Year 1 Maths worksheets
Help your child practise writing numbers from 1 to 10 with our handwriting worksheet. There are guide numbers and dotted line versions to follow so you can check they are forming each digit correctly.
Time-telling practice for Y1 children: reading and writing the time to the hour on blank clock faces. Remind them to check the length of their hours and minutes hands!
Can your child read the time on a digital clock and a clock face? Help them match digital and analogue time notation with this simple worksheet for Y1 students.
Help your child practise telling the time on a digital and analogue clock with this matching activity. They will learn to read and write time to the hour and half hour in Year 1.
Can your child match these watches with 'o'clock' they show? A simple worksheet to help boost their confidence in telling the time.
Maths revision – the fun way! Our Year 1 maths booster pack covers all the main maths topics your child will learn in the first year of KS1 to help them practise their skills. Use the colourful worksheets to boost your child's confidence with number bonds, telling the time, simple addition and subtraction and first story problems, or try some of the suggested extension activities to consolidate what they've learnt at school.
Your child will learn to tell the time to the hour and half hour in Year 1. Boost their confidence with some practical half-past-the-hour practice.
Use this worksheet to consolidate Y1 time-telling skills. Your child will need to write in the correct clock hands on each blank clock face, remembering to make the hour hand and the minute hand the right size.
Once your child has mastered telling the time to the hour and half hour help them revise with this practice worksheet, packed with blank clock faces to complete correctly.
The best way to teach your child to tell the time is to relate it to real life. Help them understand how time governs their day with this matching worksheet; they'll need to complete the clock faces to show when they get up, go to school, eat and sleep.
Help your child practise their time-telling skills (to the half hour) by drawing hours and minutes hands onto blank clock faces.
A great practice activity for newly confident clock-watchers: can they match the digital and analogue clocks which show the same time?
A colourful worksheet to help your child practise telling the time to the half hour with a matching activity. Suitable for Y1 learners.
Can your child read the time to the half hour on these clock faces and write it in words? A simple telling-the-time practice worksheet for children in Y1.
Help your child practise reading the time on a clock face and then writing it in words with this simple worksheet, suitable for Y1 children who are beginning to learn to tell the time.
Can your child recite the months of the year in the correct order? Help them practise with this simple cutting and sorting activity.
A simple cutting and sorting activity to help your child learn the correct order of the days of the week.
Reading time to the hour on an analogue clock: a simple worksheet for children who are beginning to learn to tell the time correctly in year 1.
This test doesn't need to be timed, but will help your child become familiar with mental maths exams and the skills they'll need to answer the questions quickly and accurately.
For primary school students, mental maths is more than being able to work out sums in their head without writing anything down. It's an important skill that incorporates all of the maths concepts they learn, and that they'll be tested on throughout the primary-school years. Help your child gain confidence and accuracy in mental maths with tests targeted at their year group, plus a comprehensive guide for parents on what mental maths is all about.