all Maths worksheets
This worksheet will help your child to practise adding negative numbers. It includes a number line to demonstrate the process.
Practise subtracting negative numbers with a Year 6 worksheet.
This fun maths worksheet will help your child to estimate and check times using a simple timer, watch or clock.
Once your child can count to ten they need to practise counting objects and writing numbers. This simple matching activity is suitable for Reception children.
Mathematical vocabulary can be confusing, so help your child master some measurement terms with this activity. Cut out the words and attach them to the animals. Which animal is the largest? The lightest? The tallest?
A game to make and play! Help your child to stick and cut out the shapes and then take turns to describe a shape for the other to guess. Start with three or four shapes, and progress as your child becomes more and more skilled. Brilliant for helping children identify the main features of 2D shapes
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 mathematics worksheet will help your child to estimate, measure using a ruler and gain an understanding of centimetres.
A worksheet to encourage your child to use their knowledge of chunking when dividing in order to work out whether a number sentence is correct or not.
An activity involving adding two-digit numbers in order to determine whether a number sentence is correct.
Worksheet with circular diagrams for your child to add arrows demonstrating clockwise and anti-clockwise.
This activity encourages your child to explore probability, by answering questions on some given results and then making their own spinning top.
Use this game to generate numbers and then round them to two decimal places.
This worksheet will give your child practice in carrying out column addition with three- and four-digit numbers.
This worksheet will help your child to record estimates and readings from weighing scales.
Long, short, tall and wide... Help your child use correct measurement vocabulary with this worksheet.
A worksheet for budding artists! Can you draw a tall flower and a taller tree? What about a small ant? Children will be asked to produce a piece of artwork using the description and then improve their knowledge of correct measurement vocabulary by describing their picture back to others.
Practise estimating measurements is a Key Stage 1 worksheet and it will help your child improve their maths skills by making some muffins.
This mathematics download will help your child to practise the vocabulary associated with capacity, eg. 'This container holds more water than that container'. It is aimed at Key Stage 1 pupils and a parent or carer should help the child.