Reception Maths worksheets by School Year
Simple capacity word problems for Reception children.
This activity is designed to help your child understand and use the vocabulary of distance and to practise solving practical problems.
Help your child sort the objects into a symmetrical group and an asymmetrical (non-symmetrical) group to consolidate their knowledge of symmetry.
This butterfly playing cards game will help your child to recognise when items are symmetrical.
This worksheet is designed to help your child practise their division problem-solving skills.
Sharing is a practical skill and is your child’s first step towards understanding division. In Reception, children are expected to be able to share a group of objects equally.
This game is designed to help your child practise the skill of finding one less than a given number.
This game is about looking at numbers and getting used to moving along a number line / ladder. Don’t worry about the vocabulary of adding and subtracting, just count on and back and discuss the numbers as you go. It’s a race to the stars!
This worksheet is designed to help your Reception child solve first weighing and measuring problems.
This activity is designed to consolidate your child’s understanding of numbers, addition and subtraction and gently introduces the concept of number bonds.
This activity is designed to help your child to understand and practise halving quantities up to 20.
This activity is designed to help your child to understand and practise halving quantities up to 10.
This worksheet is designed to support and reinforce your Reception child’s skills and understanding around finding one less than a given number.
A maths board game for Reception children, designed to help them find doubles and halves of numbers and quantities up to 20. It will help children recognise the relationship between doubling and halving.
This Reception numbers and counting game is designed to help your child to find doubles and halves of numbers and quantities up to 10. It will also help your child to recognise the relationship between doubling and halving.
A game designed to to introduce children to ordinal numbers, which tell us an item’s position in a list (for example, first, second or third).
Help your child practise comparing quantities and reinforce the language of more and less or fewer with this penny-counting worksheet.
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When each of these caterpillars turns into a butterfly the number of spots it has doubles. Can you match up these caterpillars with their butterflies?