Year 1 Maths worksheets by School Year
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.
Need some fun strategies to help your child's times tables stick? Our Times Tables Funpack offers puzzles and games galore. There are fairground ducks to hook, safe codes to decipher, dominoes to play with and more. Your child will be so busy puzzle-solving, they won't even realise they're putting their tables into practice.
Print off this easy Sudoku puzzle for your child to get to grips with how the game works; they'll only use numbers 1-4.
Take counting in 2s to the next level with this find-the-multiples worksheet. Make sure your child has a yellow pencil handy to colour in lots of alien eyes!
Add an extra learning dimension to family game time – try one of our Cool Maths board games and help reinforce your child's knowledge of number bonds, percentages and fractions while you play. Compiled by deputy headteacher Matt Revill and packed with 20 games, this maths learning pack covers all the key skills your child will need to master as part of the primary numeracy curriculum.
Feeling confident about all aspects of money is a fundamental life skill, and it’s all about applying mathematical knowledge to pounds and pence. From simple addition and subtraction to division, multiplication and decimal calculations, help your child practise their money maths with games, activities and worksheets, as well as teachers’ tips to support financial learning at home. But beware – you might have to play shops (a lot!), as well as rewarding calculator challenges with pocket money bonuses!
Draw lines to match the coins on this worksheet with the toys you could buy with them.
Cut out these paper coins, then practise ordering them from largest to smallest, and vice versa.
Your child will learn about half and quarter turns at school by physically turning their body and facing different parts of a room. Can they use their knowledge to solve these simple problems?
Using their choice of counter (Lego bricks, beds or chocolate buttons!) your child will need to find half of numbers by sharing counters equally into two boxes. A useful practical exercise to help your child understand the concept of halving.
Can a shape be cut into four pieces that are all the same shape and size? Help your child understand quarters with this practical worksheet.
Help your child understand whether shapes can be halved equally with this worksheet. They'll put theory into practice by cutting out shapes and folding them in half.
Foxed by fractions? Not any more! From the foundations of fractions learning in Reception to converting fractions to decimals and percentages in Year 6, our learning pack identifies everything your child needs to know in this tricky area. You’ll understand how fractions are taught using pictures, how to make the concept real for your child and revise the mathematical terminology (numerators, improper fractions, quotients and more). Of course, you might have to eat a few halves, quarters and eighths of pizzas or cakes with your child to help them learn… it’s a hard life, being a parent!
Knowing the number bonds to 10 gives a firm foundation to so many other mathematical areas, so it's vital your child has a good understanding. Give them a little extra practice with this practical worksheet.
This maths problem will help your child to practise adding and subtracting numbers mentally.
This worksheet is suitable for the Key Stage 1 level and will help your child to learn how to make estimates and use timing devices such as watches and clocks.
A worksheet giving word problems involving subtraction with space for working out and answers.