all Maths worksheets
A cutting out and sorting activity to help children practise subtracting two-digit numbers.
Incomplete number sequences for your child to fill in, helping them practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s.
This activity encourages children to toss a coin several times and then record the data in order to test a hypothesis about probability.
This worksheet encourages your child to estimate how long it takes them to do certain things throughout the day. They then need to time themselves doing these things and compare the results.
This worksheet gives a list of decimal numbers to round to the nearest whole number. It also gives tips on how to do this.
This mathematics worksheet will help your child to practise matching the full names and abbreviations of common standards of measure with the things we use to measure.
Patterns - they are everywhere you look! Boost early maths skills with this pattern-recognition worksheet.
This practical and fun activity will enable your child to measure the snakes with string and compare the lengths using mathematical language.
This practical and fun activity will enable your child to compare weights of two household objects to see which is the heaviest. Why not find other objects to compare as well?
This maths worksheet will help your child to be able to suggest suitable equipment for measuring. It is aimed at Y1 pupils and should be supervised by a parent.
This wordsearch activity will help your child to identify the words we use to talk about length.
Real-life word problems, useful for practising adding amounts of money.
This worksheet activity will help your child to understand how long a second and a minute are and use their knowledge to write simple poetry.
Incomplete number sequences for children to practise counting in tens.
This worksheet encourages children to test a hypothesis involving rolling dice several times. They are also encouraged to record their data in a systematic way.
This worksheet sets out the relationship between multiplication and division.
This worksheet gives examples of various decimal numbers that children need to add using the column method.
This numeracy download will help your child to become familiar with the approximate weight of different objects, practise recording weights using appropriate symbols and to organise and run a 'guess the weight' competition.
Maths by stealth! Your child will enjoy colouring, cutting out and arranging their bears so much that they will not even realise they are working on their pattern recognition skills.