all Maths worksheets by Subject
Three number lines to help your child understand the order that ones and tens go up in. Also useful for thinking about numbers in between multiples of ten.
This worksheet consists of an empty number line for you to add your own numbers to. The number line then needs to be cut up and muddled up for your child so that they can re-arrange it into its original order.
This worksheet encourages your child to think about subtracting one from ten with the use of pictures.
This worksheet asks your child to solve word problems involving doubling with the help of pictures of coins.
Download and print this complete set of Maths SATs papers from 2004 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
Can you explain multiplication to your child? Our guide offers a quick review of what you need to know, including partitioning numbers, column multiplication and grid methods.
Number lines, the counting on method and 'borrowing' numbers are all covered in our guide to subtraction, a complete overview of what your child will be taught about 'taking away' numbers at school.
Find out how addition is taught in schools and the addition topics your child might ask about. This guide explains what you need to know about hops, partitioning numbers, column addition and long addition.
From sharing and grouping to shorthand division and chunking, this is your step-by-step guide to how your child will be taught to divide numbers in KS2.
This worksheet explains how to convert improper fractions into mixed numbers. Answers given at the bottom of the sheet.
This worksheet helps your child to subtract decimal numbers using the column method, practising setting out the calculations correctly.
This worksheet gives word problems involving ratio for children to work out using the method explained.
This worksheet shows children the relationship between multiplication and division. It encourages them to write out number sentences containing the same numbers in different ways.
This worksheet gives children the opportunity to practise subtracting decimal numbers using the column method.
This worksheet shows children sets of decimal numbers which they need to put into order.
Number sentences involving different amounts of money, which children need to use the column method to subtract.
Use these word problems to help your child practise ratio and proportion. Answers included at the bottom of the sheet.
Use this worksheet for children to work out different coordinates according to their colour on the grid.
This worksheet shows a range of numbers with one decimal place that need to be put into order from largest to smallest.