
By admin, on May 30th, 2009
Tweet Half term is coming to an end and the sun has come out at last! During the next week we will have a great range of new maths worksheets coming out to match the lovely weather. Something for all year groups here, including a measurement page for Year 1, number squares for Year 2, multiplying [...] . . . → Read More: Coming Soon: Maths Worksheets on Fractions, Divisibility and Multiplication
By admin, on May 30th, 2009
Tweet Perimeter worksheets, finding the perimeter of shapes and polygons. get the Maths Worksheets here . . . → Read More: Perimeter Worksheets
By admin, on May 20th, 2009
Tweet Perhaps the hardest thing that children are asked to do in primary school is long division – and many children never master it, not even later in life. The main reason it is so difficult is that involves a number of stages, a good knowledge of tables and multiplication as well as subtraction. Looking at [...] . . . → Read More: Maths worksheet: Long division
By admin, on May 19th, 2009
Tweet Here is a basic set of subtraction questions using 3digit numbers. They should be tackled in the standard method as described in earlier 2digit subtraction worksheets. Notice that there are no zeros in the tens column as this can lead to particular problems and needs a set of questions all of its own. The last three [...] . . . → Read More: Maths worksheet: Standard subtraction of 3digits
By admin, on May 16th, 2009
Tweet There are some things which children can learn which can really help them later at High School. Tests of divisibility are a great set ofÂ ‘tricks’ to know and will certainly help any child with their maths in the future. This page looks at divisibility by 4 and 5. Being divisible by 5 means that [...] . . . → Read More: Year 4 number worksheet: recognising tests of divisibility for 4 and 5
By admin, on May 14th, 2009
Tweet The third in our mini series of fraction maths worksheets. This looks again at halves and finding half of a set of objects, keeping to small, even numbers. The best way to reinforce this work is to carry out practical activities, dividing groups of objects into two equal groups – make sure you keep to [...] . . . → Read More: Year 2 maths worksheet: finding halves (pg 2)
By admin, on May 12th, 2009
Tweet Students in the 3rd and 4th grades should understand perimeter. Initially, they’ll start with basic 3 and 4 sided polygons and then move forward to multisides polygons. Here are some… get the Maths Worksheets here . . . → Read More: New Worksheets: Find the Perimeter
By admin, on May 7th, 2009
Tweet This is the second division worksheet which looks at the intermediate stage between mental methods of division and a standard method. I am not a great fan of this method but it is used in many schools. The first thing to do, as always is to make an estimate of the answer so that any silly [...] . . . → Read More: Maths worksheet: Moving towards a standard method of division
By admin, on May 1st, 2009
Tweet This worksheet has a 10×10 multiplication square which is a brilliant aid to helping with tables, but it is also excellent for showing the pattern of square numbers from 1 to 10. A square number is made by multiplying a whole number by itself. eg 4 x 4 = 16. 16 is a square number. It is quite [...] . . . → Read More: Year 5 maths worksheet: square numbers 1

