all Maths worksheets by Subject
Worksheet demonstrating a simple method to work out how to divide decimals by one-digit numbers. Answers are provided.
Get the crayons and pencils out and ask your child to draw a few simple addition problems. Can they add teddies, trees and cakes? This worksheet is suitable for Reception children who are learning how to add one.
This picture of a house is made up of loads of different shapes. Can your child spot them all and count them? A brilliant puzzle to help boost shape-recognition skills.
Challenge your child with this speedy worksheet. How quickly can they identify all the odd or even numbers, and fill in the missing numbers?
This EYFS/Key Stage 1 worksheet will help your child to practise counting and recognising numbers, and count reliably up to 10 everyday objects. You should help your child to do this worksheet.
Your child will need to count count candles and match them with the correct digit in this worksheet, designed to help them practise counting to 10.
This worksheet encourages your child to think about and draw the journey they take to school with sense of 'aerial perspective'.
A worksheet with pictorial representations of equivalent fractions for your child to work out and colour in.
This worksheet helps children practise using the 24-hour clock and interpreting timetables.
A worksheet consisting of problems involving the 10x table with spaces to draw pictures and work out the answers.
Download and print this complete set of English SATs papers from 2004 to assist your child in preparing for the KS2 tests with some at-home revision and practice.
This worksheet gives lots of examples of very long numbers; children need to work out how to round each one to two decimal places.
A worksheet to help your child understand an easy method for dividing a number with two decimal places by a whole number.
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.