Year 3 Maths worksheets
Free worksheets: Weights and measurements, KS2, Y3
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Download the official 2023 KS2 SATs maths papers for free from TheSchoolRun to help your child practise for the Y6 assessments at home.
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.
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!
Can you spot reflex angles, right-angles, obtuse angles or acute angles? Join these silly bears as they show you how to identify the angles and then test your angle knowledge!
The goal behind this classic strategic game is to try and sink your opponent’s battleships. Each player tries to hide their ships on the grid and avoid being ‘hit’ by the other player’s ‘shots’. A player is given two grids, one to put their own ships on and one to mark their guesses and whether or not their shots succeeded.
A multiplication number square will help your child spot number patterns and begin to learn their multiplication tables and square numbers. Download TheSchoolRun's free, colour-coded multiplication tables to help them practise their multiplication facts and times tables at home.
Using your knowledge of the 3, 4 and 8 times tables, complete the multiplication square with the missing numbers. How fast can you complete the square?
Find out what your child will learn in Year 3 English, maths and science, try out a few learning activities and read our top tips about how to support their learning and development in our free, downloadable Year 3 Taster Pack.
Boost your child's mathematical confidence with the Year 3 Maths Mastery Workbook. It's packed with hands-on practice activities and mastery tips from the experts to help build solid mathematical understanding and develop your child's ability to reason and show evidence of systematic thinking.
Offer your Year 3 mathematician some greater-depth puzzles and activities to help them explore and investigate different aspects of the Y3 maths curriculum (the fun way!).
Get ready for some egg-y, chocolate-y, Easter-y fun! The KS2 Easter activities pack has plenty of themed maths, English and science learning opportunities to keep kids busy and learning over the spring break.
Lattice multiplication is a written method which helps us to multiply large numbers by using a grid. We explain the method then you can have a go at a few for yourself.
Can you use lattice multiplication to answer these questions?
Lattice multiplication is a way of multiplying numbers using a grid. The lattice method breaks the multiplication process into small steps and the digits you need to carry are written on the grid. We explain the method then you can have a go at some lattice multiplication yourself.
With Christmas lists to write, present-delivery schedules to work out, Grotto problems to solve and light and dark experiments to try this bumper pack of festive learning activities will keep your child engaged over the Christmas break.
Are you ready to unleash your maths superpowers? Our number tricks will help you develop X-Ray vision, read minds, memorise hundreds of numbers and more. Add, subtract, multiply, divide and... abracadabra!
Ask your child to cut out the number cards below while you cut out the question card. Your child then needs to lay out all the number cards on a table, face up. Call out each question. Your child needs to find the number card that has the answer on it. If they get it right, they turn the card over. Continue until all the cards have been turned over.
Cut out the Questions and answers card below (try not to let your child see it). Give your child the Place value grid. Call out each question. Your child needs to write the digits in the correct places in the grid and work out the correct number. Ask them to say it out loud once they have done this.
Each blue number is made up of three pink numbers. Can you match up the correct cards?