Free worksheets: Weights and measurements, KS2
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Can you read the scales and solve these potato-weight problems?
To find the perimeter of a shape you must add up the lengths of each of the sides. Can your child calculate the perimeters of these common shapes?
Volume is the amount of 3D space that an object occupies. Volume can be measured in cubes. Calculate the number of cubes in each shape to work out the volume.
Look at these containers. Which do you think has the greatest volume? (Think about their real-life size by considering what is inside.) Put them in order from smallest to largest volume. Estimate the volume in cm3, then calculate the volume to see how accurate you were.
Let's make a spider as a spooky Halloween decoration, or a prop when singing Incy Wincy Spider!
Let's use some super shapes to make and design a pumpkin!
Counting and recognising numbers is an important skill to master. This activity will help you to practise counting to 8. Count the summer items and cut out the numbers below and stick them with
Are you ready to start school? Think about your morning routine and what you will do each morning before school. Try and think of 4 or 5 things you need to do. Cut out the pictures and stick them onto the visual timetable, so you know what you need to do each morning.
Starting school is a very exciting time! Think about what you are excited about and practise some of the skills you have developed this year with this activity sheet.
Recognising and writing numbers is a skill that will help you a lot when you start school. Can you find the numbers in the picture and then trace the numbers in the ice creams at the bottom of the page?
Will you build the tallest ice cream? Play the ice cream game and see who builds the tallest and the smallest ice cream.
This creative colouring activity will help you practise your number recognition skills and strengthen your writing muscles.
Have you ever done a beetle drive? Play a similar game in a race to build your bee and count to 6!
Let's practise our counting and number skills by playing this winter-themed dominoes game.
Can you find all the Valentine’s pairs? A fun game to help your little one recognise and count numbers 1-6.
In spring you will see lots of flowers and plants starting to grow. Can you count out the correct number of leaves for the flowers below? Help your grown-up cut out the lovely leaves on the next page and then stick the correct number of leaves on each flower
Can you spot the patterns on these winter scarves? Colour the scarves to complete the patterns.
The start of a new year is very exciting! Help your little one to think about the year ahead and challenge them to draw a picture of something they are excited about this year.
Do you know how to make pancakes? Cut out the pictures and stick them in the correct order to show each step. And then you get to eat them!
Use coloured pencils to complete these fireworks and reveal the shapes. Can you count how many of each shape you can find and match the shape to the correct number?
This egg-citing Easter game will help you practise your number recognition and counting skills. Will you be the bunny who collects the most eggs?
In this festive activity, your Nursery child will practise recognising and counting the numbers 1-6.
Did you know that butterflies start as caterpillars? Perhaps you have heard stories about caterpillars and butterflies or seen some outside. Practise your pattern making skills on these caterpillars and butterflies.