Reception Maths worksheets by School Year
Practise writing lots of 7s in your best handwriting!
Practise writing lots of 6s in your best handwriting!
Practise writing lots of 5s in your best handwriting!
Practise writing lots of 4s in your best handwriting!
Practise writing lots of 3s in your best handwriting!
Practise writing lots of 2s in your best handwriting!
Practise writing lots of 1s in your best handwriting!
Ask your child to cut out the pictures and think about which heading they go under. Once they have placed them under the headings, ask them to give you a verbal sentence explaining what they do and when, for example: ‘In the morning, I eat breakfast.’
Can you work out how long it takes to do each of these activities?
Number lines are vertical versions of number lines, used in primary-school maths to help children become familiar with our number system and perform simple calculations like addition and subtraction.
Number lines are an essential tool in primary-school maths. Print out our colourful versions for use with your child at home, or use them as inspiration to help your child design (and perhaps decorate) their own number line.
In Reception your child will develop the foundations of all their future numeracy work, learning to count accurately, add, subtract, order numbers correctly and use mathematical language. Find out where to support their learning at home with our Reception maths Progress check, then plan lots of numbers fun to boost their confidence.
How many of each of these things can you do in one minute? How many can you do in three minutes? Ask your mum or dad to time you with a stopwatch!
Can you cut out these 10 sausages and colour them in? Do you know this song? Use your coloured sausages to show what happens as you sing – ask you mum or dad for a real pan to toss your bangers in (safely off the stove!).
Can you find the longest, thinnest, tallest, smallest or widest? Then see if you can draw something long, thin, small and wide.
Something is symmetrical when it is the same on both sides. Can you make this butterfly symmetrical by drawing the same patterns on its wings on both sides?
Can you spot the missing number on the hedgehog, the balloon, the beach ball and the car? What about on the star?
Cut out these dolls, cars and sweets. Can you share them between you and your mum or dad? Say “one for me, one for you” as you hand them out!
Ask your mum or dad to cut out this template and make it into a die for you. Can you roll it and draw an amount of something? For example, Ella rolled a 6. She drew 6 flowers.