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Year 4 Measuring length

Year 4 Measuring length Three brand new sets of worksheets have just been added to the Year 4 Measurement category including word problems requiring addition of lengths and heights, comparing lengths and using bar modelling with length calculations. Go to Year 4 Measurement

Year 5 Two way tables

Year 5 Two way tables Two way tables deal with two variables. The categories are labelled at the top and down the left hand side. Often the totals will appear on the right hand side and at the bottom. This is more complex than a bar graph and they are often used in Secondary education […]

Year 6 SAT Booster pages

Year 6 SAT Booster pages Since the SATs were changed a couple of years ago we have been steadily increasing our booster support materials based on the types of questions found in each year’s papers. Our most recent publication is on a very popular subject: reading tables which include negative numbers. Key to this is […]

Maths on-screen activities for Years 1, 2 and 3

Fabulous new Maths on-screen activities for Years 1, 2 and 3 Great news: we have added further collections of on-screen activities for children in Years 1, 2 and 3 which are also designed to help with those using the Maths Mastery approach. We have just published four new activities in our Year 1 Number category, […]

Year 4: Place Value Grids

Year 4: Place Value Grids When it comes to working with larger numbers then understanding place value is a key component. Place value grids are a good, visual way to show how the value of a digit depends on its position in the number. Our latest set of worksheets for Year 4 looks at reading […]

The Gunpowder Plot: Maths and English worksheets

The Gunpowder Plot: Maths and English worksheets The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 is one of our most celebrated events, as each year we commemorate the capture of Guy Fawkes with spectacular firework displays and roaring bonfires.At this time of year why not visit our Special Occasions category and dip into the great Fireworks maths worksheets […]

Maths Mastery

Year 1 Maths Mastery programme: Geometry Just a one week block for Geometry/Shape although this is returned to later in the year. Children will be introduced to a variety of 3D-shapes including the cube, cuboid, cylinder, pyramid, cone and sphere. They will begin to recognise that a shape can have the same name but be […]

Halloween Maths and English worksheets

Halloween Maths and English worksheets Although summer barely seems to have come and gone the clocks go back today and we are only a couple of days away from Halloween. The date is celebrated more in America than here, but every year it does seem to be more popular with pumpkins, apple bobbing, dressing up […]

KS2 Maths SATs Booster: Reasoning: Number and Counting

KS2 Maths SATs Booster: Reasoning: Number and Counting The SAT writers love large numbers and the numbers seem to be getting bigger every year. A recent favourite has been to ask questions around the million mark. A typical example might be: ‘Write the number that is ten thousand more than one million.’ Perhaps not as […]

Caesar and Boudicca worksheets

Caesar and Boudicca worksheets I have always been fascinated by the lives of famous people from long ago, none more so than the great Roman leader, Julius Caesar and the brave warrior Boudicca. Julius Caesar led a dangerous life but he can also be thanked for introducing the calendar we use today. Ultimately he made […]