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What’s New? Telling the Time (1)

Telling the time is one of those benchmarks which many parents use to judge how well their children are doing. In fact, many children find time a difficult concept and with the use of digital watches, mobile phones etc they come across the traditional clock face less and less. This set of maths worksheets is […]

Resource of the Week: Maths Board Game – Misox

Just about everybody knows about noughts and crosses, but Misox is much more thought provoking, yet just as easy to play. Play it just like noughts and crosses, taking it in turns to place counters on the board. But… the player who makes a straight line of three LOSES the game. Don’t be too certain […]

What’s New? Maths Worksheets on Adding 3 Numbers

Once children are really happy with adding two 1-digit numbers then they can move on to adding three small numbers mentally. There are various strategies that they can use to help them. Probably the best strategy of all is to start with the largest number, and this should be the case for the majority of […]

Resource of the Week: Maths Worksheets on Using Number Lines

Number lines are very popular in schools, being used extensively to help with counting, adding and subtraction. This is one of 6 sets of number line worksheets each containing four pages. Your child can help the dragons complete the number lines whilst improving their knowledge and understanding of number. With more missing numbers and numbers […]

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What’s New? Maths Worksheets on Empty and Full.

Whether it is bath water or a jar of sweets, the terms empty and full are very important when talking about capacity. This is an area of maths which is quite interesting with young children. They will decide which container holds the most by its height rather than size and it is well worth spending […]

Resource of the Week: Maths Game on Counting

Some children work better with pencil and paper methods. Others prefer to have an on-screen activity which they can whizz through and get instant feedback. let your child choose which they would like to do as we have plenty of both kinds of activity. This is a fun game to help with counting up to […]

What’s New? Maths Worksheets on Counting Back in Tens

Here we have a tricky set of maths worksheets on counting back in tens, starting from any 2-digit number. An important thing to point out to children is that the units will remain the same as the number gets ten less. This is good practice at understanding place value, so important later on. This is […]

Resource of the Week: Maths Worksheets on Using the Minus Sign

Here we have another great set of maths worksheets on subtraction. There are two key concepts for your child you be familiar with on these worksheets. Firstly, the subtraction sign is used. Secondly, the idea of a function machine, where a number is put in, an operation is carried out and a number is sent […]

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What’s New: Maths Worksheets on 2D Shapes (3)

Children soon become familiar with squares, triangles and circles. As well as looking at these 2D shapes, this set of worksheets also introduces other 4 sided shapes and ovals. You can be very creative with a set of shapes to draw round, making all sorts of pictures. Why not have a go? This is another […]

Resource of the Week: Maths Worksheets on Counting up to 10

Many children quickly learn how to say the numbers from 0 to 10, but this is not quite the same as being able to count a number of objects. Whether it’s counting fish, footballs or planes, we have a great set of maths worksheets which are perfect to supplement all those opportunities there are in […]

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