
By admin, on March 31st, 2009
Tweet Finding the number which lies half way between two other numbers can be easy or quite tricky, even when using fairly small numbers. When using whole tens or hundreds the questions tend to be quite straightforward, as does finding halfway between two consecutive whole numbers. Most of the questions on this number worksheet are of [...] . . . → Read More: Year 4 Maths number worksheet: Half way between
By admin, on March 27th, 2009
Tweet Writing down one or ten more/less than a number might seem quite easy but when it means crossing a hundreds or thousands boundary it is not quite as simple as it appears. For example: ten less than 5804. This maths worksheet on more than and less than should show whether place value has been fully understood [...] . . . → Read More: Y4 maths worksheet: more or less
By admin, on March 25th, 2009
Tweet Sometimes sums can prove to be more difficult than they first appear. For many children this is the case with the kind of questions on this worksheet which require finding the missing number. Why is this difficult? Because it involves carrying out two processes, when children are used to only having to do one thing [...] . . . → Read More: Y2 addition worksheet: find the missing number
By admin, on March 20th, 2009
Tweet By year 6 children will need a clear understanding of equivalent fractions. They should understand that 1/2 is equivalent to 2/4, 6/8 etc. This will help them enormously when they come to adding and subtracting fractions; in fact they won’t be able to do them without this understanding. A fraction such as 5/20 can be reduced [...] . . . → Read More: Maths worksheet: Recognising patterns in equivalent fractions
By admin, on March 19th, 2009
Tweet By year 2 children should be beginning to understand the vocabulary of estimating, which includes other terms such as roughly, guess how many, about the same as, nearly, close to etc. This worksheet looksÂ at estimating a whole number on a number line from 0 to 10. Probably the best technique to use is to try [...] . . . → Read More: Maths worksheet: estimating on a number line
By admin, on March 12th, 2009
Tweet Understanding equivalence in fractions is the key to successfully understanding fractions. This maths worksheet looks at simple equivalence between halves, fifths, tenths etc. The first question asks which fractions are more than a half. The quick way to work this out is to see if the top number (numerator) is more than double the bottom number [...] . . . → Read More: Year 5 maths worksheet: equivalent fractions
By admin, on March 11th, 2009
Tweet Here is a maths worksheet suitable for year 1 children, taken from the great range of maths at urbrainy.com. When children first learn to count in tens they usually start with whole tens eg 10, 20, 30, 40 etc. This page takes the concept one step further in that the starting number is not a multiple of [...] . . . → Read More: Year 1 maths worksheet: counting on in tens
By admin, on March 6th, 2009
Tweet There are a number of different ways in which subtraction problems can be phrased including terms such as ‘Take from’ and ‘How many more’. This maths worksheet looks at some of them, whilst concentrating on subtracting from 20 using mental methods. The usual method of mentally subtracting is to ‘add on’. For example 20 – 7. Add [...] . . . → Read More: Maths worksheet: subtract from 20 mentally
By admin, on March 3rd, 2009
Tweet Knowing what each digit in a number represents can be a real challenge for children. Many do not understand that the digit 4 in 3400 has a different value to the digit 4 in 340. That is why understanding place value is so important once children begin to use larger numbers. Here is a worksheet which [...] . . . → Read More: Y4 free maths worksheet: place value
By admin, on March 2nd, 2009
Tweet A Multiplication Array ads interest to Multiplication while reinforcing its concept! get the Maths Worksheets here . . . → Read More: Free Multiplication Array Worksheets – fully printable!

