worksheets

Positive and negative number lines up to 10

Number lines are extremely useful tools for counting in primary school. In KS2, children will learn about negative numbers and having a visual aid, such as a positive and negative number line, can help them understand the concept and have fun with maths. Use these number lines to practise counting positive and negative numbers.

Colour the turtle using multiplication

How well do you know your times tables? Practise with this fun colour-by-multiplication printable worksheet for Year 4. Answer the questions and use the colour code to create a beautiful picture for the fridge!

Colour the teddy using multiplication

How well do you know your times tables? This colour-by-multiplication printable activity for Year 4 is a great way to become a times tables expert. Solve the equations and then use the colour code to create a beautiful teddy picture.

Colour the pirate using multiplication

Do you know your times tables like the back of your hand? Use this colour-by-multiplication printable worksheet for Year 4 to practise your skills and build your confidence.

Colour the heart using multiplication

How well do you know your times tables? Have a go at this fun colour-by-multiplication printable worksheet for Year 4. You can practise multiplication and have something beautiful to stick on the fridge afterwards!

Colour the dinosaur using multiplication

Are you confident with your 2, 5, 10, 3, 4 and 8 times tables? Practise with this fun colour-by-multiplication printable worksheet for Year 3. Every answer you get means you can add another colour to your dinosaur!

Colour the flower using multiplication

How well do you know your 2, 5 and 10 times tables? Practise your multiplications with this Year 2 colour-by-multiplication printable worksheet. Every time you solve the equation, your flower becomes more colourful!

Spelling list for Year 6

Here is a list of words that cover the spelling rules children are expected to learn by the end of Year 6. How many can you spell?

Spelling list for Year 5

Here is a list of words that cover the spelling rules children are expected to learn by the end of Year 5. How many can you spell?

Spelling list for Year 4

Here is a list of words that cover the spelling rules children are expected to learn by the end of Year 4. How many can you spell?

Year 3 spellings

Help your child excel in spelling with this handy collection of Year 3 spelling words created by an experienced teacher.

Spelling list for Year 2

Here is a list of words that cover the spelling rules children are expected to learn by the end of Year 2. How many can you spell?

Spelling list for Year 1

Here is a list of words that cover the spelling rules children are expected to learn by the end of Year 1. How many can you spell?

Spelling list for Reception

Here is a list of words that cover the spelling rules children are expected to learn by the end of Reception. How many can you spell?

Types of angles

Can your child spot reflex angles, right-angles, obtuse angles or acute angles? This KS2 angles worksheet, along with the help of some silly bears, will help your child recognise different types of angles.

Factors and multiples practice

Learn to identify multiples and factors by practising with this fun worksheet for KS2 primary school children.

King Charles III Coronation Activity Pack

Celebrate King Charles III Coronation with this free, family-friendly activity pack created in 2023. This was a big day in British history and the first coronation since 1953!

Keep the kids occupied with puzzles, quizzes and colouring. In this pack you can design your own crown, write a letter to King Charles III, decipher royal facts from royal fiction, decorate your home with bunting and play a game of Hide and Seek the Crown.

Make a spider and count to eight

Let's make a spider as a spooky Halloween decoration, or a prop when singing Incy Wincy Spider!