
By admin, on July 24th, 2009
Tweet Another mental arithmetic maths worksheet on decimals, suitable for Year 5. This page looks at pairs of decimals that make 10. Once again there are several ways of tackling these questions. One way is to add on from the smaller number, firstly, the tenths to make the next whole number, and then the units to make [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Decimals with a total of 10
By admin, on July 22nd, 2009
Tweet Divide the polynomial worksheets. How to divide polynomials. Algebra 1 worksheets. get the Maths Worksheets here . . . → Read More: Polynomial Worksheets
By admin, on July 21st, 2009
Tweet There are many occasions when a 4digit subtraction can be done ‘in your head’. These questions, suitable for Year 5, are examples of this. They all involve numbers which are just over and just under a whole thousand. For example: 3003 – 2994 Probably the easiest way to do this mentally is to count on 7 from [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Counting up, crossing thousands
By admin, on July 21st, 2009
Tweet Timestable worksheets 2 and 3 digits. 2 and 3 digit multiplication worksheets get the Maths Worksheets here . . . → Read More: 2 x 3 Worksheet #1
By admin, on July 16th, 2009
Tweet This worksheet looks at counting on in whole tens from 3digit numbers, probably most suited for Year 4 children. There are a number of different strategies that children use to do this type of question. Some will count on in tens (still using fingers to record the number of tens they have counted). Others will [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Year 4 Count on Whole Tens
By admin, on July 15th, 2009
Tweet When rounding decimals to the nearest whole one the only digits that are crucial are the tenths – it does not matter what the hundredths or thousandths are. When rounding a number such as 3.47 to the nearest whole number the key digit to look at is the tenths digit. If it is 5 or more, [...] . . . → Read More: Year 6 Maths Worksheet: Rounding decimals
By admin, on July 10th, 2009
Tweet Mad minute multiplication worksheets, free multiplication worksheets, Multiplication Facts get the Maths Worksheets here . . . → Read More: Random Worksheet 7
By admin, on July 7th, 2009
Tweet By year 5 children should be getting familiar with numbers with two decimal places. Money is the obvious example, but they should also be using these numbers out of the context of money. The main development is with the use of the second digit after the decimal point; the hundredths. When writing a number such as [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Year 5 Order Decimal fractions
By admin, on July 4th, 2009
Tweet If you’re practicing a bit of algebra over the summer holidays, stay tuned! I too am focusing on adding a few more algebra worksheets to help you improve your algebra marks. This week, you’ll find systems of equations using the elimination method, complete with answers on the 2nd page of the pdf. But, don’t stop [...] . . . → Read More: New Worksheets This Week
By admin, on July 3rd, 2009
Tweet This is the third in our series of maths worksheets on writing decimal fractions and fractions, most suited to Year 6 (10/11 years old). Children need a very good understanding of place value to succeed with this page. In earlier years they will have understood that the value of a digit become ten times bigger [...] . . . → Read More: Maths Worksheet: Decimal Fractions – thousandths

