all Maths worksheets by Subject
A worksheet demonstrating how to use division to convert fractions to their simplest form. Answer sheet included.
Use these fun activities to help develop your child's knowledge of vocabulary related to time.
Your child can get their five (minutes of maths practice) a day with this worksheet. They need to match fruit and vegetables with numbers up to 6.
This activity gives your child practice at identifying a series of regular and irregular five- and six-sided shapes.
This handy worksheet will enable your child to identify fractions which are equal to 1/2, and apply that knowledge to a series of questions.
Are you ready for a challenge? Think of as many number bonds to 20 as you can. Ready, set, GO!
This is a Key Stage 1 maths worksheet. The download will help your child practise counting items and making patterns using everyday materials.
Real-life word problems to help your child practise using written methods for division.
A worksheet to help your child understand what the <, > and = symbols mean. It also helps with understanding of grams and kilograms.
A picture of a house incorporating various 2D shapes for children to colour in given colours.
Download and print this complete set of 2009 maths SATs papers and the associated mark scheme to assist your child in preparing for the Y6 tests.
This download explains what parallel lines are and encourages children to think about which examples fit the description.
Worksheet encouraging children to find co-ordinates for four quadrants. Answer sheet included.
Use this fun wordsearch to help develop your child's vocabulary with words associated with time.
Teach your child the correct vocabulary to describe location with this worksheet. Where are the cat and the dog - on, under, beside or in front of the table?
A set of cards to cut out and keep. Use them to play pairs, choosing two numbers that make 10, or why not keep a spare set handy to use as number bonds to 10 flashcards?
This problem-solving activity enables children to use their knowledge of numbers, patterns and calculation strategies to solve a problem. How many different-flavoured smoothies can your child invent? What will happen when the last-minute delivery of raspberries arrives?
A handy practice exercise to help your child master their number bonds to 20.
A pictogram is a simple way to organise data in which each object is represented by a picture of itself. Introduce your child to the concept and offer a fruit-tastic practice activity to help them understand the concept.