all Maths worksheets by Subject
A worksheet to help your child understand an easy method for dividing a number with two decimal places by a whole number.
Help your child understand how addition works with the help of pictures. You can also replicate this idea with their favourite toy or even some chocolate buttons (though they might be more suited to subtraction practice!).
As your child gets to grips with number lines in Reception and Y1, help them try some basic calculations. This worksheet offers some subtraction problems to solve using a number line.
Sort the socks! These socks have got all muddled up. Can you sort them into pairs? Are there any left over? An excellent worksheet for counting in twos and odd and even numbers.
This maths download will help your child's number skills. The activity is for you and your child to do together. Please let your child take the lead.
A counting and colouring activity for Reception children who are counting up to 10.
Measure the pictures to find out the area and perimeter so that you can work out how much glass and wood would be needed to frame them.
An activity involving determining which number is bigger than the other and whether the correct symbol has been used.
Learning to tell the time is a process which spans the primary-school years, and children can find it overwhelmingly hard. The Telling the Time pack is a complete guide to everything you need to know to support your child and help them get to grips with this vital skill, bursting with practical suggestions, advice from experts and activity sheets for all the key stages.
A fun worksheet involving re-arranging four numbers so that they are in order.
Download and print this complete set of Maths SATs papers from 2006 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
This worksheet gives lots of examples of multiplication number sentences for children to try. They are then encouraged to make the connection between multiplication and division.
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.
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.