all Maths worksheets
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.
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.
Chunking, or repeated subtraction, is a way to tackle complex division problems. This worksheet offers a step-by-step guide to the technique and some calculations to practise it on.
Splitting big numbers can help your child learn to divide them correctly. Remind them to watch out for remainders!
This worksheet helps your child learn to set out their calculation using the long division method, then use it to solve division problems.
Help your child tackle simple division problems, practising how to translate a story problem into a number sentence.
Review the column multiplication technique and consolidate the learning with plenty of practice. Don't forget to carry over numbers from one column to the next!
The multiplication grid method is a simple technique to help children learn to multiply big numbers. Review the technique with this worksheet and then put it into practice.
One of the multiplication techniques your child will be taught is the grid method. This worksheet will help your child revise the method and practise solving multiplication problems.
An array is a different way of visualising multiplication. Can your child complete these multiplication sentences using their knowledge of arrays?
Column addition practice is much easier if your child is using a grid to help them keep the units, tens, hundreds and thousands in the right place value columns! Working through this worksheet will help them test the technique.
'Carrying' numbers from one place value column to another is an important part of column addition. Help your child master the skill with this worksheet, which offers a plain-English guide to the technique and then exercises to complete to consolidate the learning.
Column addition is taught in two stages, and this worksheet offers a step-by-step overview of the technique (it'll be familiar from your own school days, but a refresher always comes in handy!). Your child will need good place value skills to complete the addition problems; column addition grids have been provided to help them.
Counting on in hops and number lines are the methods used to solve these addition calculations. This worksheet offers your child a step-by-step reminder of the technique and then lots of addition problems to practise on.