Printable Protractor

Tweet Use This Printable Protractor when teaching both Measurement and Basic Geometry get the math worksheets here . . . → Read More: Printable Protractor

Printable Heart Shapes

Tweet Use these Printable Heart Shapes for fun projects with your kid get the math worksheets here . . . → Read More: Printable Heart Shapes

Printable Geoboard Paper

Tweet Use Geoboard Paper to reinforce the basics of 2D geometry get the math worksheets here . . . → Read More: Printable Geoboard Paper

Printable Clock Face in cluding Clock Hands

Tweet A Printable Clock Face with Hands, including minutes if required, but are removeable get the math worksheets here . . . → Read More: Printable Clock Face in cluding Clock Hands

Printable Money for lots of Fun Activities

Tweet Use Printable Money for a host of Fun Activities with your Elementary Math Studen get the math worksheets here . . . → Read More: Printable Money for lots of Fun Activities

Place Value Chart to the Billions

Tweet Find the perfect Place Value Chart for your needs here, from hundreds to billions get the math worksheets here . . . → Read More: Place Value Chart to the Billions

Addition Flash Cards – Free and Printable

Tweet Addition Flash Cards to make learning Basic Math Facts Fun. get the math worksheets here . . . → Read More: Addition Flash Cards – Free and Printable

Place value in the millions

Tweet Children are expected to work with even larger numbers in Year 5, including millions. Many will have difficulties in reading and writing such large numbers and will need a lot of help to appreciate the place value of each digit. The easiest way to read  large numbers is to think of them as blocks of [...] . . . → Read More: Place value in the millions

Subtraction in columns

Tweet It is suggested in the new Maths Programme of Study that children in Year 2 should get used to recording addition nand subtraction in columns, both to support place value and to prepare for formal written methods with larger numbers in later years. Here we have a subtraction worksheet laid out in columns. There is [...] . . . → Read More: Subtraction in columns

Learning the ten times table in Year 2

Tweet Children are introduced to multiplication tables in Year 2 (6/7 yrs old) and should be fluent with the two times, five times and ten times tables by the end of the year. The ten times table is obviously the easiest to learn off by heart, but it can also be used to illustrate place value. [...] . . . → Read More: Learning the ten times table in Year 2