them? A brilliant puzzle to help boost shape-recognition skills.
Help your child understand how addition works with the help of pictures. You can also replicate this idea with their favourite toy or even some chocolate buttons (though they might be more suited to subtraction practice!).
As your child gets to grips with number lines in Reception and Y1, help them try some basic calculations. This worksheet offers some subtraction problems to solve using a number line.
Number lines are used a lot in primary school maths. Show your Reception child how to practise using one to work out simple addition.
Help your child visualise and understand subtraction (or taking away). This worksheet uses pictures to make the concept clearer.
Identifying patterns is a key skill your child will learn in their early maths lessons. This worksheet asks them to use patterns of colour and discuss them with you.
Your child will love this game, especially when it is their turn to boss you around! The aim is to practise using words such as below, under, around and inside and reinforce their meaning.
Can your child recognise a square, triangle or circle? Look at the different shapes together and ask them to colour them in.
In, on, over, under, inside, outside... all concepts your child will learn in their Reception year. Help reinforce their understanding by labelling things around the house as part of this activity.
Can your child compare different heights and pick the shortest or tallest person? Help them practise with this colourful worksheet, then try out their new skill on family members or stuffed toys.
This practical and fun activity will enable your child to measure the snakes with string and compare the lengths using mathematical language.
Three number lines to help your child understand the order that ones and tens go up in. Also useful for thinking about numbers in between multiples of ten.
This worksheet encourages your child to think about subtracting one from ten with the use of pictures.
Number lines, the counting on method and 'borrowing' numbers are all covered in our guide to subtraction, a complete overview of what your child will be taught about 'taking away' numbers at school.