Year 1 Maths worksheets by School Year
How fast can you find all the pairs of numbers that make ten? Why not do it against the clock... can you improve your time with practice?
This Year 1, Key Stage 2 maths download will help your child identify shapes in the world around them, as well as introducing the concept of tessellating shapes.
This is a Key Stage 1 maths worksheet. The download will help your child practise counting items and making patterns using everyday materials.
Your child can practice pairs - or should that be 'pears' to 10 with this fruity worksheet? How many different ways can the fruit be arranged in the pink and blue bowls?
Practise estimating measurements is a Key Stage 1 worksheet and it will help your child improve their maths skills by making some muffins.
This numeracy worksheet will help your child to develop their numeracy skills by encouraging them to make and organise a table. It focuses on helping your child to develop their data handling skills and understanding.
Children will love the challenge of this practical worksheet/ activity designed to improve measuring and estimating ability. How many units of measurement can they think of, and how many household items can they measure?
This maths worksheet will help your child to be able to suggest suitable equipment for measuring. It is aimed at Y1 pupils and should be supervised by a parent.
This worksheet activity will help your child to understand how long a second and a minute are and use their knowledge to write simple poetry.
An array is a different way of visualising multiplication. Can your child complete these multiplication sentences using their knowledge of arrays?
Help your child solve subtraction problems (up to 20) with the help of number lines and counting back in 'hops', the techniques they'll be learning at school.
This worksheet consists of an empty number line for you to add your own numbers to. The number line then needs to be cut up and muddled up for your child so that they can re-arrange it into its original order.
In KS1 maths your child will learn to calculate using a number square. Print out our versions (plain, jungle-themed and very colourful!) to help them practise addition and subtraction at home.