
By admin, on June 30th, 2009
Tweet It is important that children recognise that the value of a digit depends on its place in the number – otherwise we could only possibly have 9 numbers and zero! So the digit 1 in 120 has a different value than the 1 in 210. It is, of course ten times bigger as it is [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Year 4 Order Decimal Fractions
By admin, on June 26th, 2009
Tweet Reading decimal fractions can get quite tricky when moving into hundredths and this maths worksheet is a good test of understanding, probably most suited for year 5 children (/10 yrs old). 0.24 can be read as 24 hundredths or 2 tenths and 4 hundredths. As a fraction it would be written as 24/100. With a number such [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Decimal Fractions, hundredths
By admin, on June 25th, 2009
Tweet Rounding decimals follow the same rules as rounding whole numbers. This first maths worksheet looks at rounding tenths to the nearest whole number. If the tenths are 5 or more round up to the next whole number. If they are less than 5, round down; in other words keep the units the same. Some children get [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Rounding Decimals p1
By admin, on June 20th, 2009
Tweet Fractions and decimals are two of the sticking points in maths, but here we have a maths worksheet which neatly combines the two, showing the equivalence between fractions and decimal fractions. Many children do not realise the link between a digit written after the decimal point and a fraction i.e. 0.2 is the same as [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Decimal Fractions, tenths
By admin, on June 19th, 2009
Tweet The acronym BODMAS Brackets Of Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction. It is a convention to ensure everyone carries out a question such as that below in the same order. Numbers in brackets are worked out first, followed by multiplication and division with addition and subtraction last. 3 + 5 x 2 = One way to do the question is: 3 + 5 = 8. 8 [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Order of Calculating (Bodmas) 2
By admin, on June 17th, 2009
Tweet This page continues with our series on tests of divisibility. To find out whether a number is exactly divisible by 3: Add up the digits of the number. If the total is divisible by 3 then so is the number. Eg: 345 3 + 4+ 5 = 12. 12 is divisible by 3 so 345 is also divisible by 3. To find [...] . . . → Read More: Year 5 number worksheet: Tests of divisibility for multiples of 3 and 6
By admin, on June 16th, 2009
Tweet Polygon worksheets, finding vertices and sides and polygons. get the Maths Worksheets here . . . → Read More: Polygon Worksheets
By admin, on June 12th, 2009
Tweet 2 + 4 x 3 = The acronym BODMAS probably conjures up memories of school maths for many people and it is still as important today. It stands for: Brackets Of Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction. It is a convention to ensure everyone carries out a question such as that above in the same order. Numbers in brackets are worked out first, followed by [...] . . . → Read More: Maths worksheet: Order of Calculating (Bodmas) 1
By admin, on June 11th, 2009
Tweet Money is a great way to encourage children with their addition and subtraction and of course, it is the spending of it when we most use our mental arithmetic skills! This worksheet is for Year 1 children who are confident with counting and adding small numbers. It uses three coins, the 1p, 5p and 10p. Encourage [...] . . . → Read More: Year 1 maths worksheet: Money problems (1)
By admin, on June 5th, 2009
Tweet This page adds to our selection of measurement worksheets for year 1. It looks at two terms, longer and shorter, and should be used in conjunction with plenty of discussion in the home. Ask questions such as ‘Which is the taller candle?’ and make requests, eg ‘Pass me the shorter pencil, please’ during the everyday [...] . . . → Read More: Year 1 maths worksheet: Longer and shorter

