Year 1 Maths worksheets by School Year
Let's go shopping! Can you work out how much it will cost to buy these items?
Are you good with money? See if you can solve these word problems and work out how much change you would get?
Can you use this slithery number line to help you solve these subtraction problems?
Select six toys from your house. Cut out these price tags and place one on each of the different toys. Can you do some money maths? Invite your mum or dad to your shop and ask them to buy something from you, too!
Can you work out how won this race, and which cars came second, third, fourth, fifth or sixth? In the star shapes, write 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th. Under each car write first, second, third, fourth, fifth or sixth. Two have been done for you!
Partitioning numbers means breaking them down into units, tens, hundreds and more. Can you partition the numbers below into tens and units (or ones)?
How quickly can you answer these mental maths questions? Get an adult to time you! On your marks, get set...
Cut out the cards. Put some Blu Tack on the back of them, then go on a measurement trail around your house. What items could be described by the words? Stick your cards on them!
Can you work out these measurement problems? Draw pictures to help you visualise the problems.
Cut out the number cards and arrange them, face down, on a table. Take turns to turn over a card without showing the other player, who has to ask yes/no questions in order to guess the number on the card within 10 questions.
An estimate is a clever guess. It’s a guess that you think carefully about before making. Have a look at your ruler. Can you find 3cm? Can you estimate whether each of the items below is shorter or longer than 3cm? Write your estimate underneath the picture.
Can you double and halve the amounts in the purses? Show the answers as coins in the empty purses (trace around real coins to draw them!).
Find these objects in your house, then search around your home or garden for things that are lighter and heavier. Fill out the chart, finding something that is heavier and lighter than each of the objects.
Here are some rather funny aliens. Can you measure them from head to toes (if they have any!) using a ruler? Under each alien write their length in centimetres.
This is a calculation machine! It’s set to programme Add 10 today. Every number that goes in gets 10 added to it. Choose some numbers to go into the machine, then use the 100 square to add 10 to each one. Remember: you don’t need to count along 10 to add 10 to your number, just drop down one row on the 100 square.
Cut out these shape names. Can you organise them into two piles, one for 2D and one for 3D? Look around the room. Can you find an object to match each shape card? Stick the card to the object with Blu Tack!
A number thief has stolen some of the numbers on this 100 square! How fast can your child write in the missing digits in the correct order?
How good are you at counting money? Can you combine these coins and fill the purse?
Can you work out what all these 2D shapes are? Read the clue and draw the shape!