all Maths worksheets by Subject
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.
A good revision worksheet to remind your child about equivalent fractions and how to calculate them. The pictorial representation is particularly helpful when explaining the concept to your child.
When solving problems using a number line your child will learn to partition the number and count back. This worksheet explains the technique and offers some subtraction problems for your child to practise on.
The column method makes subtracting large numbers easy. Revise borrowing and place value and practise the calculation with this worksheet. How fast can your child complete the sums correctly?
Subtracting decimal numbers means using place value skills and borrowing - and remembering to put the decimal point in the right place! This revision worksheet will help your child practise subtracting large numbers correctly.
Fractions help us divide or share out numbers or objects. Can your child solve these simple fractions number problems by using their knowledge of numerators and denominators?
Partitioning is splitting numbers into their different parts – for example, 123 is partitioned as 100 + 20 + 3. Children use partitioning in all their calculations in primary school; using their place value skills, this worksheet will help them practise partitioning numbers up to five digits long.
Place value is one of the building blocks of primary maths education. Help your child practise identifying the value of each digit in a number with this worksheet and boost their confidence with units, tens, hundreds, thousands and more.
When your child is adding up money their column addition skills are vital. Get some practice in with this simple puzzle.
Help your child solve subtraction problems (up to 20) with the help of number lines and counting back in 'hops', the techniques they'll be learning at school.
Download and print this complete set of maths SATs papers from 2011 and the associated mark scheme to assist your child in preparing for the Y6 tests.
Download and print this complete set of KS2 Maths SATs papers from 2008 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
Download and print this complete set of Maths KS2 SATs papers from 2007 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
Download and print this complete set of Maths SATs papers from 2005 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
Our SATs practice papers are designed to help your child practise the kind of questions they will need to answer in the Year 6 tests.
Use our KS1 Maths SATs practice papers (based on the pre-2016 SATs format), designed to replicate the kind of questions your child will answer in the Year 2 test, to offer them extra practice in completing a paper.