all Maths worksheets by Subject
A worksheet explaining how to work out which decimals are bigger, due to the place value of each digit. The sheet then gives examples to practise along with answers.
Number lines are used a lot in primary school maths. Show your Reception child how to practise using one to work out simple addition.
Help your child visualise and understand subtraction (or taking away). This worksheet uses pictures to make the concept clearer.
Your child can practice pairs - or should that be 'pears' to 10 with this fruity worksheet? How many different ways can the fruit be arranged in the pink and blue bowls?
This Year 2 maths worksheet will help your child to understand and identify odd and even numbers.
Water, water, everywhere - or there might be when your child is experimenting to test the capacity of different containers!
Cards to cut out and help your child to get quicker at remembering their 3 times table.
This worksheet requires children to use their knowledge of calculation and number symbols in order to work out which number sentences are correct.
Encourage your child to practise their 2x table by working out these party-themed word-problems.
A worksheet giving word problems involving subtraction with space for working out and answers.
This worksheet gives children an opportunity to practise multiplying various numbers (including decimals) by 100.
An exercise to practise rounding numbers to two decimal places with an explanation to support the task.
Identifying patterns is a key skill your child will learn in their early maths lessons. This worksheet asks them to use patterns of colour and discuss them with you.
Your child will love this game, especially when it is their turn to boss you around! The aim is to practise using words such as below, under, around and inside and reinforce their meaning.
Children will love the challenge of this practical worksheet/ activity designed to improve measuring and estimating ability. How many units of measurement can they think of, and how many household items can they measure?
This maths game will help your child to practise adding and subtracting numbers in their head. It is suitable for Key Stage 1 pupils.
This activity will help your child understand 3D shapes. We provide the nets of a cube, a cuboid, a cylinder and a prism. Help your child identify them and cut them out and stick them together to construct them.
This worksheet is a 'fill in the gaps' puzzle to help your child recall their multiplication and division facts of the 3 times table.
A worksheet designed to help children practise rounding numbers in the thousands to the nearest hundred.