Maths Mastery in Years 1, 2 and 3
If you are following a maths mastery programme we now have a superb range of material which we are sure you will find useful to supplement work done in school or to help at home.
Year 1: Block 1: Number and Place Value
We have printable worksheets and on-screen activities for a 4 week block on number including counting and sorting small numbers, finding one more or one less, comparing and ordering numbers and using ordinal numbers. For unlimited practice we recommend the on-screen activities.
Year 1: Block 2: Addition and Subtraction
As well as our printable resources, our on-screen activities can really help children master Year 1 addition and subtraction. Adding two small numbers, making ten and adding three small numbers are all available using colourful lively displays requiring children to input answers on the screen. Printable marked answer sheets are available at the end of each set together with on-screen rewards for all correct answers. There are pictorial representations, bar models and number lines to give support where needed.
We have similar activities for subtraction with numbers up to 10, not forgetting our great worksheets for both teachers and parents.
Year 2: Block 1: Number and Place Value
We now have a superb range of material which we are sure you will find useful if you are looking for maths mastery ideas to supplement work done in school, or to help at home. The first block of three weeks covers number and place value.
Our on-screen activities are suitable for iPad or PC and include counting to 100, using number lines and grids, part-whole models and base ten blocks. Reading place value grids and using the < and > signs are also included. Great for consolidation and same day intervention
Printable worksheets also help with this important stage and whilst we have kept the number to about one set a day there are many more in our main Year 2 Number category.
Year 2: Block 2: Addition and Subtraction
Ideal for a 5 week block, these on-screen activities really help children recall and use addition facts to 20. We begin with adding up to 20 with the help of bar models, number lines and part-whole models before moving on to mentally adding three numbers, working with money and adding whole tens. Don’t forget marked printouts are available at the end of every set showing all answers recorded.
On-screen activities for Year 2 subtraction are also available. If you are looking for unlimited subtraction practice for children in Year 2 then you are at the right place. These bright and lively on-screen activities really help children recall and use subtraction facts to 20 and beyond. Familiar classroom aids such as bar models, number lines and base 10 blocks will give children the confidence to succeed. Printable marked answer sheets are always available.
As well as these fantastic on-screen activities we also have a comprehensive selection of printable worksheets covering:
• adding tens and ones
• addition patterns
• comparing number sentences
• adding 9 to 2-digit numbers
• adding to make the next whole ten
• subtracting numbers up to 20
• subtracting multiples of 10
• subtracting a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number
• plus lots more!
Year 3: Block 1: Number and Place Value
Three weeks on number and place value starts off the Year 3 maths mastery programme for many schools. We have a great selection of on-screen activities for the iPad or PC covering counting to 100, and finding 100 more or less than numbers. Place value grids, number lines and base 10 blocks all help with understanding.
Don’t forget our carefully chosen worksheets, organised into sets of 3 or 4 pages to provide plenty of practice and reinforcement for reading and writing 3-digit numbers, counting and comparing and ordering numbers.
Year 3: Block 2: Addition and Subtraction
Adding 3-digit numbers is a crucial part of Year 3 maths and our on-screen activities provide endless opportunities to consolidate classroom work. Bar models and base 10 blocks can help give children confidence when working mentally. There are rewards for correct answers and detailed, marked answer sheets which can be printed or saved to pdfs as an assessment tool.
As well as adding and subtracting mentally one of the biggest targets in Year 3 is to be able to use formal written methods to add and subtract 3-digit numbers. Plenty of practice is needed here and we have a great selection of worksheets covering this.