all Maths worksheets by Subject
This worksheet consists of subtraction number sentences with a snake number line to help with working out.
Use this worksheet to practise adding four-digit numbers using the column method.
Use this worksheet to practise rounding measurements of length to the nearest whole number.
Can your child recognise a square, triangle or circle? Look at the different shapes together and ask them to colour them in.
In, on, over, under, inside, outside... all concepts your child will learn in their Reception year. Help reinforce their understanding by labelling things around the house as part of this activity.
You child will be able to identify the pairs of numbers that make ten with this number bonds worksheet.
This maths problem will help your child to practise adding and subtracting numbers mentally.
Introduce the concepts of odd and even to your child with this worksheet, which helps them practise grouping #sweets#. Even more fun when done with the real thing!
Cards to cut out and use to help your child speed up with remembering their 4 times table.
A worksheet for practising rounding numbers in the hundreds to the nearest ten.
A worksheet designed to help your child practise their 5 and 10 x table involving money.
Worksheet involving subtraction questions using the words 'subtract', 'take away' and 'take from'.
This worksheet provides lots of sums for children to do in order to practise their column addition.
This worksheet involves real-life word problems that need to be solved using column addition. All the numbers used have three or four digits.
Practise estimating numbers by doing an experiment and guessing how many pegs you can hold in your hand. Repeat the experiment using marbles and enter the data in a table.
Can your child compare different heights and pick the shortest or tallest person? Help them practise with this colourful worksheet, then try out their new skill on family members or stuffed toys.
A quick and practical worksheet activity to test your child's knowledge of measurement. Work together to complete this quiz. How did you do?
This engaging activity is an excellent practical resource for your child to build on their understanding of measurement by making their very own hand and foot measuring sticks. Make the sticks, then set them loose around the house to measure away to their hearts' content! Helps with mathematical vocabulary too!
This printable download will help your child to practise number bonds to 10 and working with the number system. It is suitable for children at Year 1 level and a parent or carer can supervise.