Year 1 Maths worksheets by School Year
Can you use the number square to complete these calculations?
Use this slithery number line to help you solve these problems!
How good are you at counting backwards? Put the number Milly is holding in your head then count back. Write the number you get to in the box.
Class 1PF have done a survey about favourite fruits. Can you read the chart and answer the questions?
Ben and Bella are twins. They have to have the same amount of everything or they begin to get cross! Work out these word problems, then write down the double calculation you did…
Do you like solving problems? See if you can answer these addition problems using numbers up to 20.
Do you know your number bonds to 10 without having to think about them? Put a tick or cross next to each calculation to show if they are right or wrong!
Some of these balloons have lost their numbers! Can you add the correct ones in?
This is a challenging game to help you practise adding and subtracting without writing down.
Cut out the strips, then make some shapes! If you prefer you could use drinking straws.
Ask a grown-up to time how long it takes you to say the answer to these questions. Then write some questions yourself and test an adult!
Cut out the shapes below and make some tessellating patterns. Tessellating is a big word, but it just means shapes that fit together without any gaps!
Draw a picture of a building, a person, an alien… anything you want! You must make sure you include plenty of actual shapes though. Once you’ve finished, label your picture using shape words.
Turn the cards face down on the table. Players must take turns picking up a number card and a word card, complete the calculation it suggests and write the answer. The winner is the player who writes the most correct answers after five turns.
The object of the game is to pick up a number and its double – that’s a pair! If you don’t pick up a pair you put the cards back on the table face down and continue to take turns. Players who pick pairs take them off the table and keep them. The winner is the person with the most cards at the end of the game.
Can you continue these patterns by drawing the next pictures in each sequence?
You are going to go on a treasure hunt around your house, finding things that are longer or shorter than other things. Then draw a picture of what you’ve found!
Max is in a muddle! He’s written these numbers down in the wrong order. Can you help him unjumble them and put them in order, from smallest number to largest?
Can you say whether each of these amounts is more or less than 20p? Can you find four different ways to make 10p using different coins.