all Maths worksheets by Subject
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.
This maths Key Stage 1 activity will help your child to practise using vocabulary related to length, such as 'how long', 'centimetres', 'longer than' and 'shorter than'.
A 'fill in the gaps' worksheet to help your child practise their division and multiplication facts for the 4 times table.
A cutting out and sorting activity for children to practise their knowledge of rounding numbers up and down to the nearest ten.
This worksheet involves repeated addition problems with spaces for working out.
This activity encourages your child to measure your kitchen at home and then calculate its perimeter and area.
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.
Help your child count objects and match them to the correct digit (1-10).
Which shape am I? Your child can use the clues on this fun quiz sheet to identify the main 2D shapes. Answers are provided.
Practice identifying odd and even numbers with this colour in worksheet. Can your child see a pattern, and perhaps even be able to say the next number in the pattern?
This Year 2 maths download will help your child to recognise reflective symmetry in familiar 2D shapes and patterns.
This Year 1 maths worksheet will help your child to practise using vocabulary related to length.
Cut-out cards to help your child add two-digit numbers in their head.
A sorting activity for children to practise subtracting two-digit numbers in order to find out whether a number sentence is correct or not.
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.